Why I Registered with a Nursing Agency – Suzanne Wilcock

Deciding to register with a nursing agency can be a little daunting. This was no different for CRG Theatre Scrub Nurse, Suzanne Wilcock, when she decided to register with CRG nearly 20 years ago. At first Suzanne (pictured left) was unsure about leaving full time employment to register with an agency. She explained: “The first

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FME staff awarded the Certificate in Custody Healthcare Professional Induction

Two CRG Medical Services FME staff have been awarded the Certificate in Custody Healthcare Professional Induction. Dorset FME staff Emma-Jayne Holder and Liz James (pictured left) completed the qualification, the first UK accredited programme for Custody Induction, via Staffordshire University. Funded by CRG, the course involved evidencing knowledge and skill levels, personal analysis and action planning

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CRG nurses awarded Chief Superintendent’s Commendations

Three CRG nurses have been presented with a top award by the Chief Superintendent of Merseyside Police. Forensic nurses Maria Michael, Louise Birchall and Nicola Sheridan were awarded Chief Superintendent’s Commendations for their service to Merseyside Police and the community. The nurses, employed on CRG Medical Service’s Merseyside Police FME contract, were presented with their

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4 Alternative Sectors Where Medical Services Are Essential

The days when medical professionals were confined to hospital wards or general practices are long gone. Nowadays, fully-trained and qualified medical professionals are presented with a much greater variety of career options. To help you better understand the medical services roles in alternative, non-medical sectors, we’ve looked into four industries where they are integral.

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CRG Medical Services awarded Assistant Chief Constable’s Commendation

CRG Medical Services staff, working under the Dorset FME contract, have been awarded the Assistant Chief Constable’s Commendation. The team was presented with the accolade in recognition of their commitment, dedication and professionalism supporting the Police throughout the custody suites across Dorset. The award recognises their contribution to the success of the recent her Majesty’s

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A Career in Homecare

Working in homecare can be highly rewarding, and there is plenty of room for progression throughout your career. To start off, you’ll need certain skills that employers will look for. Being communicative, supportive, caring and responsible are key personality traits that will make you stand out as an ideal candidate for working in care.

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