İzmir & İstanbul Promotional Conference

Sponsored by NEU Professionals Ltd


21 June 2023

DoubleTree by Hilton Alsancak


23 June 2023

DoubleTree by Hilton Topkapi

England is recruiting Turkish healthcare professionals!

Are you a healthcare professional looking for new opportunities? Consider relocating your career to England and join the National Health Service (NHS)! With a rich history of providing world-class healthcare, the NHS offers a dynamic and diverse work environment where you can expand your skills and make a meaningful impact on the lives of patients. Join the team of dedicated professionals and discover the rewarding experience of working for one of the largest and most respected healthcare systems in the world.

At the conference, you will have the chance to connect with NHS recruitment representatives who will share valuable information about jobs, the types of roles available, and the qualifications and requirements needed to apply. You will also learn about the relocation process and get tips on how to settle into your new life in England.

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to learn about the possibilities that await you at the NHS. Register now for the conference and take the first step towards advancing your healthcare career!

Edyta meets with NHS Nurses and Midwives

Edyta Ozbek chats with Pakize Durmaz about the opportunities available to Turkish Nurses and other healthcare professionals for our upcoming conference in Izmir and Istanbul. Both Pakize and Edyta will be in Turkey to share their experiences with international recruitment and how easy it can be.

Edyta Ozbek and Shahla Bakhtiari discuss the career advancement opportunities available to Iranian Midwives and other healthcare professionals. They discuss international recruitment challenges and how NEU Professionals helps candidates at every step.

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Meet the Speakers

Edyta Ozbek (NEU Professionals Managing Director), Laura Pueyo Galindo (NEU Professionals Recruitment Consultant) and other healthcare professionals will be in Izmir and Istanbul for a few days speaking about the amazing career advancement opportunities for Turkish healthcare professionals, including:


Edyta Ozbek

NEU Professionals Managing Director

Laura Pueyo Galindo

NEU Recruitment Consultant
and former international NHS Nurse


Inspirational Leader and NHS Department Lead Nurse Manager (Matron - Band 8)

Programme Director Clinical Workforce & Professional Standards at Sirona Care & Health

Resourcing Partner at
Sirona Care & Health

International Education & Development Consultant at Occupational English Test (OET)

Practice Development Midwife and Recruitment and Retention Lead at Barts Health

Practical Development Midwife at
Barts Health

International Recruitment Lead at CapitalMidwife

The NHS is currently recruiting

Registered Nurses

In the National Health Service (NHS) in England, nurses play a crucial role in the delivery of healthcare services. Their responsibilities may vary depending on their area of specialization, but some common duties of nurses in the NHS including providing direct patient care, collaborating with other healthcare professionals, educating patients and families, advocating for patients, and providing emotional support.

Nurse Adjusting Patient's Pillow

Registered Midwives

Midwives play a vital role in providing care and support to women and their families during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. Some of the key responsibilities include providing antenatal care to women during pregnancy, labour and delivery, and continuing support postnatal care. They also provide advocate and educate women and their families, ensuring that their wishes and needs are respected and supported.

Medical Doctors

Doctors play a crucial role in delivering healthcare services. Their responsibilities may vary depending on their area of specialization, but usually include diagnosing and treating medical conditions, prescribing medications, ordering diagnostic tests, performing medical procedures, providing preventive care and anaging chronic conditions, and collaborating with other healthcare professionals.

Clinical Psychologists

Clinical psychologists in England play a vital role in the provision of mental health services, using their expertise in assessment, diagnosis, and treatment to help patients with mental health conditions improve their quality of life.

Allied Health Professionals (AHPs)

Learning disability nurses work to provide specialist healthcare and support to people with a learning disability, as well as their families and staff teams, to help them live a fulfilling life.

Roles We are NOT currently recruiting

Our NHS Trusts are NOT recruiting Nursing Assistants, Carers, Practical Nurses, Physiotherapists or Medical Lab Technicians from overseas at this time. Please follow our social media for announcements if these roles become available.

Sponsored English Language Training

We are currently accepting applications from qualified overseas Registered Nurses with experience as Mental Health and Learning Disability nurses who are yet to pass their English Language exam! Our NHS Trusts are funding this additional training to assist qualified nurses to pass their OET exams. Qualified nurses must meet certain criteria for sponsorship and funding; please apply now for more details.

Our partner English language school Specialist Language Courses (SLC) will ascertain your current level of English according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). A minimum score of C1 in writing is required in a needs analysis form to be considered for the courses. For more information about SLC you may visit the this link.

Support Webinars & Conferences



Our series of webinars offer you the opportunity to engage with our recruitment consultants and NHS Trusts. Learn about all the benefits of working for the NHS, living in the UK, and how to register with your healthcare regulatory council. We’ll also help you with interview preparation. Please attend as many of these support webinars as you can to answer your questions and make your recruitment and relocation a success!



21 June 2023

DoubleTree by Hilton Alsancak


23 June 2023

DoubleTree by Hilton Topkapi


South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SWYPFT) has a catchment of 1 million people from a variety of backgrounds and they provide community, mental health and learning disability services to this catchment area, including the people who live in Barnsley, Calderdale, Wakefield and Kirklees.

SWYPFT work in partnership with different NHS organisations and local authorities and departments within the government. The trust strives to deliever a high quality service to all patients and strongly believes in working in partnership is vital to achieve this. The trusts services in the community are well supported by hospital inpatient services to ensure that when patients are identified as requiring hospital assessment and support this can quickly be arranged.


NEU Professionals is known for our award-winning recruitment services in the medical and healthcare communities around the world. But we know that we cannot do it alone without the support of our partners here in the UK and abroad.

North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT)

Providing mental health and community health services for communities across London, Essex & Kent.

North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT)​ provides an extensive range of integrated community and mental health services for people living in the London boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge and Waltham Forest and community health services for people living in the south west Essex areas of Basildon, Brentwood and Thurrock. We provide an Emotional Wellbeing Mental Health Service for children and young people across the whole of Essex. We are the provider of all age eating disorder services and child and adolescent mental health services across Kent and Medway.

With an annual budget of £490 million, we provide care and treatment for a population of circa 4.3 million. We employ approximately 6,500 staff who work across 210 bases in London, Essex, Kent and Medway.

Sirona Care & Health

We provide you and your community with high quality specialist health and social care services.

Sirona CIC is a social enterprise based in the UK that provides health and social care services to communities. Their aim is to improve the health and well-being of individuals and promote independence.

The organization offers a wide range of services including nursing care, therapy services, mental health support, and community services. They work with people of all ages and focus on delivering high-quality care that is tailored to the individual’s needs. Sirona CIC strives to empower individuals to take control of their own health and actively participate in decision-making regarding their care.

Sirona CIC operates as a Community Interest Company, which means they reinvest any profits they make back into the services they provide, rather than distributing them to shareholders. They work in partnership with other healthcare organizations, local authorities, and community groups to deliver integrated and holistic care.

Specialist Language Courses (SLC)

UK's Leading Medical English Provider

We teach English to healthcare professionals and students – doctors, nurses, pharmacists, carers – who travel to work and study in other countries, care for international patients in their home countries, and participate in international healthcare projects.

We teach them the English used in healthcare – communicating with patients and colleagues, medical terminology, hospital terms, and the language used in research. And we teach them to pass the tests they need to register in English-speaking countries, primarily OET and IELTS, so facilitating international movement and enabling global healthcare staffing shortages to be better addressed.

When we help healthcare professionals to communicate effectively, work where there is need, and provide invaluable support to overstretched healthcare systems such as here in the UK, we contribute to the care received by patients and their families around the world.

Occupational English Test (OET)

English language test for healthcare professionals

OET provides a valid and reliable assessment of all four language skills – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking – with an emphasis on communication in medical and health professional settings.

With over 30 years of research, the OET test is regularly updated to keep pace with changes in language testing in a healthcare context. There is strong emphasis on the ongoing validity and reliability of the test.

Most UK healthcare councils require candidates to have at least a B grade in each of the four sub-tests and recognise results as valid for up to two years.

OET is available for a variety of healthcare professions, including: dentistry, dietetics, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, podiatry, radiography, and speech pathology.

OET is available 14 times per year and can be taken at test venues around the world.

Corporate and Social Responsibility

We care for the communities in our sourcing countries and are committed to ensuring our relationships are mutually beneficial. It is imperative that any recruitment initiative is sustainable for our Clients and the sourcing country, and can result in successful recruitment in the future.

Feedback from the Zambia Union of Government and Allied Workers (UG Zambia)

“The Union has partnered with NEU Professionals and this gives confidence to the workers. We are excited as a Union because we want our members to be protected always. Of course, our priority is that the workers rights must always come first. We are going to be with these workers… from now onwards until they train in the UK.”

Feedback from Botswana Nurses Union (BONU)

“We want our nurses to grow professionally and we think as they go to these first-world countries they will gain more experience and we’re hoping some of them will come back to Botswana and bring that experience and bring those skills with them as well.”