At Elect Healthcare, we offer a bespoke range of caring services across the Hertfordshire and Essex areas. Fully dedicated to providing top-quality homecare services to all members of the community, our expert team here at Elect Healthcare are fully respectful and committed at all times.
We offer a range of personal care including regular home visits, meal preparation, continence care, personal hygiene assistance and emotional support. Our team also feature fully-trained specialists able to offer medication assistance, catheter care and help with feeding whenever needed.
Regardless of why care may be needed, our team look after a wide variety of individuals within the comfortable surroundings of their own home. Including both physical and mental disabilities, sensory impairment and those recovering from serious illness, Elect Healthcare will provide fully tailored service and support no matter what the situation.
Every single illness or care-requiring circumstance is different – a concept we fully understand. That’s why we take the time to get to know our service users, so we’re able to establish an individual homecare plan if needed for every person we care for. If you feel that yourself or a loved one would benefit from any of our services, get in touch to discover more about what we can offer here at Elect Healthcare.
Are you a nurse with locum experience or thinking of going locum? If so, we have the best opportunities for dedicated, skilled nurses with great rates of pay across the UK. We have opportunities in many different specialisms in NHS, Private and Care Home settings.
We also have a wide range of GP positions, whether you wish to work in a GP Surgery, Walk-in Centre or Out of Hours services (OOH). We offer regular work that fit around your schedule and meets your needs offering stability and reliability, with all the benefits of being a locum.
We also other both locum and permanent opportunities for Practice Nurse and Advanced Practitioner jobs. Our dedicated team are always seeking skilled practitioners to fill the thousands of hours available in both the NHS and privately.