Find you the right shifts to cover your requirements
Some agencies just react to client requirements providing "fill a hole" type jobs for their nurses.
Medicat carefully recruit our nurses and get to know our valued nursing team and their personalities; always promoting professionalism and professional development.
This means we find the right opportunities for our nurses and equips us with the opportunity to meet, with continuity, the specific needs of our clients. Many of whom we have strong, professional and personable relationships with.
We are a small, local independent agency so healthy and strong relationships play a vital role in the support we provide not only to our clients but also our nursing team.
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Emergency nurse practitioners are capable of fulfilling much needed roles in a variety of locations, from emergency departments to urgent care, walk-in centres, and minor injury units – areas currently under extreme pressures from poor staffing levels and unmanageable workloads.
Registered general nurses (RGN) and registered mental health nurses (RMN) for care and nursing home services. Our nurses are compassionate, trained in dementia care and falls training, and competent to undertake a leadership role when necessary.
As the first point of contact for many patients and members of the public, healthcare assistants need to be well-presented and confident with good interpersonal skills. Working in care homes, hospitals, mental health, in the community and the GP surgery, they are at the front line of patient care and at the heart of many organisations.
The right shifts
We always strive to match our nursing team to the demands of our clients, often at short notice.
Whether a half day, full day or night shift, whether a hospital, nursing home, minor injury unit, walk in centre, GP practice, even schools, we can offer a variety of shift opportunities.
We know and understand our clients, as we do our nursing team and provide the best support for them both.