With Middle Grade Emergency Medicine Doctors being in short supply in the UK, Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust has teamed up with its Managed Service partner Medacs Healthcare to recruit Doctors from India. The recruitment campaign culminates with representatives from both organisations hosting a dedicated recruitment event in Mumbai on the 11, 12, 13 and 14 June 2013.
Deborah O’Leary, Business Development Director of UK Perm Projects at Medacs Healthcare says, “We have worked with Mid Essex for 18 months providing a Managed Service to reduce demand for agency locums. We feel we have a good level of understanding and appreciation of their organisation. Our expertise in international recruitment where we’ve targeted countries like Australia, New Zealand and South Africa means that Medacs Healthcare is well placed to support Mid Essex in this way. India is a perfect source of Doctors as they have the volumes required and, more importantly, the calibre of candidates.”
The newly recruited Doctors will take a lead in the provision of effective and timely patient focussed care, proactively assisting and guiding junior doctors within the team as well as liaising with and supporting nursing staff within the department.
Benefits for Doctors include fantastic salary packages, relocation support, training and development opportunities, sponsorship for tier 2 visas and the hospitals are within close proximity to London. All we require in return is that Doctors are fully registered with the GMC (or are eligible to obtain this registration) and that they have at least 18 months’ Emergency Medicine experience.
Are you an Emergency Medicine Doctor looking to progress your career in the UK? If so, click here for more information and to apply or email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, call Claudia Cane on 0207 611 1660 or 07921 895 782.
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