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Latest information regarding COVID-19: Vaccination status required for all frontline health and social care workers!
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by Penny Woodward
2y ago
The Department of Health and Social care (DHSC) has announced that all candidates undertaking CQC regulated activities in England must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no later than the 1st April 2022. The regulations will apply equally across the public (NHS) and independent health sector. This means in order to meet the requirements of the legislative changes; all candidates will be required to have an initial dose of the vaccine on or before Thursday the 3rd February 2022. Over the next few weeks, we will be contacting you to ascertain your vaccination status and support those who are y ..read more
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New COO for HCRG’s Health & Social Care Division
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by francescawellman
3y ago
Gezz Van Zwanenberg has been appointed as the new Chief Operating Officer for HCRG’s health and social care division, where he will play an instrumental role in helping the team meet ambitious growth targets. Gezz has a background of leadership in both operational and strategic roles in the military, health and business settings. He served as a squadron leader in the RAF, and as a consultant nurse in Critical Care, Gezz was awarded the Ambulance Service Institute President’s award for Critical Care Air Support to patient care during Operations in Afghanistan while leading the CCAST teams. He h ..read more
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CRG Medical Services proudly sponsors 2020 Police Officer of the Year award.
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by francescawellman
3y ago
After a long year of virtual gatherings, large-scale events have finally started to take place, most notably for us, the recent 2020 Dyfed-Powys Police Annual Awards. We are very proud to have sponsored the Police Officer of the Year award, which this year celebrates the excellent work and achievements of PC Neil Lees, this years award winner. PC Neil Lees, a member of the Milford Haven neighbourhood policing team (NPT) was nominated by his co-workers for his commitment to local policing and his demonstration of smart, sustainable solutions to community issues. PC Lees has been described by hi ..read more
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CRG Medical Services Employee of the Quarter Q1 2021
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by francescawellman
3y ago
The last few months have seen a steady flow of amazing compliments coming through Radar for so many of our staff. It’s always so hard to pick a shortlist for Employee of the Quarter but so uplifting to hear about the amazing work going on in custody suites, prisons and other sites that our teams support. So as always, here are our winners, along with some other notable mentions that we’ve selected as runner up! Introducing our Quarter 1 Winners! From the Eastern Region: Lucy Irwin – For exceptional support to Peers, your manager or the Company We had this lovely comment logged in Radar from a ..read more
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What is it like to work as a Forensic Paramedic? – Joanne’s Story
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by francescawellman
3y ago
When you think of a paramedic’s career, the immediate thought tends to be of sirens and flashing lights. However Joanne is a very different type of emergency responder – a Forensic Paramedic! Here she tells us a bit about her experience working in custody environments with CRG Medical Services in Essex. “I joined Essex ambulance service in 2004, and took my paramedic course in 2009. Before starting with CRG Medical Services I also spent some time carrying out PIP assessments for Department of Work and Pensions.” Many of our staff come from NHS backgrounds, be that in the ambulance service, com ..read more
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A message from our Group CEO on International Recruiters Day
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by francescawellman
3y ago
This International Recruiters Day, I just wanted to say a few words of thanks to all of those who have worked tirelessly over what has been a challenging 12 months for the recruitment sector. I want to start, by thanking my incredible health and social care recruitment teams, across the HCRG portfolio. From the locum AHP, Doctors, HSS, Mental Health, Nursing, Social Care and Clerical recruitment teams who rallied together to provide essential workers to the NHS and Private Hospitals throughout the pandemic; to our permanent recruitment team who, faced with closed borders and no travel zones, s ..read more
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What is it like to work as a Custody Health Care Professional? – Alison’s Story
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by francescawellman
3y ago
Are you someone always prepared for the unexpected? Ready to take your nursing experience in a new direction, calling upon everything you have learned throughout your career, personal and professional life? Then working in a custody environment could be for you! Alison is a Custody Health Care Practitioner working in the Norfolk and Suffolk regions for CRG Medical Services. With a background in substance misuse, prisons, NHS Direct, and community nursing, Alison was practically made for life in police investigation centres! As a Custody HCP, Alison’s role is to provide medical assessment and h ..read more
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CRG Medical Services Employee of the Quarter Q4 2020
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by francescawellman
3y ago
It’s a new year and we’ve had a busy start to the year. We’ve seen some seriously chilly weather seeing us through the dark winter months, but there is light at the end of the tunnel, not least because some of our staff are starting to receive the COVID-19 vaccines! We’re pleased to see this important step for our staff who have been working so hard on the frontline of this pandemic. It’s fantastic to see, and we look forward to the day the vaccine is fully rolled out and we can get back to something like normality! We’re rolling back the clock a little bit to take a look at our nominated Empl ..read more
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Step outside! How walking can help your physical and mental health in lockdown
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by francescawellman
3y ago
With the UK entering a national lockdown, we’ve seen gyms and leisure centres closed once again. In the darker winter months, it’s more important than ever to get outside to stretch your legs and avoid that cooped up feeling. Here are a few reasons going for a walk can be beneficial for your mental health and physical health! Walking can help to reduce stress/depression A brisk walk helps to release “feel good” endorphins, even a quick walk around the block can be useful on a difficult day Walking can help keep your heart healthy Regular walking has been shown to reduce the risk of heart and c ..read more
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