National Locums, the Milton Keynes-based recruitment consultancy, is embarking on a new – and very personal – charity fundraising campaign for 2015, following last year’s success in raising more than £7,000 for the Milton Keynes Hospital children’s unit. Read more »
A team from National Locums are to run five miles at Blenheim Palace in support of the Oxford Children’s Hospital. Read more »
With the pressures on the NHS resulting in growing numbers of hospitals declaring ‘major incident’ status, and health set to become a key battleground in the forthcoming general election, National Locums nursing division has demonstrated that the plight of hospitals can be eased – providing speed and accuracy of supply is matched by integrity. Read more »
Let’s face it, doctors who want to practise in the UK need to cross more hurdles than the runners and riders in the Grand National.
Of course, all these checks are necessary to ensure that the doctors National Locums supplies to NHS and independent hospitals are among the best of the best.
Two team members at National Locums, the Milton Keynes-based medical recruitment consultancy, have been shortlisted for prestigious national awards.
Emma Kent, 26, the company’s senior recruitment consultant, has been shortlisted in the Consultant of the Year category in the prestigious 2014 REC/IRP Awards, run by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation and the Institute of Recruitment Professionals.
Emma is the agency’s most senior consultant, responsible for providing locum surgeons to NHS and independent hospitals across Britain.
Ryan Don, 19, who only joined National Locums last year, has been shortlisted in the Best Newcomer of the Year category. Ryan supplies anaesthetists to UK hospitals – and was first to the top of Ben Nevis in the company’s recent charity climb to raise funds for Milton Keynes hospital.
Says National Locums managing director David Cook: “We are very proud of this independent validation of Emma and Ryan’s terrific contribution to our company’s success, and their ever-improving skills in supplying much-needed senior practitioners to the NHS and independent hospitals.”