Your World Healthcare has been supplying quality healthcare professionals to the public and private sector in the UK for over a decade. With offices in locations around the world, including Dublin, Dubai and Sydney, we not only cater to the United Kingdom but have developed and perfected multiple international healthcare recruitment solutions.
In this ever-changing industry, we believe in moving with the times, whether that be ensuring that our recruitment experts are using the latest technology or that our clients are receiving an innovative, modern service.
Our complete package of healthcare workforce solutions covers a wide range of sectors and specialties, which means our clients find the healthcare staff they require so easily that it’s no wonder we’re the healthcare provider of choice for so many NHS Trusts and private organisations across the UK.
Your World Healthcare is a member of 5 major NHS Improvement approved frameworks, including Crown Commercial Services (CCS), the Collaborative Procurement Partnership (CPP), HealthTrust Europe (HTE), NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership, and NHS Scotland. We also have multiple extensive private contracts in place for the supply of nurses throughout the United Kingdom.
Our extensive catalogue of over 90,000 high-calibre candidates, carefully selected via our in-depth candidate vetting process, provides our clients with abundant choice so their temporary, fixed term or permanent requirements will be met with precisely the right candidate for each vacancy. All healthcare professionals employed via Your World are subject to our rigorous compliance process, which adheres to NHS standards and those expected of a leading healthcare recruitment agency in the UK.
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