We’re Nurses Now and we’re proud to be one of Australia’s leading Nursing Agency’s providing experienced and suitability-skilled, 24-hour on-call nursing staff to help people in need, when they need us.
Formed originally around the family dinner table, Nurses Now is a second-generation, family-run nursing workforce agency, which has evolved to become one of NSW’s leading employers of healthcare staffing solutions.
Nurses Now proudly offers an individualised service, tailored to our clientele with a respected reputation in our industry for friendly and prompt support and a qualified workforce.
Nurses Now is a 24hr, 7 days a week on-call casual nursing agency that provides nursing and support care staff to various Residential Aged Care Facilities, Disability Support Services, Home & Community Care Services and Private Hospitals.
Our nurses are provided to you by highly committed staff and we pride ourselves on offering the most reliable, efficient and friendly service, as we believe our clients and our employees are the most valuable asset to the company.
We offer our clients the guarantee that all of our staff are screened prior to placement. Prospective nursing staff are personally interviewed and must adhere to stringent guidelines. Nurses Now employees must meet rigorous screening requirements that include current Australian Federal Police checks, Vaccination currency as industry mandated or an applicable medical exemption, NDIS check, current First Aid Certificates and at least two verbal references along with registration checks on all Registered Nurses, Endorsed Enrolled Nurses and Enrolled Nurses.
We also supply our nurses with uniforms and photo ID badges.
Our company provides workers compensation, superannuation and our own professional twenty (20) million dollar indemnity insurance cover.
We offer both temporary and permanent placements. We are flexible and can offer assistance with any request.
Are you too old to become a nurse?
The good news is no, you're not! According to the AIHW (2016), 39% of the Australian nursing workforce is aged 50 or older.
But why does this question come up so regularly?
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