Medacs Healthcare has recently announced its latest round of CPD training courses. The Locum Best Practice CPD Learning Series is an extensive range of free interactive courses and follows our extremely successful 2017 series.
Medacs Healthcare is pleased to announce the launch of an exciting new initiative to support healthcare professionals interested in working in the UAE.
Medacs Healthcare is delighted to announce its recent award of the Medical Master Vendor contract for County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust.
Medacs Healthcare has recently announced the provision of 20 new training courses for their locum doctors, delivered as a learning series titled Locum Best Practice in collaboration with the General Medical Council.
Medacs Healthcare has been at the forefront of revalidation for locum doctors since its inception in 2012. Since being selected as a pilot organisation to test and inform on the development of the Medical Appraisal Guide, we have assisted over 1,000 doctors with revalidation.
Medacs Healthcare has announced that it will support its overseas doctors by investing in a series of Welcome to UK practice courses, developed and run by the General Medical Council. The sessions help doctors new to the country or new to practice, to understand the ethical issues that will affect them and their patients on a day-to-day basis.
Global staffing provider Medacs Healthcare has opened a new office in Dubai and formed a ground-breaking partnership with the Emirates Hospital Association.
Today on Tuesday 24 May, we are excited to launch our very first healthcare heroes video.
Medacs Healthcare is delighted to announce its recent win on the Health Trust Europe (HTE) (Permanent) Framework. This will enable Medacs Healthcare to provide NHS trusts with permanent national and international doctors and nurses.
Medacs Healthcare Offers Exciting Job Opportunities in China
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Identifying and preventing elderly malnutrition
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