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Health Professional Recruitment

We are pleased you are interested in applying to become a Registered AHP in the UK. Our dedicated International Recruitment Team will help you with your journey

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What it means to be an AHP

Working as an Allied Health Professional in the UK means you are a key part of a patients care. You will be highly skilled in your role and will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to improve your patients care.

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Radiographers, also called radiologic technologists, are health care professionals who operate special scanning machines that make images for medical purposes. They use equipment like X-ray machines, CT scanners, and advanced technologies such as digital fluoroscopy.


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Operating Department Practitioner

Operating department practitioners (ODPs) provide skilled care and support to patients at all stages of an operation. You’ll provide high standards of skilled care and support during each phase of a patient’s perioperative care – anaesthetic, surgery and recovery.


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Occupational Therapist

Occupational therapists are health care professionals who work with people of all ages with various health issues. They work to adapt surroundings and tasks to help people live better with disabilities, injuries, or illnesses. They work in many different settings such as clinics, hospitals, and nursing facilities.


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Podiatrists specialise in the foot, ankle and leg, leading patients through the whole journey including prevention, diagnosis and treatment. You’ll provide high standards of skilled care and support.


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Steps to become an AHP

    1. Take English Test (UKVI Academic IELTS or OET and scored 7 overall (with no section below 6.5)


    1. Register with the HCPC – you can do so by clicking on the this link – International applications | (hcpc-uk.org)


The process can take up to 16 weeks in most cases to become registered.