NHS Orientation

NHS orientation is a critical part of the process for any medical doctor who wants to work in the UK. This orientation program provides an overview of the UK healthcare system and the expectations and standards of the National Health Service (NHS). It may cover topics such as NHS policies and procedures, patient care, medical ethics, and cultural awareness. Additionally, NHS orientation may provide information on the specific requirements for working as a doctor within the NHS, such as the registration and licensing process with the General Medical Council (GMC). Attending an NHS orientation program can help medical doctors gain a better understanding of the UK healthcare system, build relationships with colleagues and mentors, and prepare for the unique challenges of practicing medicine in the UK.