LOVE FROM ELLENOR
APPEAL FOR MORE CLINICIANS
South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation
Trust (SECAmb) is expecting to increase the number of clinical advisors working in its emergency operations and NHS 111 centres following successful recruitment events in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The event, organised by Health Sector Jobs, was targeted at clinicians wanting to work in the UK.
SECAmb’s decision to attend the event followed a great deal of work to recruit nurses and fill clinical vacancies in both 999 and 111 centres. Ahead of the event, SECAmb received significant interest and shortlisted dozens As Chair of the ellenor board of Trustees I wanted to personally thank Kent Life and in particular editor Sarah Sturt for all their support for our charity over the past five years. In her role as a patron, Sarah attended many of our supporter events and has been a huge advocate of our work. During this time we have had the benefit of Kent Life showcasing the breadth of our hospice care and support to local families. Our work of candidates for interview, including British nurses wanting to return to the UK, as well as nurses from a range of other countries. A total of 48 offers of employment were made following interviews.
The increase in clinicians will improve the safety of all patients waiting for an ambulance response, especially lower-priority category 3 and 4 patients. together has shown readers that hospices aren’t simply places people come to die, but they enable people to live and make lasting memories.
Charity partnerships are hugely important and beneficial and enable us to raise much needed funds and awareness.
Thank you Kent Life from everyone at ellenor and wishing you all a Happy New Year.