We have been very busy over the Christmas period; covering shifts, meeting new clients, employing new candidates and implementing our referral scheme. We wanted to take some time to show recognition for our team’s hard work and the enthusiasm of our new candidates.
Especially over the last month we have welcomed numerous nurses, and especially come to recognize the importance of nurse practitioners and, especially, ENP’s. Because we have managed to enable a lot of nurse’s work recently, we started thinking about the value of our Nurses.
GP and Nurses alike, we run our business primarily on the consensus that our GP’s and Nurses in Primary care are extremely important to us. They are the foundation to a successful healthcare system. We understand this, and it has helped us to become a tier one agency to provide work for. Not on the basis to sell ourselves – but to ensure the right GP or Nurse is placed where best suits them.
For those that are not aware, Nurse practitioners in the primary care industry, divide between two categories; Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) and Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP).
Due to our popularity of ENP’s, to understand just how important their roles are, we have displayed their duties:
The Emergency Care Practitioner provides advanced level care for patients with undiagnosed, undifferentiated needs. Nurses in this role may work across acute and community settings and will:
- Assess, plan implement and evaluate urgent care at an advanced level;
- Work autonomously, exercising a high degree of critical judgement to improve outcomes and experiences for patients;
- Provide expert clinical advice and expertise to patients, service users, carers and colleagues.
- Work as an expert practitioner, diagnosing, initiating treatment and referring onwards when indicated.
- Evaluate and manage the patient’s response to treatment;
- Contribute to the development and maintenance of safe, high quality services through a robust model of clinical governance;
- Contribute to the development of patient group directives, clinical guidelines, frameworks and competency tools;
- Contribute or lead education, research, audit and patient safety initiatives within the service.
We believe because of their duties they hold a lot of responsibility that can go unrecognized. We wanted to take the opportunity to illustrate just how important they are, and how helpful they have been to us.
We have also received feedback from our Nurses that helped us realize how important we are to them:
“I have been working with Primary Care Professionals for 1 year, as a self-employed ENP. I decided to commit to being self-employed after spending many years within the public and private sector. This was initially a scary prospect, as I was unsure if I would have enough work to support my family. Tawhid and his team have worked very closely with me to ensure that I have enough work to support my family and that I have enough time away from work to support them.” – Emergency Nurse Practitioner
We are happy to be in the healthcare industry, and provide medical practices and hospitals with the most suitable staff.
Please feel free to get in touch if you are a Nurse or GP, who wants to join our strong team.
We also have a referral scheme for both GP’s and Nurses. If you can refer a name of a GP or Nurse, you can earn from £1-£2,000+.
Also, please leave comments if you feel unappreciated in your position. We want to know your thoughts.
Primary Care Professionals: We care for you, so you can care for others.
Tel: 0203 137 2114