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  • Roles to start immediately
  • Excellent rates of pay with a weekly payroll
  • Covering all grades and specialties
  • Various shift patterns and availability to suit your requirements
  • Previous UK experience needed
  • Excellent commuter locations
  • Better cost of living in Wales
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  • Free parking on-site and support finding accommodation

Unsure how easily accessible Wales is? Use the handy map below to find out more about reaching South Wales by car and train.

Working as a locum doctor for a Health Board in Wales has a lot of benefits in itself, but you will also get to enjoy the great sense of community you’ll find in South Wales. Alongside this there’s affordable housing, better cost of living, natural landscape right on your doorstep and plenty of great attractions to visit.

Here’s just 5 of the top things we recommend you check out during your time in South Wales.

As the capital of Wales, Cardiff is a must-visit destination. With plenty of things to keep you occupied, from touring the Cardiff Bay area or visiting the well-preserved, leading heritage attraction of Cardiff castle.

Situated just next door to Royal Gwent Hospital, Belle Vue Park’s tea rooms is the perfect spot for a bit of relaxing and catching up with friends. The tea rooms are located inside the Victorian conservatory and is renowned for its exquisite food.

If you’re looking for some exciting exhibitions and live music, then the Penarth Pier is for you. Overlooking the Severn estuary the art deco styled pavilion was recently refurbished.

Walking or hiking more your thing? Then tackling the Wales Coast Path’s 870 mile route could be for you. The first in the world to follow the entire coastline of a country, you can discover unspoilt beaches, wildlife and plenty of pubs and restaurants along the way. 2022 sees the Wales Coast Path celebrate its 10th anniversary since its launch in 2012.

Open Monday to Saturday, Swansea Market is the largest indoor market in Wales and is home to a selection of specialist stalls offering everything from fresh produce to antiques and bespoke gifts. The original market was opened in 1897 under the largest structure of glass and wrought iron in the UK, but unfortunately was ruined by World War II. Thankfully Swansea’s indoor market was rebuilt and now holds space for over 100 stalls.

Walking or hiking more your thing? Then tackling the Wales Coast Path’s 870 mile route could be for you. The first in the world to follow the entire coastline of a country, you can discover unspoilt beaches, wildlife and plenty of pubs and restaurants along the way.

Swansea Market is the largest in Wales and is home to a selection of specialist stalls. Originally it opened in 1897 under the largest structure of glass and wrought iron in the UK, but unfortunately this was ruined by World War II. Thankfully it was rebuilt and now holds space for over 100 stalls.

Interested in working as a locum doctor in South Wales through Athona? Make sure to check out our latest job roles and get started with the registration process today.

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