What We Expect (Nurses)

Medilink Nursing agency will endeavor to obtain suitable assignments for our Qualified Nurses.

Please keep us informed of your availability on a weekly basis so we can maximise the amount of work you receive.

  • Never travel to a shift wearing your uniform, only put your uniform on once you have arrived at your assignment. Black or Navy trousers should be worn with your tunic and no trainers. You will not need to wear your uniform if your assignment is at a Psychiatric Home ( we will advise you when we allocate your assignment).
  • When you arrive at your place of work for the first time, please make yourself aware of the Fire Procedure, Crash Call Procedures and receive a detailed handover.
  • Whilst working please ensure your Identification Badge is always displayed. You will need to re-new your badge every year.
  • If you cannot go to a shift for whatever reason, please give Medilink as much notice as possible to allow enough time for us to recover the shift. If you are going to be late for whatever reason please call us to let us know (not the client) and then we will contact them to apologise on your behalf. Plan your journey and keep a record of your shifts in a diary.


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"The staff Medilink Nursing supply are of an extremely high calibre, hard working and conscientious. The telephone staff are always polite, courteous and eager to help where they can. I have full confidence in Medilink knowing they will always supply the best staff and always deal with all my needs"

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