The National Health Service (NHS) in England is running an international recruitment campaign for family doctors. In England these are called General Practitioners (or GPs).
The NHS plan to recruit around 2,000 doctors from overseas locations by 2020. These doctors will work alongside UK-trained GPs to develop an exciting range of health services in local community settings.
This campaign, which offers an unrivalled level of support to international doctors moving to the UK, will run for a limited time only!
Some of the benefits for successful applicants:
Fully funded English training to prepare for initial language test
Paid leave and training to further improve English language skills if required
Generous help with relocation costs for travel and transportation of belongings/furniture
Temporary serviced accommodation for when you first arrive, as well as help to find a suitable long term property
Commuting allowance of £500 for the first 28 days in post
Induction training and continued mentorship for the duration of the programme
Attractive and competitive salary
GMC registration fees and OH checks reimbursed
Minimum 3-year role with an NHS practice in London
Want to learn more about the benefits of joining the IGPR programme? Watch this video featuring one of our many successfully placed Family Doctors in London.