MedRecruit was started in 2006 after Dr Sam Hazledine observed the disconcerting number of fellow doctors leaving the profession because of burn out and disillusionment. Many of these doctors were turning to recruitment agencies to help them find jobs for doctors and work they loved, but unfortunately the agencies were caught up in a race against each other to fill jobs rather than to serve doctors.
Sam realised that to best serve doctors in their careers he needed to build a new type of agency that offered doctors three things:
• Access to the largest network of employers possible to maximise the chances of getting the perfect job
• The deepest employer relationships in the industry so their candidates are picked first over other doctors
• The widest range of services of any agency to support doctors and make getting jobs for doctors as easy as possible.
This has been achieved and our members have access to all of these things and much more.
To this day Sam is still as passionate about enabling doctors to live exceptional lives. With over 70 staff and offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Gold Coast and Queenstown, MedRecruit is still growing and every member of the team is passionate about serving our profession and finding the right jobs for doctors. Along with MedRecruit, Sam has set up MedCapital to help doctors master their wealth and MedWorld to share the stories and advice of exceptional doctors to help doctors look after themselves and thrive in all they do.
“Thanks for visiting our website and exploring how we can help you as a doctor find locum or permanent work in Australia and New Zealand. I believe it's important to have work where you are engaged and love what you're doing and that if you find this it will have a major positive impact on the rest of your life. I also believe that being free of financial worry and living with a sense of wellbeing is also critical, which is why I set up MedCapital and MedWorld just for doctors and when you sign up with MedRecruit you’ll also get access to our sister companies. "
Dr Sam Hazledine