We are excited to announce our next master vendor contract is withPrincess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trustin Harlow, managing all their allied health and health science agency requirements.
The Princess Alexandra Hospital serves a population of 258,000 and provides healthcare services to the communities of Harlow and the surrounding areas; whilst also providing services from St. Margaret's Hospital and Herts & Essex Hospital, Bishops Stortford.
This contract allows our candidates first choice of all AHP and HSS vacancies before any other agency. Procured under the CPP Framework, supported by the East of England Collaborative Procurement Hub, this agreement will run for the next year.
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