There has never been greater need for more doctors to be recruited to work in the NHS
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The Lincolnshire Refugee Doctor Project
Aims to create the best possible scheme in Lincolnshire for supporting refugee doctors back into medical practice in the UK. This includes
•Help to settle with family into Lincolnshire
•Refreshing of skills, knowledge and confidence
•Re-qualifying to UK standards and securing employment appropriate to professional qualifications
Why Lincolnshire & North East Lincolnshire?
There are many opportunities in North East Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire within the NHS.
New Horizons – the refugee Doctor experience
We need each other
Since then, this brilliant song has and will always be associated with LRDP as it sums up the reason, we are doing the work we are. When you listen to this song and watch the video, it also has major significance to what has happened in 2020 during the COVID 19 outbreak. Please take the time listen to this song and watch the captivating video, you will not regret it.
Thank you, Merry Hell, for your continued support. It is greatly appreciated”
Testimonials What Our Doctors Say
“It has been an honour and pleasure to be a part of the programme. It was an excellent opportunity for me to brush up my clinical skills, to understand the society and culture better, to learn about the NHS in depth and to observe it in a hospital setting. You have provided me a good clinical training from a wonderful team of specialist doctors , a clinical attachment at the hospital setting and psychological support. Thank you to everyone who is involved in this wonderful project!”
“My name is Husain and I am a refugee doctor and proud to be a member of Lincolnshire Refugee Doctor Project, which helped me to start my speciality training in the UK. Indeed, the LDRP found a clinical attachment placement for me at Diana Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby, where I acquired the knowledge and skills needed to start working for the NHS. With their help, I am currently working at Leeds General Infirmary as a specialist trainee in paediatrics.”
If you are a refugee doctor in the UK who needs a clinical attachment in an NHS hospital, we can help you too. The Lincolnshire Refugee Doctor Project works closely with our local NHS trust and has helped to facilitate not only clinical attachments such as Husain’s, but also paid bank and temporary work placements which are invaluable for our members’ communication and clinical skills. For further information, please contact email@example.com