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With the ongoing shortage in the UK of both healthcare workers and care workers continuing to burden private and public health services, the process of sourcing, recruiting and migrating nurses from outside of the UK offers a vast resource to help stem the problem.

Since its inception in 2014, Harley Medical have developed an excellent track record in helping both public healthcare service providers and independent providers of adult social care more easily navigate the process.

Harley Medical Services has been supplying medical professionals to the NHS and private care since 2014 and has developed a specialism in the ethical relocation of thousands of international healthcare professionals into permanent carer roles in the UK.

We use our extensive experience to take the complexity out of the process and help you to tap into the rich source of qualified nurses from the sub-continent to enable you to meet your recruitment objectives, achieve much higher rates of retention and stabilise your workforce to help secure your organisations long term future.

We have compiled this guide to provide clarity and understanding to what can otherwise appear to be a highly complex and difficult process to undertake.



We work with a wide range of clients in both hospital and community settings. Our clients can call on us at extremely short notice, at any time, day or night. They include:

  • Independent Providers of Adult Social Care

  • NHS trusts

  • Private hospitals

  • Local authorities

  • Private nursing homes

  • Mental health and learning difficulty units

  • ISTCs

  • Social services

  • GP practices

  • HCA (Healthcare America) Private group of hospitals

  • Mid Cheshire NHS Foundation Trust

  • United Lincoln Hospitals Trust 

  • North Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust 

  • Cheltenham and Gloucester Royal Hospitals

REFERENCES: We are happy to provide a list of our clients and references to prospective new clients.

Please contact us to for more information.

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