NHS Streamlining Conference: The Launch of YW Managed Services - 23rd March
31st Mar, 2016
YW Managed Services would like to thank all who visited us at the streamlining conference at Aston Villa Football Club on 23rd March, it was lovely to meet you all.
The Streamlining conference was a fantastic opportunity to position our new service (YW Managed Services) and enhance our brand in front of approximately 300 delegates representing the 72 NHS organisations participating in the Streamlining programme.
Delegates at the event included Directors of HR and Workforce alongside senior managers across all areas of Recruitment, Medical Staffing, Statutory & Mandatory training and Occupational Health.
Richard Watson & Nicky Moore at our YW Managed Services Stand
About YW Managed Services
YWMS is a unique staffing solution focused exclusively on the healthcare sector. Our state of the art service is supported by innovative software systems that allow clients, candidates and third party agencies to work in partnership to give new levels of service within healthcare workforce management.
YW Managed Service team will tailor a unique solution to save your trust time, money and support best practice giving you full access with our reporting tolls to real time management Information.
Our Implementation team will work with you using agreed terms of reference to deliver a framework compliant solution which fully matches your needs.
If you require any further information or would like to arrange a demonstration, visit our newly launched YW Managed Services website: http://www.ywmanagedservices.com
You can also contact our dedicated team by email [email protected] or call 0207 220 6669
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