Apr 20, 2020

Why the NHS Needs International Doctors Now More Than Ever

International Doctors have always been a vital part of providing outstanding patient care for the NHS. However, with Covid 19 abating and trusts looking to resume ‘normal operations’, they’re going to be needed more than ever… It is global knowledge that the NHS offers some of the highest-quality, most efficient and most accessible healthcare systems. […]

Aug 13, 2019

NHS Doctor Jobs: Essential Career Information

Are you interested in a career with the National Health Service and want to apply for NHS doctor jobs? The NHS is considered to be one of the best healthcare systems worldwide, helping more than 1 million patients every 36 hours. It’s also the largest employer in the UK (and the fifth largest in the […]

May 5, 2020

How to Apply for Medical Jobs in the UK

If you’re an international doctor or nurse and you have got to stage where you want to apply for medical jobs here in the UK, a very big Congratulations to you! You’ve worked extremely hard and you’ll soon start seeing results from your hard work. In this blog post, we explain the various resources you […]

May 24, 2024

Maximising Healthcare Efficiency with Workforce Management Software

In the fast-paced and demanding healthcare landscape, where every second counts and resources are frequently stretched thin, effective management of the workforce stands as a critical priority. Within both NHS trusts and private sector Healthcare Organisations, there is a continual need for solutions that can optimise operations, enhance patient care, and support the dedicated Healthcare […]

Dec 14, 2020

NHS winter pressures: what to expect and how to protect our healthcare heroes

In any year, winter can be extremely challenging time for the NHS; but the winter of 2020/21 looks to be especially tough due to the continuing battle against Covid-19 and the virus’ vaccination programme rollout. Given that winter pressures traditionally contribute to one of the NHS’s busiest periods, what exactly can it expect over the […]

Feb 20, 2015

From Med Student to FY Doctor: 10 tips from Dr Kishan Rees

1. Don’t try to be all things to all men A wise old proverb that couldn’t be more truthful for first year medical students… You simply can’t be all things to all people and you can’t do all things all at once. We can sometimes behave this way to help us cope with the many […]

Sep 3, 2015

Milton Keynes Hospital CEO and Chair Personally Thank Charity Supporters

On Wednesday 2nd September, Milton Keynes Hospital Charity held a ‘thank you’ reception for its valued supporters at Margaret Powell House in Milton Keynes city centre. As a proud partner of Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and its Leo’s Appeal, ID Medical raises money for the children’s ward and has pledged its further […]

May 29, 2019

How to become a registered Nurse

Interested in a nursing career? There are a number of different routes you can explore to become a registered nurse. As a career choice, it can be much more accessible than a doctorate. Nursing degree courses have much higher acceptance rates than medical degrees, and can be much less competitive. And of course, Nurses are […]

Feb 19, 2015

Viewpoint for Mental Health Today magazine

Despite the growth of the mental health workforce in recent years, many public and private services continue to experience shortages in workforce supply and face difficulties in recruiting high calibre and compliant professionals. There are a number of reasons for this. Various studies have linked the economic state of affairs with poor mental health and […]