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Question: what made u choose the NHS?
Asked by GillR187 to Neel - Psychiatrist on 9 Feb 2019.
answered on 9 Feb 2019:
When you qualify from medical school you automatically go into the NHS. It is an amazing organisation and the envy of the world. There are private (non NHS) hospitals too and they both have their pros and cons.
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