Significant increase in number of Rheumatology Consultants in NHS Scotland under SNP

Thanks to a parliamentary question by Brian Whittle MSP (SCAUP), yesterday, Jeanne Freeman has been able to inform us that there has been a 45.8% increase in the number of Rheumatology consultants working across NHS Scotland. This takes the WTE up from 39.7 in 2006 to 57.9 in 2019.

Published by johnrobertson834

Retired Professor of Media Politics Not-for-profit independent political analysis

One thought on “Significant increase in number of Rheumatology Consultants in NHS Scotland under SNP

  1. Brian Whittle—quick on his feet, slow in his thinking.

    If Brian and Murdo and Miles were able to link brains, they would have a collective IQ close to their parties popularity in Scotland. Or less!


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