Well, the way we all see it, something fishy is indeed going on. But sadly, we’re not getting a single wind of it whatsoever; the feeling isn’t wrong, it isn’t bad it isn’t unworthy of attention. But yes, the public has the right to know. When talking about a potential revolution in the healthcare sector of Malta, it doesn’t surprise many people that the previous government couldn’t do much, won’t bear the pressure but simply submit to the woes of negativity of corruption and anarchy. The new government however, speaks for the otherwise.
Since taking office, Prime Minister Muscat along with his formidable team comprising of Minister for Health Fearne and the duly optimistic Vital Global Healthcare have drawn the attention of the people by storm. Gozo General, Karen Grech and St. Luke’s, Malta’s best medical facilities, have unified under the umbrella of the authority and a new era of medicinal and economic upheaval looks certain to cross the threshold of every Maltese home. When we talk about health, new facilities are being constructed; in economy, the government is investing in various outlets of corporate aspirations and ventures that could attract numerous workers and set the bar high for employment. In terms of infrastructure and development, new schools and institutions are being build, agriculture is evolving beyond ODZ complications and the more is being given to the Maltese population with regards to financial assistance, subsidized healthcare, education for all and poverty is a farce.
In the past few weeks, the Vital Global Healthcare and government have successfully familiarized the MMSA and other Medical Associations for students such that the health facilities and institutions at Gozo alongside Barts Medical School have all unified to bring about efficient results in due regard. Medical students are being carefully nurtured, practitioners are allowed to operate at multiple facilities and foreign workforce is being attracted to help establish Malta a formidable country on the international stage.
Pension has been increased for the next two years simultaneously and rents are being lowered to accommodate the financial limits of each and every employee working within the country. If we talk about success and long lost opportunities, it is certain that the new authority of Malta has clearly drawn the line in between. Vital Global Healthcare and the Government: a potential partnership in the works!