Doc2UK and NHS Recruitment Drive in India

We are excited to announce we be will be hosting an Open Day and a series of interviews in Delhi on the 28th and 29th April, and in Hyderabad on the 30th and the 1st of May. We will be interviewing for 30+ NHS jobs and we are accompanied by the Clinical team of two London NHS University Hospitals. Fill in your details here to register. If you are considering making the move to the UK, and you have achieved MRCP, MRCEM or PLAB, we invite your application to join us. Just interested in learning more about moving to the UK? You are able to register for the Open Day if you do not wish to be interv
Read More

Labour warns of NHS ‘disaster’ as 100,000 jobs across organisation lie empty

Nursing leaders warn of pressures on the health service amid increased demand, tightening budgets and poor working conditions
Read More

What language exams, professional registration and preparation are needed to work as a foreign doctor in the UK?

What scores and other criteria do I have to achieve? You must take the academic IELTS test; Get a minimum score of 7.0 in each test component (speaking, listening, reading & writing); Get an overall score of 7.5; The test has to taken within 2 years of submission of application.; Please do retain the original test result certificate.;
Read More

IELTS: a quick guide for Indian Medical Graduates who want to work as a doctor in the UK

What scores and other criteria do I have to achieve? You must take the UKVI academic IELTS test and ...
Read More

GMC registration: a quick guide for doctors in India who want to relocate to the UK and work in the NHS

The General Medical Council (GMC) registration process is comprised of many parts. This can make it seem daunting to overseas doctors in India who want to work as doctors in the UK. At doc2uk, we specialize in guiding Indian doctors in achieving this through the PLAB and Royal College Examination routes, so that they’re ready to work in the NHS as quickly as possible. Before starting the GMC registration process, overseas doctors who wish to work in the UK must achieve the necessary International English Language Testing System (IELTS) scores.
Read More

What to expect at a job interview: a quick guide for International Medical Graduates (IMGs) in the UK

Indian doctors interviewing for NHS roles in the UK may be interviewed using conference call, telephone or in person. Most interviewers will test a mixture of medical knowledge and ‘soft skills’. What to expect at the interview ? Overseas doctors being interviewed for work as a UK doctor will be expected to demonstrate their medical knowledge, English language competency, communication skills and understanding of the UK medical landscape and NHS framework. Interview tips – Be punctual British people are very particular about timing and being late for a scheduled interview or another
Read More

Immigration and Visas

International medical graduates (IMGs), including Indian doctors who wish to work in the UK, must satisfy immigration requirements. Successfully registering with the GMC and being offered a job has no impact on a doctor’s immigration status or eligibility to remain in the UK.
Read More

Settling into life in the UK

doc2uk.com supports candidates who successfully take up posts in as doctors in UK hospitals by introducing them tofellow Indian doctors and helping them to settle in.
Read More