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Demand for permanent and locum GPs in Ireland is at an all-time high.

With a myriad of opportunities available, doctors can often find ideal roles, in their preferred location, with flexible hours to achieve the optimum work-life balance.

Akeso Healthsearch consultancy services encompasses opportunities in General Practice, Irish HSE primary care, semi-acute hospitals and nursing homes as well as job vacancies in general practice, community healthcare with doctor on call requirements and out of hours doctors organisations.

 

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Permanent General Practitioner

On behalf of our client in County Dublin, we are seeking a General Practitioner to join a practice on a permanent basis from May covering 8-10 sessio Read more

Locum General Practitioner- Co, Mayo

On behalf of our client in County Mayo, we are seeking a General Practitioner to join a practice for the month of April covering 8-10 sessions per we Read more

Locum General Practitioner- Co, Dublin

On behalf of our client in County Dublin, we are seeking a General Practitioner to join a practice for the month of July covering 8-10 sessions per w Read more

Locum General Practitioner- Co, Roscommon

On behalf of our client in County Roscommon, we are seeking a General Practitioner to join a practice for the month of May covering 8-10 sessions per Read more

The majority of general practitioners work within GP surgeries that serve their local communities. However, with better technology, more GPs can support people out of hours or at a distance, adding variety to their workday and allowing them to work with a broader range of people.

If you prefer a specialist role or a different setting, working as a doctor gives you a lot of options for other opportunities. For example, some doctors work in hospitals as specialists or consultants – this can include being a specialist in almost any discipline, such as oncology or rheumatology.

Working as a GP is a varied and exciting field, and our strength-focused recruitment process is focused on who you are as a person. We can help you find a role that uses your strengths as a GP, such as great people skills, attention to detail and compassion.

To qualify as a doctor, you will need a medical degree. While many people choose to study medicine after college, you can also get help studying medicine as a second degree later in life.

GP News

GP’s relocating to Ireland

It can be a very daunting experience packing up your things and starting a new life in a new country that you are unfamiliar with. There are many things that you will need to consider as General Practitioner if you are planning on relocating to Ireland for work. Here are

GP’s relocating to Ireland

It can be a very daunting experience packing up your things and starting a new life in a new country that you are unfamiliar with.

For an even smarter, more cohesive and more personalized recruitment and selection approach we have consolidated our AGC Healthcare divisions into your newly rebranded recruitment partner Akeso Healthsearch. Read more

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