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Heart Healthcare understands the work you do. We even adhere to the 6 C’s of nursing to make sure that we look after you the best we can. Care is at the core of our business, just as it is yours. Compassion means treating you with respect and dignity throughout your application. We’re competent in our knowledge of the job market, allowing us to advise you on the right decision. We aim to stay in constant communication with you throughout your application and after you start work, delivering you updates and guidance where necessary. Courage allows us to help you take the next step in your career- whether it’s your first nursing job or you’re applying for a managerial role, we’re here to help you aim higher. Our commitment to you doesn’t stop when we find you your next job, in fact we take pride our continuing service making sure that you’re happy in your new environment.

What we do

Our goal is to provide you with a full, professional recruitment package tailored to your specific needs. We achieve this by understanding three things: who you are, what you do and how you do it. We believe that by understanding these we are better able to source quality candidates that will share your values and integrate well within your culture.

We also have a qualified Nurse and Healthcare Assistant on our team to train our consultants in asking the right questions to find you the best staff, preventing ineffective recruitment.

At Heart Healthcare, the scope of our expertise extends all the way from hospitals and nursing homes to mental health organisations and community care. Our staff are even experienced in International and European Union recruitment drives, extending our candidate base far beyond that of just the UK.

Latest News

  • New nursing apprentice role announced

    Posted in News on Dec 02, 2016

    Aspiring nurses can soon enrol on a new on-the-job apprenticeship role, the government says. From September 2017, up to 1,000 NHS staff will be able to take up the training without having to go down the conventional university route to get a nursing degree. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt says it complements the nursing associate role announced a year ago. Both initiatives aim to offer flexible routes into nursing in England. They might also give students an affordable way to train, since ministers plan to scrap student bursaries for nurses in September 2017. Student nurses at university are cur...

  • Mitie withdraws from healthcare as it issues second profit warning

    Posted in News on Nov 28, 2016

    Outsourcing group’s shares fall 18% in early trading as £128m write-off drives it to £100m pre-tax loss for half-year Lady McGregor-Smith, Mitie chief executive, announced soon after the first profit warning that she would step down. Mitie has published its second profit warning in two months after the outsourcing company’s customers continued to reduce spending due to rising costs and economic uncertainty. The company also said it would withdraw from its healthcare business, which provides home care for the elderly. The £128m cost of writing off the business drove Mitie to a £100m pre-tax lo...

  • NHS partners with Google's DeepMind AI to improve healthcare

    Posted in News on Nov 24, 2016

    The partnership between NHS and Google's DeepMind AI has raised privacy concerns regarding patient data. Google has revealed that its AI engine Deep Mind is currently using NHS data to aid doctors and health care professionals diagnose patients, which has raised concerns over patient privacy. The company's AI has been employed by doctors at the Royal Free Hospital in London, who claim that the technology can help free up over half a million hours per year spent on paperwork and the extra time could be allotted to treating patients. DeepMind is used at the hospital to send alerts to doctors wh...

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