We have our ‘finger on the pulse’ (yes, bad pun) of the heatlhcare workforce and health careers – through our years of loving the industry, through our industry surveys and the fact that we have a social media strategy, and aren’t afraid to use it!
One of our clients once said he felt like a ‘letter box’ for CV’s from some agencies (not us I might add) – and we thought this really sucked. We dont care how many CV’s or jobs we have – we just get on with our job which is knowing our clients & candidates – and we mean really know them – so that we can achieve the best match.
If you checked out our collective perm team’s CV here – you will find staff who have been business owners (so oodles of commercial competence), a nurse and consultants who have had lots of success finding clinical leader jobs, healthcare management jobs and senior health jobs. We’re human too – we have mates, partners, husbands, kids, mortgages, worries, charm, wit, stress, openess and honesty!Why not give us a call to have a chat about options in the healthcare management job sector – we would be happy to share our knowledge and help!
Managing an aged care facility is an exciting and highly rewarding role. We have all heard so much about our aging population and it is safe to say that being part of this sector is a time for change, evolution and thrilling opportunity.
What’s does the future of Aged Care Management look like?
There seems increasingly to be a move away from traditional clinically qualified managers in hospital management jobs, to more of a focus on a business management model. Continue reading →
It’s the best of both worlds really; the essence of nursing – providing clinical expertise to people in need, alleviating or soothing pain and stress, and making patients feel better – combined with the ability to lead and mentor, providing a safe clinical environment where more junior staff are supported and managed. Continue reading →
With the ever increasing number of older people in the community requiring care, whether that is in their own homes or in residential facilities, there is an ongoing need for committed and qualified people to provide these services. Continue reading →
Chief Executive Officer
“I just had an emotional phone call from Catherine who is the sister of our home care client who recently passed. Catherine wanted to pass on her gratitude to all of our Medcall team who looked after her sister. She said they were all wonderful, caring ladies who she would like to have care for her when it’s her time! Their home wasn’t in the best shape but when Catherine came down to visit, the house was immaculate with things like flowers hand pick from the garden & every room was spick n span! Her sister was cared for beautifully and they feel so grateful that we were part of the end of her life.” Claudia Hamilton takes a call from one of our homecare clients family members – Bay of Plenty.