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Healthcare Professionals for the UK

NHS Professionals International is part of the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. We currently partner with over 120 hospitals all around England, with a wide range of areas such as Acute, Mental Health and Community care. Our job is to help our hospitals with a whole range of workforce matters, so that they can focus on caring for patients.

Every year we recruit, and support thousands of candidates start their journey in relocating and becoming a Registered Nurse, Midwife or Allied Health Professional (AHP) and offering permanent positions at some of the best acute hospitals and Mental Health services in the NHS across England.

Benefits in joining the programme

In return for your experience, there are a number of benefits in joining NHS Professionals International programme. As well as relocating to the UK, these are the benefits you can expect:

 

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Your training and development

Many of our hospitals are attached to renowned universities and offer continuing education and professional development as a priority – often providing free training courses and paid study leave as part of their commitment to your continued education.

We can make sure that whichever hospital you choose, you will be supported through an excellent training programme from day one - ensuring every chance of passing the Nursing & Midwifery Council’s (NMC) Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) at the first sitting.

Your next steps

During our initial application process, you will need to provide proof of relevant experience in the role in which you are applying for, once successful, our typical recruitment journey is as follows:

*If you are applying for Registered Nursing (Acute), you will need to be either from an English-speaking country or pass an English language test either OET (level B in reading, speaking, listening, and writing C+) OR alternately IELTS (level 7 in reading, speaking, and listening and level 6.5 in writing) to meet the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) requirements here in the UK.

Discover a variety of roles in detail below:

  • Midwifery
  • Nursing – Mental Health
  • Nursing – Adult Care

There are many different Allied Health Professionals who work in the NHS supporting patients. We are actively recruiting for the following roles:

  • Radiographers (Diagnostic and Therapeutic)
  • Physiotherapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Operating Department Practitioners (ODPs)
  • Podiatrist/Chiropodist

Discover the different roles in detail here.

Your training and development

Many of our hospitals are attached to renowned universities and offer continuing education and professional development as a priority- often providing free training courses and paid study leave as part of their commitment to your continued education.

Whichever of our hospitals you choose, you will be supported through an excellent training and adaption programme from day one - this programme will review your experience and training so far as an Allied Health Professional and provide a training programme to ensure that you have all the knowledge and skills for working within the UK Hospital setting. This programme will also incorporate corporate and local inductions.

Your next steps

During your initial application process, you will need to provide proof of relevant experience in the Allied Health Professionals field you are wishing to work in, and this will be assessed via your CV and then at interview with the NHS Hospital of your choice. 

Once successful at interview you will need to be either from an English-speaking country or need to pass an English language test, potentially either the International English Language Testing System (IELTS level 7 in reading, speaking, listening and writing) OR alternately Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Internet Based Test (IBT) with a minimum score of 100 (out of 120). Alternatively, you can also provide education or employment certificates depending on your country.

After this, you are required to complete the application process to obtain HCPC (Health and Care Professional Council) registration. We will be there to support you with this journey.

Visit the HCPC website for more information

After becoming a Nurse, Midwife or Allied Health Professional

Once you have completed your training and become a Registered Nurse, Midwife or Allied Health Professional, you can register to join the NHSP staff bank. By joining NHSP staff bank, you will be able to start looking forward to a choice of flexible shifts, as well as the ability to develop professionally and gain additional experience within your ward, area, or department.

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To kickstart your application, please submit the initial screening form. We can’t wait to welcome you to the NHS!

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