Nurse Plus expand branch network
The Crawley office will be opening on the 22nd June 2015, with Lorraine Harmer heading it up as branch manager.
Harmer has been with Nurse Plus since 2012 as a recruitment consultant within the company's Eastbourne office,
So far this year the national healthcare recruitment agency has opened branches in Cheltenham, Chester and Wisbech and have confirmed plans to open more offices in a range of locations throughout the year.
There has been an increase of 34.8% in the number of people pay rolled in the year with an increase in the number of hours worked of 39%.
Within the past few weeks the company has also made a number of internal promotions.
This month saw Nurse Plus Chester open,, which marked the company's 39th branch. It will be managed by Sue Deaville, former consultant at Newcastle under Lyme. Deaville joined Nurse Plus as a recruitment consultant in 2012.
The company has also announced new additions to the operations team.
Mark Gidalla has been appointed head of operations. He joined Nurse Plus in 2008 as branch manager for the Canterbury office, in 2011 he was promoted to business support manager, now in his new role he will oversee the operations team and support the growth strategy of the company.
Stacey Lopez has been appointed relief branch manager, she was worked for Nurse Plus since 2006 and will be assisting the BSMs when a branch needs a manager for a temporary period.
To assist Nurse Plus in its expansion plans, Lydia Deveraux & Jonathan Royston-Claire have been appointed within operations support and will be responsible for identifying, opening and initial launch for new locations, working alongside the business support manager to set these new locations on the map.
Deveraux has been with Nurse Plus since 2011 as branch manager of the Bristol office and Royston-Claire has been with Nurse Plus since 2013 as recruitment consultant of the Hastings office.
Nurse Plus provide healthcare assistants, support workers and nurses into healthcare establishments including residential care, nursing homes and hospitals throughout the UK, they also have a domiciliary care service as well as offer support for people with complex healthcare needs to remain within their own homes.