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We are a specialist medical recruitment agency, providing permanent recruitment solutions to healthcare providers Nationwide.
We offer a personal service with care as standard, with tailor made recruitment packages to suit every unique requirement, large or small and at every level within the healthcare sector.
Providing this quality of service to both the NHS and Private Sector we will help you with your next career move ensuring quality roles for quality candidates and we pride ourselves on delivering a professional, friendly service to both our candidate and clients.
Whatever your recruitment needs, pick up the phone and call us anytime. We are here to support you every step of the way!
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Description This Deputy Home Manager role is special. If you are the best, the salary will be even better. My client is looking for an experienced Deputy (Nurse) Manager. The home is situated in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk Broads at Wroxham, a popular but sedate village next to Hoveton. The home is a […]
My client is currently looking for a Consultant Psychologist for their service in Dundee. My client cares for and support adults living with a learning disability or autism in specialist hospitals and residential services throughout the UK. Their purpose is to make a positive difference to the people and their families by delivering person-centred health […]
My client is recruiting for a full time Occupational Therapist to join their multi-disciplinary team, working with adults with serious and enduring mental illness , at their soon to be opened private mental health hospital based in Gimingham, Norfolk. They are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and forward thinking occupational therapist to join their friendly […]
Job Introduction CLINICAL LEAD RGN, Horsham My client is looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated experienced nurse to join the team as a Clinical Lead. The successful candidate will have significant experience working in the Nursing and Care Home setting and have drive and interest to shape and improve services provided by staff to […]
Job: Staff Nurse / Senior Staff Nurse RMN My client is currently recruiting for a number of Nurses RMN both senior and staff to join their growing team of specialists providing care and support to individuals with mental health conditions, challenging behaviour for their soon to be opened private hospital. Located near Gimingham, Norfolk the […]
Job: Support Worker My client is currently looking for a number of support workers to join their growing team at their private Brain Injury unit, close to the centre of Leicester. My client is a provider of specialised care. They offer a seamless pathway of services from their residential rehabilitation and care for people with […]
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