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Staffing shortages in healthcare are not a new problem, but the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the issue to unprecedented levels. According to the Nuffield Trust, hospitals across the United Kingdom could be short of 12,000 hospital doctors & over 50,000 nurses & midwives. This has put immense pressure on healthcare systems to find innovative solutions to meet the increasing demand for nursing staff.
One solution to staffing shortages is partnering with a healthcare staffing agency that specialises in providing qualified nurses for hospitals. Here are only 3 of the ways in which our agency can help hospitals meet their nursing needs:
Hospitals can face sudden spikes in patient demand that require additional staffing, staffing agencies can offer the flexibility needed to meet those demands. Our agency can quickly provide additional nurses to support hospitals during busy periods, which can help reduce wait times and improve patient satisfaction.
2. High-Quality Staff
Our agency has a rigorous screening process to ensure that we only provide competent and experienced nurses. Meaning these staff members will be qualified to fit right into their roles & support from the get-go.
3. Reduced Burnout
Nurse burnout is a growing concern in healthcare, and understaffing can contribute to this issue. By partnering with a healthcare staffing agency, hospitals can reduce the burden on their existing nursing staff and help prevent burnout. This can lead to higher staff retention rates and better patient outcomes.
In conclusion, partnering with a healthcare staffing agency can be an effective solution to navigate staffing shortages in hospitals. Our agency provides flexible, high-quality, cost-effective, and expert staffing solutions to help hospitals meet their nursing needs. Contact us today to learn more about how we can support your hospitals staffing requirements.
Armagh, Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon
£26.00 - £35.00 per hour