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The Lord Mayor of Leeds visited Nurseplus’ newest branch to officially welcome the healthcare recruitment company to the city. Councillor Jane Dowson was given a tour of the office, which includes a fully equipped training room, as well as meeting the Nurseplus staff team to find out more about their caring roles. The Lord Mayor has a great understanding of the importance of excellent training and personable staff within the healthcare industry, which coincides with her charity work. Lizzie Holden, Senior Branch Manager at Nurseplus’ Leeds branch, commented: “I am delighted we have now officially opened our newest Nurseplus branch. We now have four branches across the Yorkshire region offering varied and flexible work opportunities for healthcare staff and a quality care service to our clients. “We were honoured to have the Lord Mayor of Leeds officially open our branch and we look forward to growing our business across the region.” Nurse Plus was established in 2005 by a group of experienced healthcare and recruitment experts. Since then the company has grown rapidly and provides home care and nursing agency services, with 60 branches across the UK. The company’s progress has been underlined by the recent investment from Sovereign Capital and shortlisting for a number of high profile health and social care industry awards.
For more information, visit www.nurseplusuk.com.