Adevia, established 2003, is an international company based in central London. It recruits for over 350 hospitals across the United States (US) and its United Kingdom (UK) operations see the company hiring for large hospitals primarily in London and the south east.
Adevia Africa’s operations, admin hub, NCLEX Prep School and NCLEX-15 Distance Learning are located in Nairobi, Kenya. There is a satellite office with an experienced Country Director, Clinical Director and Manager in Abuja, Nigeria:
Country Director: Sir Joe Madu
Phone: +1 469 867 1149 (also WhatsApp)
Country Manager: Abiodun Idowu
Phone: +234 802 318 3924 (also WhatsApp)
Skype (Live): TBC
Director of Nursing: Priscilla Madu MSN Family Nursing
Phone: +1 469 867 1148 (also WhatsApp)
Country Medical Director: Dr Mercy Madu
Phone: +234 817 151 7610 (also WhatsApp)
Nurses from Nigeria benefit from a strong education, clinical training and of course all are fluent English speakers. In either the UK, US or the Middle East the possibilities for financial and career advancement are considerable.
The following pages will give a brief overview of the processes and necessary to launch your international nursing career. Both destinations broadly cover the same ground with regard to credential checking testing. Also, you’ll see that the expenses to get you to the any of these destinations are almost entirely covered by Adevia, the hospital or its staffing company. Considerable information is available to you via the links on the right of the pages, as you’ll see this addresses everything from detailed immigration information to our three main areas USA, UK and the Middle East through to house prices and mortgages rates in Texas.
These countries possess advanced sophisticated health care regimes. In the UK it is essentially state administered whilst that of the USA is mostly private and driven by the free market forces for which the country is famous. The Middle East, driven by Adevia’s office in Dubai offers one or more high paying years in an entrancing culture. Below is further detail on nursing registration and nursing jobs in both the USA, UK and the Gulf states: