Just be careful in dealing with outside recruiters or agencies, if they ask for money up-front, I would stay away from them.
At least from I understand in the States, these recruiters or agencies are paid directly from the employers that use them to help find the right people for their medical facilities.
The recruiters or agencies either get paid a percentage or a certain set sum of compensation money from how they settle on your salary, either as a monthly or a yearly amount. So say, you're hired based on a year's contract of USD$60,000, then the hospital or the employer will pay on your behalf, for example, 2%-3% of $60,000 = $1,200 or $1,800.
That's why you should NOT have to pay an agency or recruiter, they are to EARN that money, but finding the job for you. But I'm sure there are plenty of unprofessional businesses out there that will always take advantage of the uninformed or the desperate jobseeker.