International Recruitment


Streamlined, seamless international recruitment for nursing homes and the NHS

We bring clarity to international healthcare recruitment, with a step-by-step process for hiring international candidates with valuable knowledge and expertise. One that builds on our tried-and-tested process for successfully resettling European nursing staff into UK care homes and the NHS for almost a decade.

Success is all about retention – given the complexity, time and effort required to recruit internationally. So respect for individuals committed to relocating their entire life abroad remains at the heart of our process. We devote ourselves to preparing people for work in the UK, caring for our most vulnerable patients.

For both the applicant and the client, we ensure the application process runs as smoothly as possible

We strictly pre-screen all applicants’ nursing experience, qualifications, references, criminal record and English communication skills before accepting them.

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised a fast track “NHS visa”, making it easier for overseas doctors and nurses to work in the UK after Brexit
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Why international recruitment?

International healthcare professionals contribute greatly to the every day running of NHS hospitals and private nursing homes throughout the UK.

The industry benefits greatly from this expertise and the different approaches they bring. In return, they are provided a pathway to career progression, along with all the support they need to develop their skills and qualifications.

The Government has confirmed that the UK needs to increase its workforce to achieve the targets set out in the Long Term Plan and to meet the needs of the population.

Avanta Care adheres to the Department of Health Code of Practice for the International Recruitment of Healthcare Professionals.

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We aim to have the candidate working as a Pre-Registered Nurse within 3 weeks of interview, and practicing as an RGN within 60 days of interview

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