Health Resources International Ltd

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Health Resources International Limited was established in 2003 in the United Kingdom. The company was originally set up to supply UK organizations (both public and private) with hospital consultants and specialists from Eastern Europe. We have dealt with consultants, junior doctors and general practitioners (primary care physicians), supplying them on a fixed, short term, sessional, rotational or locum basis. Since incorporation we have recruited a couple of hundreds of medical professionals in the UK, the majority of which have been consultants in permanent positions.

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