Medical centres in Malta are in line for a multi-million Euro boost the country’s government has revealed.
Funded by passport sales, €10m will be invested in upgrading the country’s eight health centres and 54 community clinics, in order to enhance the workplace for staff and experience for patients - with the impact likely to stretch throughout the country.
Speaking about the programme, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat outlined the Government’s commitment to improving the health of the nation - highlighting the strong link between quality of life, and quality of health.
Further to this he also revealed that the Maltese Government are developing plans for two new regional healthcare hubs, at a cost of more than €75m. Politicians and industry leaders in the country are optimistic that these could reduce demand on Malta’s premier Mater Dei Hospital.
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