"GPs demand €60,000 per year for 'free' care of elderly."

HouseMD

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yes
how does NHS compare to Irish health system?
I would rather work in Ireland than in England as a G.P.
2 week wait to see your G.P. is standard in many areas in England.
6 minute consults are common.
 


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GPs in ireland spend ************************ all on their facilities , in many countries , xrays are performed in GP clinics , a bunch of magazines every few years and a stethescope is the height of it here
Give me an example of a country where X-rays are performed in G.P. clinics.
 

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Are you Jim Jones back as a doctor? By your logic we should all kill ourselves. You first.

Don't hospitals/doctors already have a policy of 'letting' patients die through starvation, extra morphine or whatever?
I am sure there is a contrail thread on here you could get stuck into...or you could make one yourself.
 

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Many are swats and drift into tit because they get high points. They work very hard and develop a culture and outlook of expectation and entitlement.
This post seems to hint that your mind is more on swatting twats and drifting into tits. :D
Sorry, Father.
Had to be said.
 

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People get a fairer crack of the whip in Oz and the UK than here, it is easier to study for and get into higher level jobs by far!
It has feck all to do with genetics or how much money your aul lad has!
Do you know how much Australian university students have to pay in tuition fees? It doesn't sound like you do.
 

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The Irish medical profession are a bunch of politically irresponsible gombeens. Having observed with horror Breakfast Roll man during the 2000s making €1000-€1700 per week, the Edwardian-minded gintlemen of the medical profession decided that the world had to be put in its right proportions again and embarked on a massive ramp-up in prices with the elimination of house visits as an unprofitable distraction from the important business of being able to afford that yacht if they so wish.

Having arrived at a position of gaining €160,000 - €240,000, the Irish medicos relaxed as the world assumed its right proportions again and they could look down on Breakfast Roll man on his piffling €50,000 - €80,000.

The Irish medical 'profession' should not be negotiated with they should disciplined. There hasn't been a single syllable out of the mouths of these people on this forum for years that hasn't been anything other than self-seeking, right-wing and politically irresponsible.
 

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The Irish medical profession are a bunch of politically irresponsible gombeens. Having observed with horror Breakfast Roll man during the 2000s making €1000-€1700 per week, the Edwardian-minded gintlemen of the medical profession decided that the world had to be put in its right proportions again and embarked on a massive ramp-up in prices with the elimination of house visits as an unprofitable distraction from the important business of being able to afford that yacht if they so wish.

Having arrived at a position of gaining €160,000 - €240,000, the Irish medicos relaxed as the world assumed its right proportions again and they could look down on Breakfast Roll man on his piffling €50,000 - €80,000.

The Irish medical 'profession' should not be negotiated with they should disciplined. There hasn't been a single syllable out of the mouths of these people on this forum for years that hasn't been anything other than self-seeking, right-wing and politically irresponsible.
Being a bit too harsh? Is there any occupational group representation that doesn't come across as ' self-seeking, right-wing and politically irresponsible'?
 

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The Irish medical profession are a bunch of politically irresponsible gombeens. Having observed with horror Breakfast Roll man during the 2000s making €1000-€1700 per week, the Edwardian-minded gintlemen of the medical profession decided that the world had to be put in its right proportions again and embarked on a massive ramp-up in prices with the elimination of house visits as an unprofitable distraction from the important business of being able to afford that yacht if they so wish.

Having arrived at a position of gaining €160,000 - €240,000, the Irish medicos relaxed as the world assumed its right proportions again and they could look down on Breakfast Roll man on his piffling €50,000 - €80,000.

The Irish medical 'profession' should not be negotiated with they should disciplined. There hasn't been a single syllable out of the mouths of these people on this forum for years that hasn't been anything other than self-seeking, right-wing and politically irresponsible.
Diciplined?
Good luck with that , begrudger who feels that they should earn the same as a skilled worker.
 

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The Irish medical profession are a bunch of politically irresponsible gombeens. Having observed with horror Breakfast Roll man during the 2000s making €1000-€1700 per week, the Edwardian-minded gintlemen of the medical profession decided that the world had to be put in its right proportions again and embarked on a massive ramp-up in prices with the elimination of house visits as an unprofitable distraction from the important business of being able to afford that yacht if they so wish.

Having arrived at a position of gaining €160,000 - €240,000, the Irish medicos relaxed as the world assumed its right proportions again and they could look down on Breakfast Roll man on his piffling €50,000 - €80,000.

The Irish medical 'profession' should not be negotiated with they should disciplined. There hasn't been a single syllable out of the mouths of these people on this forum for years that hasn't been anything other than self-seeking, right-wing and politically irresponsible.
A phosphate enema could work wonders for you.
 

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Being a bit too harsh? Is there any occupational group representation that doesn't come across as ' self-seeking, right-wing and politically irresponsible'?
sounds like SF to me!
 

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Being a bit too harsh? Is there any occupational group representation that doesn't come across as ' self-seeking, right-wing and politically irresponsible'?
If you don't sound like that, you're not doing it right.
 

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As I was saying, some of those GPs in Ireland with the Diploma in Dermatology are darn good, better than some dermatologists IMO. We could use a few of them in Canada
 


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