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Nurses in the UK are at risk of losing their jobs for not having the vaccine unless they are medically exempt. Nurse Jobs are at risk and will affect the NHS and other private hospitality sectors will have a staff shortage. These are our frontline workers that risk their lives every day to provide a service of care.

  • People who should not receive the vaccine:
  • Pregnant Women
  • Children Under 16 (Moderna)
  • Children under 18 (AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine and Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine)
  • History of an allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) to ingredients in the vaccine, if you are unsure about this, before being vaccinated please ask a member of staff

Following the guidelines of Public Health England, all Nurses are required to have their vaccination by April 1st, 2022.

Nurses working in a care home or a home setting sector will require to show proof of the Covid-19 vaccine to employers to be able to enter the care home or service user’s house. The government has made it mandatory for Carers and Nurses to take both doses of the vaccine if they would want to proceed with their career in the Healthcare Sector.

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According to Communitycare.co.uk, there will be a loss of 38,000 workers at an approximate recruitment cost to providers of £94m. Surveys from over 100 members in November 2021 found out that 23% have anticipated losing a quarter or more of their workforce and many more to lose in the future.

The Care Quality Commission have said that the high rising of the vaccines and falling numbers or the jobs that are filled shows that employers were finding it extremely difficult to find the right people to fill roles for vulnerable service users who need the support to go on with their day-to-day activities

Approximately 27 million people have received both doses of the vaccine to provide the maximum protection for themselves. Secure Healthcare Solutions highly recommends individuals in the healthcare sector especially those who are Nurses to be vaccinated to help protect against the threat of the new variant.

Click the link below to find Walk-in Vaccination Centres near you:

Find a walk-in coronavirus covid-19 vaccination site

What Secure Healthcare Solutions has to offer:

Here at Secure Healthcare Solutions, we have vacancies for Nurses jobs across the West Midlands and East Midlands area, in Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Tipton, Dudley, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, and Shropshire Area.

Nurse Jobs are available in Wolverhampton, Stoke, Shrewsbury, Birmingham, and many more. If you are interested or know anyone who is interested, please follow our website

or call 0121 285 94499 to talk to one of our recruitment consultants for a thorough breakdown of what we have available, our consultants will be able to guide you in the right direction.

Are you seeking a rewarding role, where you feel you are making a difference to individuals every day life, then look no further and join the Nursing industry.

Within the Nurse sector, there is different types of Nurses, generally an individual will start their Nursing career as a Registered General Nurse to then progress careers to potentially become specialist Nurses.

To become a Nurse a Nursing degree will be required.

Nurses.co.uk outlines that ‘there are over 669,854 registered Nurses in the UK and a Nursing degree is considered to be most employable in the UK, 94% of graduates discover a job within 6 months of finishing their degree’. When starting you career within the Nursing industry, it is a job for life and it has excellent career progression opportunities, depending on your willingness to gain qualifications and experience.

Personal skills required to be a Nurse
To start, you would need a Nursing degree, however there is a lot more required than just a Nursing degree, individuals would have to be passionate about care and compassionate, you get a huge satisfaction caring for people every day.

Strong Character
A Nursing role can be mentally and physically demanding at times. You have to be prepared for challenges and emotionally ready. The benefit of working a few days, is that it allows you to have a few days off to relax and recover and it is a rewarding career.

Communication skills
These skills are highly important for Nurses to solve problems with patients and communication and listening skills are important.

Within a Nursing career, it is rarely a 9-5 job, it is unlikely that you will have a consistent routine. Your shifts, responsibilities and workload is likely to change. You are likely to do long shifts up to 12hrs.

The Main different types of Nurses
An RGN is the most common type of Nurse in the UK. This is the best place to start your Nursing profession, after getting your Nursing licence. Registered Nurses work as part of a team with doctors and other medical professionals. Generally, RGN’s work within hospitals and residential care facilities. Through this opportunity you can develop professionally and personally to progress your career to become a specialised Nurse.


An RNLD Nurse is a learning disability nurse which specialises in dealing with individuals that have learning disabilities. For this role specialist qualifications and training would be required. The role of a learning disability nurse can be rewarding and you are support individuals with learning disabilities to live a more fulfilling life. This can be provided within a home care, hospital or care home setting.

An RMN Nurse specialises in dealing with individuals that have mental health conditions, to care and support them to recover from their illness and assist them in living a fulfilling life. This can be provided within a home care, hospital or care home setting. Again, for this specialist Nursing qualifications, training and experience would be required.

ICU Nurses
ICU nurses work within a hospital setting providing intensive care for those that are seriously ill or have injuries. Due to difficulty of this position, individuals will require training, qualifications and continued education before becoming an ICU Nurse.

As a healthcare staffing agency, we are hiring Registered Nurses, RMN’s and RNLD within the West Midlands and Staffordshire for the NHS, hospitals, care homes and for home care. Here at Secure Healthcare Solutions, we provide our Nurses FREE training to allow them to become specialist Nurses and for career progression. Join our team of valued Nurses, where we offer great rewarding salary and benefits.

Find out more about our Nursing jobs in the West Midlands and Staffordshire, using our job search tool, or contact us on 0121 285 9449 to secure a role with us today.

At Secure Healthcare Solutions, our diverse Nurses are a crucial part of the front-line team of incredible key workers who have been great during these difficult times. We appreciate the hard work that they have done and continue to do so.

In the UK, 1 in 5 people is from an ethnic minority background, equivalent to 20% of people in the NHS.

Here at Secure Healthcare Solutions, we believe in diversity and equality, we employ a wide range of Nurses from diverse backgrounds. Approximately 40% of our Nurses are from an ethnic minority background. We ensure that we provide our Nurses from all ethnic backgrounds with training and qualifications to allow them to advance their careers with us to become senior Nurses. As a company that values diversity, we ensure that we respect individual’s cultures and beliefs. Research by McKinsey & Company shows that ‘ethnically diverse companies are 35% more likely to outperform companies with minimal diversity’.

A workforce that encourages learning
By having a diverse workforce of Nurses, it promotes a learning mindset, where people from various cultures have new knowledge which they can share and be open to learning to develop knowledge. This is important, as healthcare continues to develop, and having a workforce that is open to new forms of learning will ensure that you will be able to adapt better to these changes and find it less difficult to develop a new set of skills.

Strong individual motivation
When there is a lack of diversity in the workforce, individuals generally may not feel comfortable communicating with others and unable to express their true personality traits, as they are worried about fitting in, as opposed to being themselves. Feeling like you do not fit in, can lead to increased stress and make you feel depressed. Having a diverse work environment, where individuals’ culture and ethnic background is respected is important, so individuals feel comfortable and feel part of the team.

Effective communication with patients
Having a diverse workforce of Nurses is very important within the Healthcare sector. We live in a multicultural country and communicating with patients in another language may be required at times, as patients English may not be fluent, patients are likely to feel comfortable speaking their own language and it is important that communication with medical staff is effective to ensure the correct treatment and care is provided.


Greater employee retention
Having a diverse range of staff, so staff feels comfortable in a work environment will increase employee retention. If staff feel comfortable, included, valued, and have the opportunity to progress, they are less likely to seek jobs elsewhere. This will ensure a great working environment with experienced diverse Nurses.

Better recruitment
By having a diverse background within the organization, individuals are more likely to apply for roles, as they respect the values of a diverse company, the company will be able to attract better talent which allows learning and development for career progression.

The CIPD provides some great information on diversity and inclusion in the workplace, find out more by clicking here

Here at Secure Healthcare Solutions, we employ a diverse range of Nurses from various ethnic backgrounds in the West Midlands and Staffordshire. We believe in a multicultural workforce, that allows individuals to progress their careers with us.

Use our Job search tool to discover a Nurse role local to you or contact our recruitment team on 0121 285 9449 to find out more

Nobody can deny that Nursing is an easy career. Nurses work extremely hard and sacrifice a lot throughout the world every day. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Nurses have been amazing throughout the world to ensure the best quality and support and care has been provided, by working tirelessly. Although there are some negative aspects associated with a nursing career, there is a lot of positive aspects of a nursing career, which can be ignored and this motivates Nurses to continue to do what they love.
Below here at Secure Healthcare we highlight the top 7 benefits of being a Nurse.

Flexible Shifts
With the majority of the jobs in the UK being 9-5, Monday to Friday, a nurse role gives you the benefits of working 3-4 days of the week, with 8-12hr shifts, a nurse a role is beneficial for individuals, as it allows you to arrange shifts to suit your individual needs. This allows you to spend time with your loved ones and allows you to do the things that you enjoy on your days off. Working a long shift can be tiring and difficult, but worth the sacrifice to get time off. Here at Secure Healthcare Solutions, we offer flexibility for our nurses in the West Midlands and Staffordshire.

Opportunity for overtime
With a Nurse role, there are opportunities to get overtime with shifts, which allows you to boost your pay, generally, nurses are required to work around the clock within hospitals, care homes, and for homecare, which gives you the opportunity to pick up extra shifts. At Secure, we always have shifts available for Nurses within the West Midlands and Staffordshire.

Working as a nurse is an occupation that allows you to progress your career much easier compared to other occupations. You are able to start your journey as a registered general nurse to then become a specialist nurse, which allows you to work in an area in which you have a high interest. With advancement, your pay will also increase. The government also provides at least £5000 year grants for nursing students. To find out more click here

Join our team of valued nurses
Join our team of valued nurses

Job Security
Without Nurses, the healthcare sector would not be able to function, if anything Covid 19 has reminded us of the importance of Nurses and we should be grateful for what we have. There is a nurse shortage across the UK and there is an aging population, with nurses retiring each year, and as a healthcare job provider, we are always hiring to fill this gap.

Nurses interact with a large number of people on a daily basis, which includes patients and colleagues. Nurses generally are satisfied by the human element of interaction and healthcare workers share the same goal of improving the lives of others and making a difference.

Although there has been a lot of criticism regarding nurse pay, we offer great salaries and benefits for our healthcare staff. At Secure if you work 4x 12hrs shifts a week paying £18ph, you can earn over £41,000p.a. When you specialize to become an RMN and RNLD, there will be an increase in pay.

Nursing care is a great job for those that do not want to sit in front of a computer all day, and a great way to burn calories, as is a very active job, which relies you to be on your feet a lot and you have to be physically and mentally prepared. Nurses will have to walk from room to room, discuss patient matters with doctors and move patients and equipment when required.

As a healthcare staffing agency, we hire registered nurses within the West Midlands and Staffordshire for the NHS, hospitals, care homes, and for homecare. Join our team of valued nurses, where we offer great rewarding salaries and great benefits.

Find out more about our Nursing jobs in West Midlands and Staffordshire, using our job search tool, or contact us on 0121 285 9449 to secure a role with us today.