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Fearne says opening of Bart's won't cause lecturer brain-drain The Malta Medical Students’ Association has been reassured by Parliamentary Secretary for Health, Chris Fearne that the opening of the new Bart's Medical School in Gozo will not affect the quality of their tuition. The reassurances come after MMSA representatives raised a number of concerns with regards to the new Bart's Medical School in Gozo, which the government announced earlier this week. Bart's will build a new medical school in Gozo on the same site as a new Gozo hospital, which will allocate 125 beds to medical tourists. The association had put their concerns that the new medical school may affect teaching quality to the Parliamentary Secretary and requested clarification of what would happen if the targets being published for the building of the Bart's medical school were not reached. Fearne reassured the medical students that the new medical school will make only “the absolute minimal” use of the facilities in Mater Dei Hospital and this use will be restricted to certain sub-specialities and will be scheduled in such a way so as not to impair teaching quality. He explained that the teaching staff for the new medical school will include foreign teachers from Queen Mary University and is expected to open in September 2016, during which time the pre-clinical section of the course will commence. In the first two years, students will only be making use of lecturing facilities and will not make use of Mater Dei Hospital if the construction targets are not adhered to. This allows more time for the building of the new hospital and its promotion as a destination for medical tourism until September 2018 when the students begin their clinical rotations. In light of this, the MMSA has welcomed the news of the building of this new medical school as “an attractive investment which will improve the quality of medical education in Malta”. In the long run, it is also hoped to increase the number of Foundation Programme posts made available for graduating doctors to work in Malta.