This year, the NHS announced that it was going to be investing £2.4 billion a year into general practice from now until 2021. With this, the UK will be recruiting at least 2,000 qualified overseas doctors into GP practices. But the availability of GP jobs and money aren’t the only reasons why there’s never been a better time to work in the UK as a family doctor.This year, the NHS announced that it was going to be investing £2.4 billion a year into general practice from now until 2021. With this, the UK will be recruiting at least 2,000 qualified overseas doctors into GP practices. But the availability of GP jobs and money aren’t the only reasons why there’s never been a better time to work in the UK as a family doctor.
For thousands of overseas doctors looking to move to the UK to work for the NHS, deciding which language test to complete can often be confusing. Especially with little prior knowledge. For any doctor from a non-British speaking country wanting to work in the UK, it is required by the General Medical Council (GMC) that you pass an English language exam. Prior to February 2018, there was only one option: the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) — a non-medical English language test...
If you’ve ever considered the idea of living and working in Australia or New Zealand, the response from anyone who has already made the move is likely to be ‘well, what are you waiting for?’. Beautiful scenery, amazing weather, great employment opportunities, relaxed way of life. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Surely these countries tick all the boxes?!...
After working in NHS hospitals and universities for 30 years, one of our neonatologists has recently relocated to the Middle East to work with the world’s top medical professionals and be part of one of the newest medical facilities in the region.
Recent innovations like telemedicine have increased the opportunities available for doctors to gain experience and practice medicine in other countries, without leaving their current posts. Telemedicine is now being offered to patients in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Find out about how the process works.
We are once again delighted to sponsor the England team in the annual Eurospital (European Hospital Workers) football tournament. Taking place in Czech Republic next weekend, the players will embark on their bid for glory. Read on to meet the 2017 England team.About the tournament The Eurospital (European Hospital Workers) football tournament was started back in 1993 by Henri Verbrugghe as a means of bringing together European healthcare workers socially and competitively, and providing an opportunity for open communication between similar occupational groups...
Since 2015, Medacs Healthcare’s specialist permanent team has helped a Consultant Radiologist from India, Dr Dharman, to relocate to the UK and secure radiologist roles across the NHS. Find out about Dr Dharman’s experience of working and living in the UK.
CEO of What the Bleep, Mike Gough gives us an insight into what life is like as a locum doctor. Check out his guest blog and find out why Mike decided to work as a locum.
Check out our infographic on the wide range of benefits that are available to psychiatrists.
Check out our infographic on the wide range of benefits that are available to doctors.
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