This is quite the story. A former actor who has played roles in BBC drama Casualty has become a nurse in an accident and emergency unit in real life. In-fact it was not just Casualty Vicky Hall has played roles in, Vicky has also appeared in Holby City and Doctors, again both relating to the nursing world.
Vicky decided on the career change as acting demanded that she would have to travel up and down the country. Vicky has two children and the more steady role at A and E (steady, really!) suits her better as a working mum.
Vicky now works part-time at the Alexandra Hospital in Worcestershire, but still dabbles in the entertainment world doing voice overs for various media organisations. Learn more about Vicky’s amazing story and view the video displayed below produced by the BBC.
ProCare Nursing are recruiting Registered Nurses of all types
If you’re watching this video and are inspired by Vicky’s amazing story and want a new challenge, then why not get started with ProCare Nursing. We are currently recruiting registered qualified nurses. We are recruiting Registered General Nurses (RGN), Mental Health Nurses (RMN) and Learning Disability Nurses (RNLD) that have a diploma or degree level in one of the following subjects, these are:
1) Adult Care
2) Child Care
3) Mental Health Care
4) The study of learning difficulties
ProCare Nursing have a dedicated Nurse Manager
We have recently employed a new Nurse Manager to support all of our Registered Nurses. Nurse Manager Sarah (pictured below) is here to ensure that all nurses get the support they need from training, personal development reviews and help with re-validating with the NMC.
ProCare Nursing is sparing no expense to ensure our agency deliver first class care standards to health organisations across Wales, this includes the Welsh NHS. The appointment of a new Nurse Manager clearly shows our commitment and dedication in ensuring our registered nurses are fully equipped to deliver excellent care to service users.
We deliver first class training
We train care support workers and nurses from our in-house training facility. We care about the personal development of our health workers and like them to enjoy their roles as carers. One positive story that we can tell you about is one of our carers winning an award for excellence in care.
Sara Wells one of our senior Care Support Workers walked away with an award at the Wales Care Awards in 2017. Sara pictured below furthest right won the “Excellence in Dementia Care Award”.
Sara has received all of her training from our in-house training facility. This is further evidence that shows ProCare Nursing is a quality training provider, and it shows we care about nurses and carers that work for us, we care about their personal development.
If you’re interested in becoming a registered nurse with ProCare Nursing then get in touch we want to hear from you. Hopefully we have set out our stall in a way that shows we care about our care workers and this is why you should work for our health and social care agency.
Tel: 029 2025 0611