|Have you ever considered working in the UK as a General Practitioner, but been deterred by the lack of support? We have an end-to-end package to make this a reality, with structured training and financial support at every step.
To match the minimum requirements, you must be from the European Economic Area (EEA), have completed a residency in family medicine, passed the specialist exam, and have good English language skills. If that’s you, then keep reading!
GPs in England are the cornerstone of the NHS, the first port of call for patients. GPs typically work from practices, leading teams of healthcare and support staff, and working hand-in-hand with other healthcare professionals to deliver the level of care that patients have come to expect of the NHS.
Whilst many GPs come to the UK for the generous salaries and benefits on offer, the real opportunity is in the chance to further your clinical experience working for one of the most impressive healthcare services in the world.
We are offering fully supported development to willing candidates to start practicing as a GP in the UK. The process includes interviews, language testing, professional assessments, observer placement, supervision and training.
This is a unique opportunity which we’re proud to offer exclusively in partnership with NHS England, making what has traditionally been a difficult process simple and stress-free.
ID Medical will provide an end-to-end service including help with accommodation, transport and transition to the UK. We’ll give you comprehensive support, arranging registration with the GMC, supervision, training and Induction & Refresher (I&R), and we can provide extensive language training and support including free and subsidised options.
We’ve helped hundreds of international Doctors become GPs for the NHS, and are uniquely positioned to help you navigate the route to UK General Practice.
To begin the process of moving to the UK, please complete this form. Only doctors who match the criteria outlined above and who are fully committed to completing the recruitment, training and development processes are encouraged to apply.