Provider Organisations market insight
At Interim Partners we are passionate about the quality of patients’ experience with the NHS. The interim managers we provide into Acute Provider Trusts have extensive NHS expertise and can work from Band 8 level to Board level, covering a wide range of roles. These include A&E operational support up to transformation & change management and turnaround specialists at board level, directors of nursing and finance, as well as support within the various HR areas.
Success stories from the desk
Recently an NHS Trust contacted us following the resignation of their director of finance (DoF). We were asked to supply an interim DoF within 5 days. We successfully appointed a highly experienced Interim for this role within the tight timescales and this particular candidate is now in post for a six month assignment.
“I was very pleased with the speed of response from Denise and Interim Partners to providing us with an Interim Director of Finance at short notice. We were able to choose the right candidate for the organisation from a good range and the administration and on boarding have all gone smoothly with a candidate in post working from first phone call in under two weeks.”
Why choose us?
- Our Healthcare team professionals are experts in their respective NHS sectors.
- We have national reach from the North to the South of the country, with offices located in Harrogate and London.
- Our consistently high track record and impeccable reputation in the NHS interim market allow us to attract the best candidates to carry out the interim assignments, quickly and successfully.
- As a result of our longstanding relationships with clients and candidates, a large number of our work comes from recommendations.
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