H1 Healthcare is a nationwide employer of Nursing and Care professionals for both the Public and Private healthcare sectors.
We work with Nurses, Care and Allied Health professionals across multiple disciplines and specialities at all levels - from recently qualified to senior management. Our focus is on getting you the work you want, the lifestyle fit you desire and the rewards you deserve.
Our Care at Home and Complex Care divisions can also provide short term or permanent care packages to adults and children alike, no matter how complex their needs are.
Happy Birthday Pam!
8/09/2017 by David Rennie
At H1 Healthcare we love a reason to party! This week we had a little party in our Boardroom to celebrate our CEO, Pam Easen’s birthday. Cake with a token number of candles and lots of love. Happy ...
An Inconvenient Truth
1/09/2017 by David Rennie
H1 Healthcare's Managing Director, Alan MacKenzie, looks into suitability of the modern day NHS using demographic and employment data rather than attention grabbing headlines... When health secreta...
Leaders in Healthcare - Sir David Nic...
2/08/2017 by David Rennie
Suhail Mirza, H1 Healthcare’s Chairman, has spent the past ten years or so, getting close to the most prominent leaders in the Healthcare Sector and has become widely acknowledged for his insightfu...
Client testimonial: Park Springs Care...
31/07/2017 by David Rennie
H1 Healthcare working with Park Springs Care Home Park Springs Care Home contacted H1 Healthcare in May 2016 following a downgrading from the Care Inspectorate. The management team required a consi...
John Gannon to head up permanent recr...
28/07/2017 by David Rennie
H1 Healthcare, the Scottish based specialist Recruitment Company serving the UK and international Healthcare Sectors, has appointed John Gannon as Head of its Permanent Recruitment unit. John bring...
Say "hello" to Margaret Rose
16/06/2017 by David Rennie
Name: Margaret Rose Smith Position: Nurse Manager / Learning and Development Manager How long have you worked with H1 Healthcare: Over a year Tell us a little about your career with H1 Healthcare I...
We salute our H1 Hawaiian High Fliers
8/06/2017 by David Rennie
Saturday 3rd June saw our team of H1 Healthcare Hawaiian High Fliers tackle Loch Lomond one oar-some stroke (sorry!) at a time! This rag-tag crew enjoyed sunshine, thunderstorms and lashings of wat...
Welcome back Kirsteen
18/05/2017 by David Rennie
Name: Kirsteen Boxall Position: Recruitment Consultant How long have you worked with H1 Healthcare: Two and a half years in total Tell us a little about your career with H1 Healthcare I originally ...
Happy International Nurses Day
12/05/2017 by David Rennie
Happy International Nurses' Day At H1 Healthcare we love nurses. We’re owned and managed by a nurse. The beliefs and values of nursing are ingrained in everything that we do. And most importantly, ...
Your questions answered
27/04/2017 by David Rennie
Changing job can be a big decision, and can sometimes feel like a leap of faith. That's where we come in. As a nationwide employer of nursing and healthcare staff there isn't a question that we hav...
Under the spotlight - Kim Millen
28/03/2017 by David Rennie
Name: Kim Millen Position: Oncall Team Leader How long have you worked with H1 Healthcare: Nearly two years Tell us a little about your career with H1 Healthcare I work in H1 Healthcare's oncall re...
A little "thank you" goes a long way
28/02/2017 by David Rennie
January saw the launch of our Agency Staff Gratitude Program, with one hundred of our most loyal staff receiving £25 M&S vouchers as a Valentine’s Day treat. Our people are the beating heart of ou...
Under the spotlight - Karen Anderson
22/02/2017 by David Rennie
Today we launch the first of our regular insights into life with H1 Healthcare. Over the coming months we'll be bringing you insights from our staff, whether based in our offices or working with ou...
Seasonal flu information
16/12/2016 by David Rennie
Flu (or influenza) is caused by a common virus that can affect your nose, throat and lungs. It’s sometimes referred to as ‘seasonal flu’ because it tends to occur at around the same time every year...
Winter driving advice
16/12/2016 by David Rennie
Don’t let the mild weather lull you into a sense of false security As 2016 moves quickly towards a close, we have to consider ourselves lucky so far, where ice and snow are concerned. But, inevitab...
Clinical tip - managing behaviour tha...
30/11/2016 by David Rennie
As a nurse in the clinical area we can at times be exposed to individuals who exhibit behaviour that is challenging and complex to manage. Adopt person-centred approaches in all areas of organisati...
Clinical tip - clinical risk assessment
16/11/2016 by David Rennie
Clinical risk assessment is defined as 'the systematic collection of information to determine the degree of harm (to self or other) that is likely at some point in time' As a nurse we must always b...
Clinical tip - Effective handovers
2/11/2016 by David Rennie
The nursing handover process is considered to be a crucial part of providing quality care in a healthcare environment and the quality of a report given may delay an individual nurse’s ability to pr...
Clinical tip - Safe administration of...
28/09/2016 by David Rennie
As a nurse, if you're ever in doubt about administering medication we would recommend that you follow the ‘Standards for medicine management’ issued by the Nursing and Midwifery Council. As a minim...
Meet the CEO
26/08/2016 by David Rennie
Our founder and chief executive Pam Easen will be featuring in the upcoming Meet the CEO book, launching on Friday 9th September. Pam, along with over 30 other recruitment leaders, provides her ins...