Emergency Medicine Recruitment
If you're an IMG or UK based Emergency Medicine doctors you'll have lots of job opportunities. GMC Registration is a must to work in the NHS and if you're an MRCEM holder you can secure a senior job as an ST3+, Speciality Doctor or Consultant.
What to expect from
Emergency Medicine Jobs in the NHS
The main criteria for working in the NHS is to hold GMC Registration. In order to register with the GMC you’ll need to pass IELTS or OET alongside a recognised postgraduate qualification like MRCEM or PLAB. There are lots of job titles in the NHS and yours will depend on your qualifications and experience. If you've come through PLAB then you'll most like get an SHO or Junior Clinical Fellow role and with MRCEM you'll become a Senior Clinical Fellow, Speciality Doctor or Consultant.
If you’re joining the NHS at a junior level you’ll be able to pursue CCT training starting at ST3 or ST4 once you’ve got some UK experience. If you’re working at an ST3+ level with MRCEM already then CESR or CESR-CP might be the option for you. You should also look out for the DRE-EM programme which offers another route specifically for Emergency Medicine Doctors.
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