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UK podiatrist relocating to Singapore

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by apettican, Apr 19, 2006.

  1. apettican

    apettican Welcome New Poster


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    Hello. We are relocating to Singapore later this summer, with my husbands work. Currently i am on maternity leave, however i am very keen on any part-time podiatry work in Sinapore. I have experience in the private sector and NHS. Currently i work in the Diabetic Foot Clinic, hospital based (seven years experience). If anyone has any suggestions regarding podiatry work in Singapore i would appreciate any information. Thank you.
     
  2. gangrene

    gangrene Member

    Podiatrists are highly in demand in Singapore. I don't think you have any problem getting a job there. I would suggest you search on a list of hospitals in Singapore and express your interests of the position with the human resource. More than unlikely that they will need a part-timer.However, it's worth giving it a try and see how it goes. Lotsa luck to you!
     
  3. gailhampson

    gailhampson Welcome New Poster

    hi good luck ive worked in hospitals 4 over 16 yrs and are considering 2 moving 2 spain gail
     
  4. eljay

    eljay Welcome New Poster

    work in Singapore

    There was a job advertised in Podiatry Now (around March/April) for work in Singapore. Also, one of my former lecturers emailed me last year saying there was work going in Singapore General Hopspitalfor podiatrists. Sorry I don't have more details to hand, but I suggest you search google and you'll find some info. Best of luck!
     
  5. gangrene

    gangrene Member

  6. apettican

    apettican Welcome New Poster

    Thank you very much for that information. Very interesting!
    Cheers
    Alison
     
  7. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

    apettican

    Try contacting Torin Ogrady, <giddyup007@hotmail.com> he has recently been working in a Singapore Hospital.

    Cameron
     
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