09
October
2017
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08:58
Europe/Amsterdam

Bringing the best to F3 doctors

Summary
The UK's leading healthcare recruiter has joined forces with F3'ing It! to support junior doctors in exploring non-traditional careers.

ID Medical and F3’ing It! have joined forces to help junior doctors explore the best career alternatives. As the UK’s leading healthcare recruiter, ID Medical has a wealth of experience placing doctors in ad hoc, short-term, and long-term posts. From offering a traditional F3 year to helping more senior doctors further develop specialist skills, ID Medical is here to help those doctors opting for a non-traditional career.

More and more junior doctors are choosing to explore taking a year out of training. Dr Ish Saxena created F3’ing It! because his own experiences highlighted how difficult it was to find information about his options. The site now has over 5,000 doctors connected and provides a place to go to get courses, advice, and job opportunities. Through this exclusive partnership with ID Medical, F3’ing It!’s doctors will have access to some of ID Medical’s best available jobs and discounted CPD-accredited courses through ID Medical School.

Caryn Cooper, ID Medical’s Head of Marketing and ID Medical School, commented: “Working with an NHS accredited Entrepreneur is always exciting, and our partnership with F3’ing It! will bring great opportunities for those junior doctors looking to take a gap year. Locuming is the perfect choice to help such doctors decide on their career specialty as doctors can the precise hospital and department in which they want to work whilst selecting shifts to suit their preferred lifestyle.”

Dr Ish Saxena, founder of F3’ingIt!, added: “Working with the largest healthcare recruitment agency in the country will help open up new avenues to doctors during their year out. The range of jobs ID Medical have to offer, combined with their ability to provide training and up-to-date courses, will add value to the careers of doctors. The team at ID Medical share our values in supporting our doctors, and we’re very excited to create bespoke opportunities for our community of clinicians.”