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Sugarman Medical

Sugarman Medical is a market leader and specialist recruiter of the following specific clinical professions, each with a dedicated page on this site:

Founded by qualified clinical professionals, we are based in central London from where we assist clients throughout London and the entire United Kingdom.

If you are a locum seeking our assistance and support, we will always meet with you in person to fully assess your future career goals and personal expectations. Our approach is to proactively represent you to our vast network of contacts throughout the United Kingdom until we have safely confirmed you into an opportunity of your choice.

Having placed you, we will be on hand to support you on a daily basis, contacting you every week offering our ongoing support and ensuring you are entirely happy and completely supported.

We hope to hear from you very soon.






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