Our partners

Choosing to work with us means you are in good company!

Our partnerships are important to us.

 

Working together with leading, nationally recognised and established organisations enables us to remain at the forefront of best practice and continue to provide our candidates with forward-thinking and effective advice, which will not only benefit them but their patients too.

 

We are the only recruitment provider to work in partnership and be recommended by:

The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI)
The Queen’s Nursing Institute Community Nurse Executive Network (QNI CNEN)
The Association of Advanced Practice Educators (AAPE)

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.

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

"Working together with Hallam Medical enables the profile of AAPE UK as a voluntary organisation to grow across the four countries of the UK. Without their support, it is unlikely that AAPE UK would have reached the level of national influence and international recognition it now has. Their appreciation of the value and importance of engagement with advanced clinical practice beyond purely a contractual service provider focus sets Hallam Medical apart from its counterparts in this field."

Associate Professor (Advanced Practice) and Chair of Association of Advanced Practice Educators AAPE-UK, Katrina Maclaine

Working together with Hallam Medical enables the profile of AAPE UK as a voluntary organisation to grow across the four countries of the UK. Their appreciation of the value and importance of engagement with advanced clinical practice beyond purely a contractual service provider focus, sets Hallam Medical apart from its counterparts in this field.

Katrina Maclaine

"The Queen’s Nursing Institute is delighted to be working with Hallam Medical. As a professional nursing charity with a long and prestigious history, it is important to us to develop partnerships with other organisations that take the long term view and understand the value of investing in continuing education. Working with Hallam Medical, the QNI is able to support more nurses in their learning, leadership and professional development."

Matthew Bradby