Health & Social Care Stories in the News plus Updates from our Branches

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Open Day in Swindon 4/11

We are running an open day and formal interview for candidates in the North Swindon area who hold a minimum of 9 months paid experience within the Healthcare Sector.

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Halloween High Spirits

All our branches got involved some Halloween fun, with our pumpkin carving competition. We have a very talented and creative bunch and it was tricky choosing a winner.

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Welcome to the Team

We would like to welcome Simon O'Neill to the team.

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Hereford jobs fair today from 10am – 2pm at Hereford Town hall

Today from 10am – 2pm at Hereford Town hall

         

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Dean Healthcare now registered with CQC (Care Quality Commission)


Dean Healthcare is pleased to announce we are now registered with CQC (Care Quality Commission), the independent regulator of health & social care in England. 

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Dean Healthcare’s Managing Director Janette Fry

Dean Healthcare’s Managing Director Janette Fry and Director of Operations Samuel Meechan are delighted to have been awarded a place on the new National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS.

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Dean Healthcare has been awarded a place on the NHS National Clinical Staffing Framework

Dean Healthcare is very proud to announce we have been awarded a place on the new National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS – England.

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Doing Our Bit for a Great Animal Charity - Friends of the Animals

Dean Healthcare was delighted to have the opportunity to raise money for a wonderful animal charity, Friends of the Animals,  this week. We won the auction for this beautiful portrait of Lucy the Rescue Cavalier, donating £100 to include a "pawtograph" by Lucy herself.

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Welcome to the Team

A warm welcome to Jonathan Dutch who joins the Dean Healthcare team.

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Morning Vaccinations Prove More Effective

Our immune systems respond more strongly int he morning to flu jabs than in the afternoon, a study has shown. The team from the University of Birmingham suggested immunising people according to their natural rhythm could be a cost effective way to save lives.

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