Nurses are in high demand all over the world. Ireland is no exception. Ireland is a country the size of Kerala and is inhabited by approx. 5 million people. Official language is English.
The healthcare system in Ireland is considered to be a comprehensive system with a public health service funded by the government and an expanding private health careservice.
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) is the regulatory board that overseas nursing regulations in Ireland. According to Statista, he number of nursing staff employed decreased from 39 thousand in 2007 to approximately 34.2 thousand in 2013. Subsequently, it increased reaching approximately 37.9 thousand employees in 2019.
Indian nurses who meet the licensure criteria set by NMBI can work as registered nurse in many of the hospitals, care homes, or old age homes in Ireland. The registration criteria for overseas nurses are mentioned below.