Medacs Healthcare work with key clients in Singapore to place doctors, nurses and allied health professionals from around the world.
The core of our business is our commitment to the provision of exceptional, personalised service to our clients and to the doctors, GPs, nurses and allied health professionals we place. The strength of the Medacs Healthcare brand worldwide provides us with the opportunity to continually enhance our service offerings to the Singapore medical job market and to better cater to your recruitment needs.
In the heart of Asia lies Singapore - a bustling, world-class city-state that has made waves around the world for its business excellence, connectivity to the rest of the world and innovation. With its high standard of living, political stability and cosmopolitan outlook, Singapore is the ideal place to work, live and play.
Singapore is a republic in Southeast Asia of 710 sq km, approximately one degree north of the equator. The island is safe from natural calamities and the climate is tropical all year round.
The signature trait of Singapore is its multi-cultural makeup. Its people are made of Chinese (76.8%), Malay (13.9%), Indian (7.9%) and other races. This diversity also translates into a unique mix of religions, languages, cultural traditions and cuisines. The successful integration of the different segments of population has created a quiet respect for each other. In Singapore, it is not uncommon to find a mosque next to a temple and mixed marriages reinforcing social cohesion.
The standard of living is high in Singapore. This is evident even by just walking around the city. Spanking new shopping malls and towering skyscrapers trace the Singapore skyline, while people travel on clean streets and a modern public transport system.
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