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Welcome to Medicure
Welcome to Medicure, a medical recruitment specialist supplying fully compliant medical professionals to the NHS and the Private sector.
Established over 18 years ago Medicure has developed a significant reputation within the medical locum market, providing the best locum doctors of all grades and specialties at very competitive rates.
If you are a locum doctor looking for your next role you will find Medicure deliver an unrivalled service with access to many of the best opportunities available in UK and Irish Hospitals. Being awarded the GPS, LPP and Eurotrust Contact has continued to give us access to hundreds of jobs daily.
If you are a Hospital looking to work with a leading edge supplier, we are able to provide the highest calibre doctors within all grades & specialties to framework standard. Our doctors are fully compliant and we adhere strictly to registration and pre-employment screening criteria. This gives you total confidence in the quality and safety of our doctors.
Looking for a new jobs or new member of staff look no further than Medicure.
‘ive worked with medicure for the last 10 years and they have help me progress up the career ladder. I will work with no one else, as they always offer me the best jobs’
Mr Hugo van der Nest, Consultant Anaesthetist
Latest News
05
Jun

On 17 June 2013 the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) launches a new service, called the Update Service.

08
Apr

Hospitals must shrink or shut, doctors warn.GPs' leader Dr Michael Dixon says half of services should be moved closer to patients' homes.

19
Mar

NHS is 'not ready' for changes, say senior staff. Survey of NHS professionals says that staff and organisations are ill-prepared for next month's radical restructure

11
Mar

Warning over rising death toll as antibiotics fail to tackle rising incidence of 'gram negative' bacterial diseases. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria with the potential to cause untreatable infections pose "a catastrophic threat" to the population, the chief medical officer for Britain warns in a report calling for urgent action worldwide.

04
Mar

Hospital registrars' workload 'unmanageable', says report. Registrars struggling under such heavy workloads that patient care is at risk, according to body representing hospital doctors.

21
Feb

Health service to fund IVF for the over-40s

14
Feb

Third of NHS finance directors think quality of care is declining. Findings of survey for King's Fund prompt fresh concern about how hospitals look after patients

07
Feb

David Cameron wants nurses' pay to be tied to how well they look after patients as part of changes to banish poor care in the NHS in response to the devastating findings of a report published on Wednesday into the Mid Staffordshire hospital scandal

31
Jan

Health and social care could account for half of all government spending in 50 years, says King's Fund charity

23
Jan

Blood screening that is preventing heart attacks – but not in England NHS in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland is tracking down and treating people with inherited condition.

15
Jan

More than half a million women at risk of breast cancer should be offered drugs by the NHS for the first time to stop it developing.

 

09
Jan

People suffering from bone fractures that have failed to fix will be able to benefit from a new device that uses ultrasound to aid the
healing process.

03
Jan

Norovirus may have affected 100,000 over Christmas, says health agency.

27
Nov

Free medicines may have to be cut back as patients take more responsibiliy

13
Nov

Happy Diwali

13
Nov

Patients will view their NHS records online in three years

13
Nov

Hospitals to be paid for patient recommendations

12
Nov

Working in the Middle East

23
Sep

New recruiter joins our busy locum GP department

20
Sep

New senior recruitment consultant appointed

20
Sep

Complaints about doctors have hit a record high with patients more prepared to raise concerns about their treatment, a General Medical Council (GMC) report says today (18 September)

20
Sep

The GMC told the Health Select Committee that revalidation was its number one concern and should begin at the end of the year.

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