From NHS hospitals to community Health Boards, there is a range of opportunities to advance your career whilst working at the NHS in Wales. Whether you’d prefer to live in a bustling capital like Cardiff, or in a more rural community with excellent access to the beautiful surroundings of the Welsh countryside, living and working in Wales is an excellent choice.
Join the three million people living in Wales, and you’ll find yourself in a country boasting a rich cultural heritage, a friendly and welcoming identity, and some of the busiest cities and most beautiful national parks in the UK. And, with numerous job opportunities for medical professionals, living and working in Wales is a great way to advance your career too.
All across Wales, NHS Health Boards organise and provide important care to people in the community. Start searching for your next medical role with Medacs and you’ll find the right role for you.
As a preferred supplier of healthcare professionals to the NHS, Medacs will ensure you’ll get first sight of many NHS jobs in Wales. And the support doesn’t end there. Medacs can help you negotiate a pay package that suits you, as well as supporting you with CPD courses and helping with your revalidation.
And whilst working as a medical professional can be an incredibly rewarding role, Medacs also recognises the importance of helping people cope with some of the stresses of working in frontline healthcare. That’s why, once registered with Medacs, you’ll receive a wellbeing toolkit that can help you deal with challenging periods, as well as receiving around-the-clock support on every aspect of your career.
Medacs works with a number of NHS Health Boards, including:
- Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, the largest health organisation in Wales. The Health Board provides care to 700,000 people across six counties in North Wales. The Health Board’s 19,000 employees are deployed across three hospitals, 97 GP practices as well as hundreds more dental, optometry and pharmacy sites across the region.
- Swansea Bay University Health Board, which operates three major hospitals: Morriston, Singleton and Neath Port Talbot. The Health Board is responsible for running 49 GP surgeries, 72 dental practices and orthodontists, 31 optometry practices and 92 community pharmacies.
- Cardiff & Vale University Health Board, which provides care for nearly 500,000 people across the Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan region. The Health Board’s 14,500 staff provide vital care across this busy area through nine hospitals and dozens of local health centres and clinics.
- Hywel Dda University Health Board, which provides important healthcare services to around 385,000 people across Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire. The Health Board provides care through four hospitals, five community hospitals and 13 medical centres and clinics across the region.