Medical Resourcing International awarded place on NHS National Clinical Staffing Framework
Medical Resourcing International (MRI) has been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS.
Being awarded a place on Lots 1c & 2c of the National Clinical Staffing Framework, developed for the NHS by the NHS Collaborative Procurement Partnership, means that MRI can supply temporary, permanent and fixed term staff to clinical positions in the NHS.
MRI says that it successfully underwent an independent audit of our services and met the criteria for providing qualified clinical staff who can give high quality patient care at rates within the pay caps set by the government. These pay caps have been introduced to help the NHS control spiralling agency staffing costs.
Medical Resourcing International’s managing director, Rob Charlton (pictured), said, “We are delighted to have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework. We understand the challenges being faced by the NHS and are keen to help the NHS to provide quality patient care.”