Doctors | Health Care Agency


We recruit doctors and unlock a world of opportunity that caters to their specialty. Are you a doctor looking for work after graduating or seeking to give back to the community through your skills and extensive experience? Do you specialise in a specific healthcare field? Do you like to dedicate your time and knowledge to treating the ill?

Instant Healthcare UK believes that good doctors are the backbone of the healthcare services industry. A physician typically goes through more than eight years of education in medicine, and an additional four years of clinical practices, to earn the right to be a doctor. After all, a well-versed physician is responsible for providing people the best of what medicine and healing has to offer.


General physicians or practitioners

General physicians or practitioners work in a variety of specialised fields. IHC UK offers training and employment opportunities for a variety of doctors and consultants who meet the following criteria:



Academic qualification which is the equivalent of at least eleven years of education; e.g. four years of college, four years of medical school, and three years of working in a healthcare facility.


Psychologist for adolescents and children:

Degree in paediatric psychology.


Paediatrics and Neonates:

Registered and Degree in Paediatrics.


General Medicine

Candidates must have a specialist degree in general medicine.


Orthopaedics & Trauma/Specialist Training Year 1:

Specialist degree or equivalent. Experience in Ortho Pathology and critical EMR training.



Specialist degree or equivalent in gynaecology. Must contribute to the delivery, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of pregnancy complications.

We, at IHC UK, are the highest-paying doctor recruitment agency, and want to give doctors nothing more than a platform which truly speaks to their calibre and worth.


Instant HealthCare UK has contracts with Leicester Social Services and has staff trained to provide support and care for the following: The older person - Physically disabled - Persons with a learning disability - Mental illness - Terminally ill.