Community nursing charity The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) has announced a partnership agreement with healthcare recruitment company, Hallam Medical.

Hallam Medical will support the charity’s annual conference and also its Community Nursing Executive Network (CNEN). The CNEN is a national network for lead nurses of community and integrated healthcare provider organisations in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Founded in 2007, Sheffield-based Hallam Medical offers the UK’s largest bank of Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Community Nurses, Mental Health Nurses, Acute Nurses, Prison Nurses and 111 Clinical Advisors.

Chief Executive of Hallam Medical, Deborah McCain said:

‘We are proud and delighted to be the QNI’s choice of specialist staffing partner.  This is the third year running we have worked with and supported the ongoing work of both the QNI and the CNEN. Working together enables us to remain at the forefront of best practice and continue to provide our clients with forward-thinking, effective and a professional service.

‘Our relationship has gone from strength to strength over the years and has continued to give both organisations a depth of knowledge and understanding within their respected fields of expertise.’

Chief Executive of The Queen’s Nursing Institute, Dr Crystal Oldman CBE, said:

‘We work with nurses, educators, researchers and policy makers to ensure that high quality nursing care in the community and primary care is available for everyone, where and when they need it. I am delighted with the relationship we have developed over many years with Hallam Medical. This new partnership agreement with Hallam Medical helps us to raise the profile and voice of nurses working in community and primary care settings and to highlight the value that these nursing services bring to individuals, families, carers and communities – and indeed the whole health and social care system.’


Notes to Editors:

Founded in 1887, The Queen’s Nursing Institute campaigns for the best possible nursing care for patients at home and in the community. It’s national network of over 1300 Queen’s Nurses are role models and leaders of outstanding nursing practice in the community and primary care settings.

Hallam Medical will sponsor evening receptions on both days of the QNI’s forthcoming annual conference on 23-24 September 2019.

For more information about Hallam Medical, visit their website: https://hallammedical.com/


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