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Kieran Barnby is probably National Locums most hirsute member of staff, with a splendid thatch of hair and bushy beard to match.
But no more. (more…)
National Locums, the Milton Keynes-based medical recruitment consultancy, has been ratified as one of the most successful UK recruitment agencies, just six years after it was launched.
An industry-wide survey by Recruitment International magazine of recruitment companies, from national High Street generalist agencies through to independent companies recruiting in specialist sectors, has listed National Locums at number 415 in the Top 500. (more…)
National Locums, the Milton Keynes-based medical recruitment agency, has won a major new NHS Framework (preferred supplier) award.
The company will supply mental healthcare professionals, including psychiatrists, to the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, covering hospitals and community health centres in 32 towns in the Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and south central region.
National Locums is one of the fastest-growing specialist recruitment agencies in the country, and is an existing Framework supplier to national and regional frameworks, including Crown Commercial Services, Health Trust Europe and HSC Health and Social Care Northern Ireland, covering hundreds of hospitals across the UK.
Says National Locums managing director David Cook: “We are delighted to have achieved the Oxford award, which is continued evidence of our ability to supply doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals of the highest quality.”
National Locums, the Milton Keynes-based medical recruitment agency, has made a successful start to its major European campaign to find top quality locum doctors and nurses for the NHS. (more…)
Have you ever been in a nurse’s car? If not, here are eight things you can expect to find in one:
1) Three pairs of worn out flat shoes
…because the amount of walking we do would give Forrest Gump a run for his money.
Have you ever gone into a shoe shop and said “Oh my God! Look how cushioned that sole is?” Yeah, didn’t think so, we have!