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Finding solutions that work for you

ID Medical’s specialist Primary Care division is on hand to find our clients the best clinicians for your vacancies.


We work with our clients to create a bespoke recruitment strategy especially for you. Each client is different, so our dedicated Client Partnership team will get to know your specific needs and tailor our approach to ensure we are meeting your requirements. Our Primary Care division has access to thousands of ready-to-work candidates waiting to fill your locum or permanent roles.

Take advantage of our industry-leading benefits including 24-hour support, extensive reporting, and bespoke marketing campaigns produced by our in-house marketing team. Our International team has access to thousands of candidates from both EU and non-EU countries, so we can also help you look outside of the UK to find the ideal clinicians. Our partnership approach means your needs are being met every step of the way.


Our national and international presence with offices in Milton Keynes, London, Scotland, and India means we have a large database of compliant candidates ready to work, covering a whole range of primary care specialties, including:

  • GPs
  • Advanced Nurse Practitioners
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Practice Nurses
  • Pharmacists
  • HCAs
  • Paramedics (ECPs)

We have helped clients find candidates to work in a variety of settings like:

  • Out of hours services
  • Prisons
  • Mental health units
  • Urgent care centres
  • Walk-in centres
  • Emergency departments
  • GP practices
  • Minor injury units


Contact us to discuss your requirements and let us work together to find your perfect staffing solution. Call the Primary Care team on 01908 525858 or email primarycare@id-medical.com.

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