Friday, 1 September 2017

NHS to spend £100m bringing in up to 3,000 GPs from abroad

NHS to spend £100m bringing in up to 3,000 GPs from abroad Recruiters will earn about £20,000 for each new GP as part of the NHS England initiative to alleviate cripping shortages

The NHS plans to spend £100m bringing in up to 3,000 GPs from abroad to help alleviate serious shortages that have left surgeries struggling to run properly.

Recruitment agencies will earn about £20,000 for each GP they succeed in placing in a family doctor practice in England as part of the NHS England initiative. Continue reading... Recruiters will earn about £20,000 for each new GP as part of the NHS England initiative to alleviate cripping shortages

The NHS plans to spend £100m bringing in up to 3,000 GPs from abroad to help alleviate serious shortages that have left surgeries struggling to run properly.

Recruitment agencies will earn about £20,000 for each GP they succeed in placing in a family doctor practice in England as part of the NHS England initiative. Continue reading... The Guardian

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