Medacs Healthcare is proud to announce that we have been awarded a place on the LPP Nursing National Framework for the 7th consecutive year. This place on the framework, along with recent contract wins across the UK, reaffirms our position as a leading supplier of nurses in all bands and skill sets across the UK.
Trish Davidson, Operations Director for Nursing commented: “This position on the LPP Nursing National Framework enables us to offer our nurses an even wider choice of jobs across the UK. Our commitment to investing in compliance and only attracting the very best nurses, positions us as a supplier of choice for many leading NHS Trusts.”
Commenting on the award of the new national framework agreement for the provision of nursing and nursing related staff to the NHS, the heads of four leading NHS procurement organisations said:
“We are pleased to confirm the establishment of a new framework agreement for the provision of nursing and nursing related staff, for use by NHS organisations located across England. The agreement came into effect from 14th May 2014. The agreement is the output of a ground-breaking joint collaborative initiative undertaken by four NHS procurement organisations: NHS London Procurement Partnership (LPP), North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC), NHS Commercial Solutions and East of England NHS Collaborative Procurement Hub. We believe that by working together, and combining national buying power with our strong regional and local engagement, we have been able to deliver a highly competitive agreement that really meets the needs of the NHS. We look forward to working with the appointed supplier organisations to ensure the cost effective delivery of these services to the NHS.”
The framework will run for an initial period of two years with two optional one-year extension periods.
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