(please don't pollute the forum with your google search ->copy->paste link skills, thank you.)
Posting links to news articles and replying to someone's request for info is illegal on this forum nowadays? What on Earth?
The last time I went I spent five hours in a clinic which was staffed by doctors who were all over sixty years of age, some apparently much older.
Well, as you can imagine, it makes no impression on someone who was born in Poland - the last time I went to see an endocrinologist (I think it was 2 years ago) I was waiting for my visit for around 5 months :)
The Polish health service is a complete mess, and very patchy in the delivery of care. There are undoubtedly centres of excellence, but there are also places where you wonder whether the communists are still running the show.
It is a mess and people are fed up with this, understandably. Poles say that one has to have a "horse's health" in order to be sick in this country lol :/
Nevertheless, as far as internships are concerned, there is still an high number of doctors coming out of medical school (and a lot of doctors relative to the population as a whole) whatever Paulina and Ktos may think.
So yes, there are too many, and lots coming out of medical school which puts pressure on the limited number of internships.
No, there are too few people graduating as doctors from medical schools and there's a shortage of doctors in Poland. This is not what I "think", it's not my personal "opinion" - those are facts I got to know from TV, news articles. Just make the effort and read the articles I provided. You can google for more articles, Polish internet is full of it - here you have one of them:
The title: "In the tail of Europe. Why do we educate so few doctors?"
According to the chairman of NRL, Maciej Hamankiewicz, at least 5 000 students should be admitted every year for day studies to satisfy the demand. But only over 3000 are being admitted and then a bunch of them leave for the West anyway.
To put things into perspective - in 1987 around 6300 people were studying medicine in Poland.
There's a shortage of specialists above all. It's not easy to make a specialization in Poland, apparently, there's a problem with residencies, etc. but not because of oversupply of doctors - I'm not going to write all about this here, there are plenty of articles on the Polish internet and even comments by young doctors or graduates under the articles about the reasons.
Btw, there's also a shortage of nurses.
There are also quality issues - there are plenty of Polish doctors of questionable quality and plenty of patients having horrific experiences.
I suspect you will naturally get quality issues if there aren't enough doctors (it means not enough competition, I can imagine) and hospitals etc. have to be satisfied with what they got or what's left in Poland.
Ahmed Hasan, in case you aren't a troll - it doesn't look like anyone here can help you, so try to google info, ask around at your uni, read the links in English I provided, e-mail some university in Poland with your questions, there are also internet forums where people interested in studying medicine in Poland are exchanging information.