where did she graduate from ? That May see a "small" career progression or remain the equivalent of A HO.smalik wrote:Hello all
My wife and I are considering a move to SG as I have a job offer from a firm. My wife is a GP here in London, and we were wondering what job prospects were like for GPs in Singapore.
Our limited research indicates that she will likely have to find work in a govt hospital for 18 months. We have also been told that the pay isn't all that, and certainly much less than the UK.
Would be really grateful for a chat with any GPs who've moved out there. Happy to converse on the forum, email, WhatsApp, phone etc!
If she has a recognized degree, she should be able to start out higher. But so far, the on calls are not avoidable. That's what I know.smalik wrote:Hi
She's a UK graduate and we checked that her university is on the list of recognised universities.
But an HO is a huge step back. She's been a GP for several years now and 3200 is actually incredibly low!
When it comes to medical placements Agents can't do much. I would suggest you go direct.smalik wrote:Thanks for the info! I'll have a look. We've been talking to some of the agencies who recruit on jobstreet and the word is that she'll probably have to join a local polyclinic and do the supervisory period of 2 years. You mentioned private hospitals - I only know of Raffles Medical. Are there any others I should speak to?
We've been trying to see if there's other UK or European qualified GPs that we can speak to, but can't seem to find any!
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