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Polish nurses and medical staff wanted for work in the UK



euromedicsgroup    
8 Jul 2015  #1

Witamy

We are a UK/Poland based recruitment company and we have a number of positions in England for Nurses and medical staff such as radiographers, physiotherapists etc

Please visit us at: euromedicsgroup .co.uk

you can upload your CV and please feel free to email us your CV to info euromedicsgroup .co.uk

thanks


jaelewis - | 1    
15 Sep 2015  #2

Merged: Looking for nurses in Poland that want to relocate to the UK

Hi,

I am looking for nurses in Poland that want to relocate to the UK. If you are a nurse or know of any that would like the opportunity to relocate and earn fantastic money working in nursing homes, walk-in centres, health centres , and GP practices , please contact me : 01254 681008 / jaelewis1974@gmail.com

If you refer nurses to us we can offer a referral scheme of £500 per nurse.

I look forward to hearing from you

Kind Regards
Jae Lewis
GURJIT    
20 May 2016  #3

Hi, Looking for nurses from Poland and the EU to work in the UK in hospitals and care homes. All grades of nurses required.
Call DESTINY NURSING RECRUITMENT we are based in Wolverhampton, West Midlands England.
please call 01902-717421 ask for the manager. ****************NURSES WANTED************************
Velund 1 | 226    
21 May 2016  #4

In a year... On all ukrainian forums...

"NURSES WANTED.... NURSES WANTED........ Looking for nurses from Ukraine to work in Poland..." ;)
GURJIT    
24 May 2016  #5

wanted nurses and healthcare professionals to work in the WEST MIDLANDS call 01902 717421 Destiny Nursing Recruitment
Hazelf555    
29 Sep 2016  #6

We are looking for medical doctors specialised in General Practice/Family Physician. You need to have completed your specialisation. We have many placements available throughout the United Kingdom. We have full time placements, part-time placements as well as short term work that fits around you.

Our Jobs are all NHS certified. The NHS is a national organisation that delivers and maintains the highest standard of clinical care free for all UK citizens from the point of contact

This is an opportunity to gain experience in the National Health Service (NHS) and be enable you to develop your skills in General Practice.
Determination and commitment are needed for this position.
Salary will be dependent on experience.
You can send you CV to Dr. Quang at Quang@medicsrecruitmentinternational.com or email hazel.foster@nhs.net if you require further information.
rozumiemnic 9 | 3,332    
29 Sep 2016  #7

email hazel.foster@nhs.net

well that a fake NHS email address surely.
Atch 9 | 1,698    
29 Sep 2016  #8

Well I just checked Roz and there is a Hazel Foster who's a recruitment consultant with a medical recruitment agency. She previously worked for the NHS and she's only been in her present job for a month so she's probably still using her old email - if it's the same person.

Isn't it mildly unsettling the amount of information you can gather on a complete stranger in a few seconds??
rozumiemnic 9 | 3,332    
29 Sep 2016  #9

oh OK. Well then i do not think she should be using an NHS address really.
Hazel change your email before I report you to the NHS for false representation.
Yes, Atch it is alarming.
Hazelf555    
29 Sep 2016  #10

Hi Atch & Rozumienmic

It can be unsettling the amount of information you can gather on a complete stranger but not if the information is real.

The emails is certanly NOT a fake email address, all NHS email addresses end in nhs.net and although I have only been in this role one month I have worked in the NHS a number of years and if you move from one organisation to another you keep the same email address.

Hope that answers your query Rozumiemnic
rozumiemnic 9 | 3,332    
29 Sep 2016  #11

if you move from one organisation to another you keep the same email address.

no Hazel you do not continue using an NHS address when you no longer work for them do you?
Hazelf555    
29 Sep 2016  #12

Its not false representative I do work in the NHS and there is a shortage of GPS in the North West of England and I am working in partnership with a company to find GPs that is why my name if there for further information about General Practice and how it works
DominicB - | 2,035    
29 Sep 2016  #13

if you move from one organisation to another you keep the same email address.

Oh, no, Hazel. That is so utterly wrong, and even fraudulent. If you no longer work for the NHS, you are certainly not entitled to use that email address anymore. If you still work for the NHS, you are entitled to use it strictly for business directly related to NHS activity, and not your unrelated recruiting activity. Wherever did you get the idea you could? Please stop using it immediately as it is a gross ethical violation, which I am reporting forthwith to NHS risk management.
Hazelf555    
29 Sep 2016  #14

If its causes that much bother I will but I do work for the NHS but hey ho I dont have this much time to keep so I will take the post down and start again.
rozumiemnic 9 | 3,332    
29 Sep 2016  #15

I have worked in the NHS a number of years and if you move from one organisation to another you keep the same email address.

first you say this , Hazel... and then you say...

I do work for the NHS

i would say, make your mind up. do you work for the NHS or not? or are you moonlighting in your spare time?
Hazelf555    
29 Sep 2016  #16

No I work for the NHS and am looking for GPs for the practice I work at in Manchester

How do i take this thread off
DominicB - | 2,035    
29 Sep 2016  #17

You will still have to explain it to risk management. I've already copied your messages to send to them. You do realize this might well have cost you your job. This is not a minor offense.
Hazelf555    
29 Sep 2016  #18

Ive asked the moderator to take it off as I didnt expect this response.

why are you threatening me DominicB

Im signing out now so not as I find your being really unpleasant.
DominicB - | 2,035    
29 Sep 2016  #19

I'm not threatening you, I'm reporting you. And if you think I'm unpleasant, just wait until your meeting with risk management.

And what, then, did you expect for unauthorized use of an official NHS email address? You tried to pull a fast one, got caught, and now will have to pay the price.
rozumiemnic 9 | 3,332    
29 Sep 2016  #20

she did not think anyone would notice, Dominic, or that if they did, they would not realise the implications of it.
Atch 9 | 1,698    
29 Sep 2016  #21

I wouldn't call it threatening. He's a doctor himself and he's talking about reporting you to the appropriate authorities for what he perceives as professional misconduct/unethical behaviour.

Your original post isn't clear as it suggests that you are recruiting on behalf of the NHS. If you're not recruiting directly for them but through an agency, you should have used your agency email address. Otherwise it's misleading to candidates.

We have many placements available throughout the United Kingdom.

I work for the NHS and am looking for GPs for the practice I work at in Manchester

Those two statements contradict each other.
Hazelf555    
29 Sep 2016  #22

I'm sorry about that, we do have agency working for us and I used their speil I was just trying to use my initiative when I was found this forum for something else but as you say I seem to have done something wrong without knowing I did. I will have to deal with the consequences and I am finding it very upsetting as I did not try to pull a fast one as I am not that type of person. I did not know I could not use my nhs email address and that it would be a breach of some risk but will now have to wait and see and if I do loose my job over a mistake it will be a hard lesson.

I wont be using the site again as its caused me so much stress for something I thought would a helpful forum
Atch 9 | 1,698    
29 Sep 2016  #23

I do loose my job over a mistake

If you made a genuine mistake, you'll probably get a slap on the wrist but you're unlikely to lose your job. Unless you've been in trouble before for something else you should be ok.

However it's still very unclear who or what you are. You:

a) Work at a medical practice which needs GPs.
b) You work for the NHS
c) You are associated with a Dr Quang from Medics Recruitment International
and on your internet profile you:
d) Work as a recruitment consultant for Manchester Recruitment International
and you previously worked for a hospital, not a medical practice, in Manchester.

So it's a mass of confusion.
cms 9 | 962    
29 Sep 2016  #24

Just a thought gents but maybe it would have been good to establish facts, or chalk it up as something a bit inappropriate but basically harmless BEFORE you formed the lynch mob.

PF is a very unfriendly place at the moment.
Atch 9 | 1,698    
29 Sep 2016  #25

gents

But CMS darling (imagine a Zsa Zsa Gabor voice there) two thirds of the lynch mob in this case is female, as indeed is the offender. Handbags at dawn.
DominicB - | 2,035    
29 Sep 2016  #26

Just a thought gents but maybe it would have been good to establish facts, or chalk it up as something a bit inappropriate but basically harmless BEFORE you formed the lynch mob.

I did look up the OP before I answered, and was surprised to find that this is someone high up enough on the food chain to know full well what they were doing, and understand exactly why it was wrong. Actually, quite a bit further up the food chain than I was prepared for. This was no innocent mistake by some low level flunky who could plead ignorance, and it wasn't "a bit inappropriate", it was way over the top unethical.

In any case, the matter is now in the hands of NHS risk management. I think you underestimate the gravity of the matter from a medical professional's standpoint. This makes us all look bad.
mafketis 16 | 4,648    
29 Sep 2016  #27

If I understand, the OP works for the NHS which is itself working with a private company to place doctors where there are shortages. Why is using the NHS address in such a context such a violation?

(granted looking for professional employees on this forum is kind of (extremely) stupid and/or misguided, but how would a non-member realize that?)

I sincerely don't understand, so please answer in a civil manner or not at all.
rozumiemnic 9 | 3,332    
29 Sep 2016  #28

oh just that the NHS is (supposedly) a nationalised organisation, and she was using an NHS address despite representing a private agency.
maybe it is fine, I don't know, it just seems a bit dodgy.
DominicB - | 2,035    
29 Sep 2016  #29

Because the private recruiting activity she is engaged in is commercial and is not authorized by the NHS. She also lists herself as employed at this recruiting agency. It is deceptive to present herself as a NHS employee when she is furthering the commercial interest of the recruiting agency. She is obligated to keep those spheres of her activities strictly separate to avoid a conflict of interest

It is also not clear whether she is still an NHS employee anymore at all, and is thus authorized to use the NHS address for any purpose. Her online profile gives an end date for her position in July. Her answers above are unsatisfactory, contradictory and implausible.

And she has just deleted her online profile within the last few hours, as well, probably in response to this thread.
mafketis 16 | 4,648    
29 Sep 2016  #30

Her online profile gives an end date for her position in July. Her answers above are unsatisfactory, contradictory and implausible.

What is it with women and using inappropriate email addresses? First Hillary Clinton and now this lady!




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