Radiologists are in high demand in the NHS. You'll need to complete FRCR alongside IELTS or OET to get your GMC Registration. From there you will find yourself open to senior roles including specialist and Consultant level in a range of general and specialised modalities.
What to expect from
Radiology Jobs in the NHS
As an International or UK based Radiologist you will have plenty of job options across the NHS. Since Radiology services tend to be delivered by Consultants your best route is to complete the FRCR qualification and ensure you have independent reporting experience prior to applying for GMC Registration. Many NHS Trusts will offer CESR support and specialist interests for the right candidates.
If you’re new to the NHS then you should think about taking a general Radiology job in the first instance. It’ll give you a better onboarding and get you used to the processes and procedures from a wider range of work. The more flexible you are with hospital and location the better your prospects will be so consider areas that you haven’t necessarily heard of
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