We put Urgent Care doctors, like you, into jobs they love

Doctors first, then jobs. That's our difference.

Life as a doctor demands you give everything. Dr Sam Hazledine learned this first as an intern. Years later, Medrecruit was his response. Sam successfully lobbied the World Medical Association to amend the Declaration of Geneva (the modern-day Hippocratic Oath) to include:

I will attend to my own health, wellbeing, and abilities in order to provide care of the highest standard.

Medrecruit continues to advocate for, educate, and work towards better health and wellbeing for all doctors.

Hear what other Urgent Care doctors had to say
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It's so much more flexible because it's private. I can say to the clinic, 'These are the days I work,' and they try and make that work. You also see patients at your own pace. We're told to expect to see about three an hour - that's 20 minutes a patient.

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, Dr Liam Atkins, Urgent Care
Locuming offers work on your terms.
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Take control of where and when you work for a better work-life balance. Placements last anything from a few hours to a year. Make good money while considering your next move. We can show you ways of working that you may not have considered.

Happy locum doctors

Travel with your work. Thousands of placements are now available in hospitals, clinics and medical centres across Australia and New Zealand. Experience life in a different town, city or country. Spend more time doing the things you love, or with the people you love.

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Explore diverse and interesting areas of medicine. Discover a new career path and try different working environments. Feel appreciated and share your time and skills with a community that needs your expertise.

Dr Kevin Naidoo - working as a locum surgeon
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