How do I book bank shifts NHS?

How do I book bank shifts NHS?

My:Bank can be accessed on your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop, making it easy for you to book shifts on the go. To start booking shifts, simply log onto My:Bank. When you first log in you will see our Registration Agreement, once you sign this you will be able to see available shifts within your chosen area.

What is the difference between NHS and NHSP?

NHS Professionals is run by the NHS, for the NHS We are not an agency. We are the leading provider of flexible workforce services to the NHS with more than130,000 healthcare professionals registered with our bank, across more than 50 NHS Trusts.

Can anyone join NHSP?

To become a full member of the NHSP Bank, you must complete a full registration, which you can start online today. We screen your application to ensure you meet the basic membership criteria; e.g. you must have gained six months experience in the UK, within the last two years.

How do I contact NHSP?

Telephone – 0333 014 3652 (08:00 – 18:00 Monday to Friday)

Why can’t I book shifts on Nhsp?

If you still do not see any available shifts, this means that your chosen Trust has no more available shifts, please keep checking back as more shifts are added. If I didn’t work a shift how do I remove it from my timesheet? Normally deadlines and/or pay days are changed to take account of holidays.

How do I book an Nhsp holiday?

You’ll build up paid annual leave from your first shift and for every hour you work. To book leave and check how many hours you have, log onto our holiday booking system, or access it directly from My:Bank. Tip: your login and password details for the holiday booking system are the same as your My:Bank login details.

Who runs Nhsp?

the Department of Health and Social Care
Uniquely we are owned by the Department of Health and Social Care and we therefore reinvest any surplus we make directly back into the wider healthcare economy. Originally formed in 2001, we now have more than 50 client Trusts and over 180,000 healthcare professionals (Bank Members) registered with us.

Does NHS Professionals count as NHS service?

NHS Professionals provides temporary clinical and non-clinical staff to the NHS. It has a national and international membership base of approximately 180,000 healthcare professionals, known as ‘Bank Members’. They work flexible shifts and longer-term placements at more than 50 NHS Trusts.

Is NHSP training paid?

Do I get paid for training? NHSP does not pay applicants for any mandatory training required to work bank shifts at the trust.

How long does it take to join NHS Professionals?

By applying through our online fast-track registration process, you can work exclusively back at the Trust where you are known, as an NHSP Bank Member, in as little as 72-hours! To join NHS Professionals, complete the online registration form today.

Why can’t I book shifts on NHSP?

How long does it take to join NHS professionals?

Where is the registered office of the NHS Professionals Ltd?

Account Information Login as Admin Forgot your password? Registered in England & Wales no. 6704614 Registered Office: NHS Professionals Ltd, Suites 1A & 1B, Breakspear Park, Breakspear Way, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 4TZ.

Why become a bank member of the NHS?

As we approach the darker winter months, healthcare professionals, other clinical staff and non-clinical staff are being encouraged to support their local Trusts and hospitals by registering with NHS Professionals as Bank Members. We’ve also been shortlisted for the first ever APSCo OutSource Awards for Managed Service Provider (MSP) of the Year.

Who is the new chief executive of NHS Professionals?

06/09/2019 NHS Professionals has appointed Nicola McQueen as its new Chief Executive Officer from September 2019. Each month we select four of our fantastic bank members that have been working for the NHS, supporting their local trust in reducing agency spend.

Why join NHSP as director of strategic partnerships?

“I am delighted to have joined NHSP as Director of Strategic Partnerships at this critical time for the NHS. The workforce challenges the NHS faces are intensifying and NHSP continues to be at the forefront of efforts to meet these challenges.

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