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Moving to the Maltese Islands

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by etextra@live.co.uk, Dec 4, 2009.

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  1. etextra@live.co.uk

    etextra@live.co.uk Welcome New Poster


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    Hi etextra here, I will be relocating to Malta(Gozo) in the Spring of 2010.
    I plan to continue working as a Foot Health Practitioner and would welcome any advice or contacts on the Maltese Islands. I presently run a very busy town centre practice but hope to switch to domicillary work on Gozo. Is there any agency I need to contact informing them of my intention to practice. My Medical Malpractice insurance based in the UK includes Malta. For many years I worked as a Diabetes Nurse specialist and maintain a keen interest in the care of people with Diabetes.
    Look forward to any replies

    etextra
     
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