ID Medical has the potential and candidate base to fulfill locum doctor staffing solutions across all grades and specialties to all NOE CPC member Trusts.
ID Medical’s prominence within the industry and capacity to streamline NHS recruitment processes whilst making significant annual cost savings on medical locum spend has been recognised once again as it secures placement on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Lot 2 Framework to supply locum doctors (including locum GPs) to NHS Trusts across the North of England.
ID Medical has most recently gained a reputable Tier 1 framework place to support the North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) until July 2017, as a result of achieving a superior score of 96/100 in the tendering process. Lot 2 of the Framework Agreement covers all NHS trust requirements from ad-hoc shift requests through to full managed service provision.
Deenu Patel, managing director of ID Medical comments, “We are delighted to announce our placement on the framework as one of eight Tier 1 providers to support the North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative. As always, we will ensure quality candidates who meet the NHS employment check standards are supplied to NOE CPC member Trusts for continuity of patient care. Providing a further level of assurance, ID Medical has its own in-house Revalidation Support Team who carries out the revalidation of all locum doctors.
“This appointment gives our doctors potential access to work in a number of well-respected and reputable trusts in the North of England and even those across East Anglia, the Midlands and Wiltshire. The opportunities presented are vast.
“For us, this is not just ‘another contract win’, we see it as an additional partnership that we have successfully formed to help NHS trusts meet their enduring staffing challenges and provide an excellent range of locum doctor staffing solutions. As the leading multi-discipline healthcare recruiter, ID Medical is confident in its deliverables, having already supplied over 3 million hours to the NHS in the past year,” he added.
For more information about the framework please visit www.noecpc.nhs.uk/contract/non-medical/medical-locums-lot-2-agency-and-master-vendor.