Pulse Nursing celebrate another Platinum Audit Status

We are celebrating following the NHS London Procurement Partnership annual audit. The final result of 99.61% is the best score ever awarded to a recruitment agency, honouring us our Platinum status for another year.

The LPP audit involves inspecting a 10% representative sample of individual temporary worker files who are currently, working in the NHS. The audit ensures that during the recruitment process, all the essential criteria in terms of pre-employment checks, including DBS, interviews, clinical referencing training, and qualification verifications are being met, a total of 46 items per file.

The Platinum Audit Status formally recognises our continued commitment to provide you with highly skilled nurses and midwives that meet and exceed all mandatory compliance and vetting procedures.

Marcella Pergande, Managing Director of Pulse London Nursing said: “We are very proud to achieve our Platinum status. Our Recruitment and Compliance team have worked extremely hard to ensure we maintain our high standards. However it would not have been possible without the commitment our nurses and midwives have in supporting and supplying the necessary documentation we require to ensure we provide the highest quality nurses and midwives to deliver the highest levels of compassionate care to patients.”

Pulse Nursing has been placing high-calibre nurses into the NHS and private healthcare sector since 1996 and is now recognised as the UK’s number one supplier.

This reputation is based on consultants’ clinical and industry expertise. They specialise by sector and work closely with clients to gain an in- depth understanding of their recruitment needs in order to provide a tailored service.

Pulse’s 24-hour service means they provide suitably skilled healthcare professionals at any time of the day or night.

If you are looking for job opportunities in London please visit our nursing jobs page, or for further information and to speak to a consultant please contact our team.

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