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National home care and agency staffing provider Nurse Plus has been announced as a finalist in two categories of the prestigious Health Investor Awards 2017.
Nurse Plus, which operate 50 branches across the UK, will be up against other national healthcare providers in the categories of ‘Recruiter of the Year’ and ‘Social Care Domiciliary Provider.’
Pamela Bruce, Nurse Plus managing director, commented: “Nurse Plus is always striving to go above and beyond in all areas of the care sector. Our domiciliary care has grown rapidly over the last five years and we recognise how important our employees are in delivering this service.
“Being nominated for these awards celebrates the high level of care that our workforce provides and we’re thrilled to have been recognised for our hard work.”
Nurse Plus will be judged for their excellence in the provision of recruitment services in the healthcare sector as well as the delivery of quality care in a patient’s own home.
Winners will be announced on June 1st at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel, attended by over 1,200 of the sectors leading figures and attracting a high volume of advisors, investors and operators within healthcare.