Working in the UK’s beloved National Health Service (NHS) as an overseas nurse has many benefits. Not only will you work in one of the world’s leading healthcare systems, you will also be providing high-quality care that is freely accessible to everyone in the UK. But working in the NHS as an overseas nurse isn’t only about prestige. As an overseas nurse in the UK, you will have the respect of the nation, as well as a healthy pay and benefits package. By partnering with Medacs Healthcare, you’ll get help with every aspect of the move to the UK...
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?!...
We launched a new campaign two months ago to support our nurses and healthcare assistants (HCAs). Find out more about our ‘Celebrate Nursing’ campaign and how you can get involved.
With 15 years’ NHS and private sector experience, Morelight decided it was time to embark upon a new and exciting challenge that would take her career in a whole new direction. We recently met with Morelight to find out more about the process of moving to Qatar and what it’s like being a paediatric nurse in the Middle East.
We helped registered Nurse Manny and his family relocate to the UK last year. Manny currently works in the cardiology department at the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust. Find out more about his experience of working and living in the UK.
Check out our infographic on the wide range of benefits that are available to nurses.
After working with the same NHS trust for 22 years, experienced nurse Raymond felt it was time to explore his career options. We caught up with Raymond to find out how he his settling in to his new nursing role in Abu Dhabi.
Revalidation has been one of the largest changes that nurses and midwives have experienced this year. As we come to the end of 2016 we reflect on how our agency nurses have found the support we have provided.
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