Neighborhood Nursing Group provides specialist, general nurses, and healthcare assistants for temporary placement with NHS Trusts, private hospitals, nursing homes, occupational health companies, HMP services and mental health and learning disability organizations. We provide and deliver outstanding levels of compliance. Neighborhood Nursing Group has a culture of unity and togetherness. We live by our code of ethics and are always transparent.
Our goal each day is to ensure that our residents’ needs are not only met but exceeded. To make that happen, we are committed to providing an environment in which residents can enjoy a wide range of amenities that allow them to feel independent.
We aim to be the most loved and utilized agency in the UK because here at Neighborhood we build long-term relationships with our staff and our clients. We pay more and charge less!
If recent history teaches us anything is that ethics and character count, especially in business. Huge organizations like Enron, Arthur Andersen and Health South have been destroyed and others were seriously damaged (AIG, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac) by executives with massive ambition and intelligence but no moral compass. In today’s ultra-competitive, high tech, interdependent business world, charisma without conscience and cleverness without character are a recipe for economic and personal failure of epic proportions. As President Theodore Roosevelt said, “To educate the mind without the morals is to educate a menace to society.” Let’s start with a basic definition: ethical principles are universal standards of right and wrong prescribing the kind of behaviour an ethical company or person should and should not engage in. These principles provide a guide to making decisions but they also establish the criteria by which your decisions will be judged by others. In business, how people judge your character is critical to sustainable success because it is the basis of trust and credibility. Both essential assets can be destroyed by actions which are, or are perceived to be unethical. Thus, successful staff and executives must be concerned with both their character and their reputation
Abraham Lincoln described character as the tree and reputation as the shadow. Your character is what you really are; your reputation is what people think of you.
Healthcare has been an important part of my life for many years, due to chronic illness and now, after an accident, being disabled. One of my first jobs was in reception at a hospital, doing Admissions, Outpatients and Radiology appointments for patients. One of my duties was the shift roster for nurses, and at the time I had no idea that these functions would play a role in my career in Healthcare Recruitment. From that time, I understand how staffing works, how hospitals function and how care works within those facilities. I was standing by when children were very ill, I was there when car accidents claimed lives, and when patients lost their battles with terminal illnesses. Care will always be part of what I do. Now that I receive regular care from a variety of Healthcare workers, the importance and value that I can add by identifying not only the skills, but the dedication and care qualities in staff, makes finding the staff that will add value to your patient experience part of my everyday life. When trying to sell you Healthcare Services, many people will focus on price. “We are the cheapest...” Maybe they will focus on speed. “We have what you need right now...” Maybe they will focus on good candidates. “I have this nurse who has excellent references...”. All of those things are important. But I will not try and sell you anything. Sales are for people who can talk fast, play hard and make promises. I want to build a solution for you. . Give me 24 hours, and you will have it. The best rates – because we allow you to negotiate them. The optimal solution – because our candidates are already in your neighborhood, and the best candidates – because virtually all of my working life I have dealt with medical staff, and I know what Care means to me, just like your patients do, and just like you do. Call the Neighborhood Nursing Agency. Let’s talk about what you need, add what you want, and give me 24 hours...