Consultant Oncologist Open Evening
Remedium are hosting an open evening for anyone who is visiting London in April in order to take their final FRCR examination in clinical oncology (part B).
Remedium Open Evening: Free Event for Consultant Oncologists
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Date: Tuesday 26th April 2022
Location: Remedium Partners Head Office, 1st Floor, 20 Northdown Street, London, N1 9BG
Many Oncologists are visiting London at the end of this month in order to complete their Final FRCR Examination in Clinical Oncology (Part B). If you are one of these doctors, we’d like to invite you to attend an open evening at Remedium’s headquarters in Central London.
There will be a short presentation where we will be discussing careers in the NHS and the relocation process, visa applications and CESR pathway for you to progress in your career as a consultant in the UK.
After the presentation, there will be time to network and celebrate exam completion with fellow attendees and the Remedium recruitment team members. Food and refreshments will be provided.
See below for more information about our event’s organisers.
If you’d like to attend please register your details in the space provided.
Spencer Bernstein – Head of Executive Search
Spencer comes with a wealth of recruitment experience and has pioneered several national and international recruitment projects with multiple NHS clients UK-wide. Spencer’s success is attributed to his passion for helping with the continuity of service within the NHS and leading established recruitment divisions to ensure recruitment delivery excellence, engaging with the most seasoned qualified Consultants and Medical professionals from all Medical Specialities.
Marlon Algura – Senior Consultant
Marlon is highly experienced in medical recruitment and joined our organisation in July 2017. Over the course of his career at Remedium, he founded the Children’s recruitment division and subsequently our Pathology and Oncology recruitment division. Marlon works closely with domestic and international clinicians, supporting them find their envisioned placement within the NHS in a consultative and collaborative approach.