Imprint And Privacy Policy


Company: MMA Healthcare Recruitment UK Limited

Registered Address: Bank House, 81 St Jude's Rd, Englefield Green, Egham TW20 0DF,

Country: United Kingdom

Managing Director: Melinda Moolman

E-Mail: admin@mmarecruitment.com

Internet: www.mmarecruitment.com

Company Registration Number: 04331562

VAT Reg. No.: 157622500

Responsible with regards to contents: Melinda Moolman

Legal Notice:

Healthcare Recruitment UK Ltd. The content is copyright protected as an essential part of databases or by other industrial property rights. All rights reserved. In particular, reprints, making content publicly available, especially by including them on other websites and online services, links to websites of MMA Healthcare Recruitment UK Ltd, as well as duplication on data media of all kinds, for example CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, etc. including excerpts, are only permitted with prior written consent of MMA Healthcare Recruitment UK Ltd. MMA Healthcare Recruitment UK Ltd is not responsible for the content of web pages which are connected with a link and content that is, explicitly or by implication, characterized as third-party content, e.g. by copyright notice or by branding.



Data Protection Notice

The MMA service is designed for two categories of users:

  1. (a)  applicants seeking a job as a qualified medical worker, e.g. healthcare professional and nurse,
  2. (b)  institutions seeking qualified medical workers, e.g. hospitals and care homes.


The data controller processing your personal data in relation to this Data Protection Notice under applicable data-protection legislation is:

MMA Healthcare Recruitment UK Ltd

Data Protection Officer Melinda Moolman


If you have any questions regarding MMA´s handling of your personal data, you can contact our Data Protection Officer at any time. The Data Protection Officer can be reached at the above postal address and by e-mail at admin@mmarecruitment.com

Statutory and other rules

We strive for a transparent and honest service offering for applicants and institutions. In running its service MMA will comply with statutory data-protection provisions, particularly Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR) and the UK Data Protection Act .

Processing personal data

Whenever you use or interact with our Site (e.g. by completing and submitting information through a contact form, or by logging on to the Site with a username and password), your personal data is processed.

Personal data consists of information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. It specifically includes all information that may make it possible to ascertain your identity, for instance your name, your telephone number, your address or e-mail address. A natural person is regarded as identifiable if she or he can be identified either directly or indirectly.

Statistical data that we collect – for example, information obtained when visiting the Site that cannot be associated with you personally – does not constitute personal data.

Use for informational purposes

When you use MMA solely for informational purposes, i.e. if you do not log in, or are not otherwise transmitting information to us, we do not collect any personal data, except for the data which your browser transmits to make it possible for you to visit the Site. These elements are:

  • IP address
  • Date and time of enquiry
  • Content of request (specific page)
  • Website from which the request comes
  • Number of pages visited and searches carried out
  • Browser type, language and version
  • Operating system and version
  • Device (desktop, tablet, mobile)

Users’ IP addresses are deleted or anonymised once use is over. In an anonymisation process, the IP addresses are altered so that individual items of information regarding personal or material matters can no longer be attributed to a particular or identifiable natural person, or can only be so attributed through a disproportionate expenditure of time, costs and labour. We evaluate the data in so-called log files in order to improve the Site further, to make it more user friendly, and to find and correct defects more rapidly. The information is also used to manage server capacities for purposes of meeting relevant volume requirements.

The data processing described in this Section is necessary for you, in the first instance, to access content on the Site. The legal basis is Art. 6, Paragraph 1 (f) of the GDPR, based on MMA’s legitimate interest in making customers and potential customers aware of our free and paid offerings. The processing of relevant data is necessary to make the Site content available. Otherwise individuals would not be able to use the Site as desired.

Processing requisite data for health and care services

To supply the MMA service, it is necessary for MMA Healthcare Recruitment UK Ltd to process the personal data with which it has been entrusted in compliance with data protection rules. This will be done only if the processing by MMA, or by companies employed by MMA, of the personal data which are accrued when using the services and which are needed to carry them out is permissible by law. Specifically, the processing of necessary data for services in the health and care sector is required for the performance of a contract or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract. The legal basis is thus Art. 6, Paragraph 1, Point (b) of the GDPR. When initial contact is made, the following information is requested in detail:

  1. from applicants: name, first name, e-mail, telephone number, date of birth, existence of a professional licence, languages and language level, country in which professional training took place (deviations are possible, depending on from which region an application takes place);
  2. from businesses or institutions: name, first name, organisation or trading name, telephone, e-mail, country, comments.

Mandatory fields are marked as such. In the further course of the application in the health and care sector, additional data may be processed which become necessary before successful employment (e.g. certificates, proof of qualification, nationality, date of start of work). The legal basis is also Art. 6, Paragraph 1, Point (b) of the GDPR. If data are processed that are not necessarily required for an application but contribute to the success of a successful application, the legal basis is Art. 6 para. 1, f.) DSGVO based on the aforementioned interest.

We shall use your personal data, after you have actively informed us of them, for the secure performance of the service which you desire. Should we use data for a purpose which requires your consent under statutory provisions, we shall ask you for your express permission. You can revoke this permission, once given, at any time, or object to future uses of your data.

Further transmission

We shall not pass personal data on to third parties unless you have given your prior consent thereto or such further transmission is permitted in accordance with relevant statutory provisions. We reserve the right to transmit your data to our affiliated companies, business partners and consultants located both inside and outside UK and the European Union, in order to determine your entitlement to take part in the MMA programme. Unless designated otherwise, your data will be supplied to our partners for the following actions:

  • Making contact with candidates and institutions for our programmes
  • Checking candidates to ascertain whether they are qualified for our programmes
  • Drawing up candidate profiles which are supplied to the corresponding customers (care institutions, hospitals, etc.)
  • Drawing up company profiles which are supplied to our candidates
  • Support in the preparation and registration of the start of profession (authorities, health insurance)
  • Preparation and management of applications to check recognition of qualifications, and visa applications (if necessary)

Data which we pass on to service providers may only be used by our service providers to carry out their task. They have been selected by us carefully and have been commissioned in writing. They are bound to our instructions and we regularly monitor them. No other use of this information is permitted, nor is such other use made by any of the service providers whom we employ.

IP addresses (see Section 3.1) are deleted or anonymised after seven days at the latest.

Other data (see Section 3.2) serve to store information in order to find care offers or jobs in future. The data contained therein are erased if you contact us with a wish for erasure, unless contractual or legal duties conflict therewith or we have a duty to store these data or parts of these data. Should you countermand the storage and processing of personal data, we shall not be able supply you with services any longer.

We erase personal data without exception in the following cases and at the following intervals:

  • Candidates who leave the MMA programme, after 1 year.
  • Candidates who have been recruited by us through the MMA programme, after 3 years.
  • Employers with whom a contract of recruitment has been created, 1 year after the contract ends.
  • Employers without a contract of recruitment, 1 year after initial contact.

Use of cookies

Portions of our services require the use of so-called cookies. A cookie is a text file that is saved on your hard disk either temporarily (“session cookie”) or permanently (“permanent cookie”). Cookies are not used to execute programs or to load viruses onto your computer. Rather, cookies mainly allow us to customize products or services for you, and to make use of the Site as efficient as possible. It is customary for most browsers to be so set that they accept cookies. However, you can also adjust your browser so that it rejects cookies or asks you to confirm them in advance. If you reject cookies, our Site and services may not function as intended.

We also use cookies to design and optimise your online experience in a customized way. In that regard, we mainly use “session cookies”, which are deleted when a browser closes. Session cookies are used for log-in authentication and for system load balancing. We set cookies to collect usage data from you, and to process and use that data. Such use allows us to make the Site more user friendly, effective, and secure.

We use “permanent” cookies to identify and store your language, and to automatically detect whether you have already taken part in a survey or have already seen information and/or advertisements placed on the Site. This allows us to refrain from sending you the same information on your next visit to the Site. Permanent cookies are automatically deleted after a prescribed period, which may vary, depending on the cookie.

Analysis and advertising processes run by our website (See Section 7 below) are also based on cookies.

Your rights

Upon request, we will inform you whether and/or what personal data about you is stored with us. Subject to legal conditions and exceptions, you also have certain rights of correction, deletion, and restriction of processing with respect to your data. In addition, you may also have the right to receive from us, in a structured, current and machine-readable format, a copy of the data you provided to us. To exercise these rights, please contact us as set forth in Section 1 above. You can also contact us through that mechanism to receive information about the safeguards we use to protect personal data, or, if you desire to restrict the processing of your data under the terms of this Privacy Policy, either entirely or partially in relation to specific activities.

You have the right to revoke a consent previously provided to us at any time. The consequence of this is that we will no longer process your data in relation to that consent in the future. The revocation of the consent does not affect the legality of the processing carried out on the basis of the consent up to the revocation.

If we process your data on the basis of legitimate interests, you have the right to object to the processing of your data at any time for reasons arising out of your particular situation. If you object to data processing for direct marketing purposes, you have a general right of objection, which we will implement without requiring you to state your reasons for objecting.

If you wish to exercise your right of revocation or objection, simply send an informal message to the contact details listed above.

Finally, you have the right to complain to the regulatory authority responsible for data protection if you believe that your personal data is being processed in violation of applicable data-protection legislation. You can exercise this right at the regulatory authority in the member country of your place of residence, your place of work, or the place in which the violation allegedly took place.

10. Amendments to Data Protection Notice

We reserve the right to amend this data protection notice.

Date: July 2023

MMA Healthcare Recruitment UK Ltd | Reading, Berkshire | United Kingdom|