The healthcare industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the country, and according to the US Bureau of Labor this growth is likely to continue for at least the next ten years. Job opportunities are therefore likely to increase generally throughout the health service, although this depends to some extent on the differing areas of healthcare.

The traditional health professionals – physicians, surgeons, nurses, dentists, ophthalmologists, etc continue to be in demand. They have long education and training lead times, with bachelor or master degrees usually being the entry level to the career, and often a period of internship needed.

There is a whole new generation of medical technicians, reflecting the increased use of technology in medical treatments. Technicians help with special diagnosis procedures such as ultrasound and MRI, and are qualified in instrumentation, physics and other relevant subjects to degree level.

Our current personnel needs include board certified physicians, licensed physical therapists and licensed physical therapy assistants, MRI technicians and licensed x-ray technicians.