Locum Doctors

Locum Doctors

Are you tired of working in a never-ending shift that seems to get more hectic? Would you not rather choose where you work and when you want to work? Interesting in working at highly diverse environments? We know just what you are looking for as a locum doctor.

Enjoy the freedom to work in a variety of healthcare provider settings along with flexible shift timings. This is self employment at its best.

Locum or "part-time" might be a more practical way of balancing work and life. As a locum,you are at liberty to work as little or as long as you like. Typically, locums work up to 6-8 hours per day, 37 hours per week. You can easily spend the extra time taking an exam or taking your loved ones out.

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In our experience, however, most locums have certain insecurities as many believe openings in the healthcare industry are scarce. Instant HealthCare UK makes it possible to get the best-paying jobs in the top healthcare facilities in the UK. Locums often get double of what regular "shift doctors" make due to unique staffing needs at any given facility.

To become a locum

To become a locum, you need to be a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS). After graduation, locum practitioners must undertake a two-year general training programme, before going through specialist GP training. Once completed, Locum General Practitioners (LGP) can work in different set-ups. There is no need to look up forums, medical journals or apply in different set-ups (hoping to land a job) because we can get those opportunities for you, without you having to lift even a finger.

There are also other advantages to becoming a locum or temporary practitioner, such as focusing on other career options, while only working for a few hours in the healthcare sector. This can include charity, opening your own educational institute, exploring other fields or just spending time with your loved ones.

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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.