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every step of the way

Oyster Medical are perfectly placed to understand the requirements of both clients and candidates

Hello and Welcome to Oyster Medical.

You’ve come to the right place!

We are a specialist medical recruitment agency, providing permanent recruitment solutions to healthcare providers Nationwide.

We offer a personal service with care as standard, with tailor made recruitment packages to suit every unique requirement, large or small and at every level within the healthcare sector.

Providing this quality of service to both the NHS and Private Sector we will help you with your next career move ensuring quality roles for quality candidates and we pride ourselves on delivering a professional, friendly service to both our candidate and clients.

Whatever your recruitment needs, pick up the phone and call us anytime. We are here to support you every step of the way!

Latest Jobs

See below for some of our current roles. If you cant see what you’re looking for give us a call and we’ll find it for you!  Alternatively have a look at our Vacancies Page for the full list of our current vacancies.

Posted 4 weeks ago

Job: Support Worker My client is currently looking for a number of support workers to join their growing team at their private Brain Injury unit, close to the centre of Leicester. My client is a provider of specialised care. They offer a seamless pathway of services from their residential rehabilitation and care for people with […]

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  • Northern Irish abortion law violates women's rights, say UN officials
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Professions We Cover

HCA / Support

Senior Healthcare

Qualified Nurses


Non Clinical Staff to the
Healthcare Industry

Allied Health

Home Managers /
Deputy Managers

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