About Us

NHS Professionals is the market leader in managed flexible worker services. Working in partnership with NHS Trusts, we have proven expertise in building staff banks.

We offer healthcare workers an opportunity to work flexibly to suit their lifestyle. For NHS Trust clients, we offer reassurance of a safe supply of quality temporary staff at the best value

Our Story

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NHS Professionals (NHSP) is a limited company wholly owned by the Department of Health; and is the leading provider of managed flexible worker services to the NHS.

Established as a Special Health Authority (SpHA) on 1 April 2004, NHS Professionals was created to be a national branded managed service for temporary staff in the NHS. In 2010 NHS Professionals was dissolved as a Special Health Authority and became NHS Professionals Ltd, a company wholly owned by the Secretary of State for Health in April 2010. NHSP does not receive central funding.

Our Future

In September 2017, the Minister of Health and Social Care confirmed NHS Professionals would remain in public ownership.

NHS Professionals is transforming the way we deliver our services to ensure these are fit for the future and competitive in a marketplace that is constantly evolving.

Our mission is to become the leading partner to healthcare professionals working flexibly and world class provider of managed services related to flexible working in the NHS.

Latest Updates

Fighting Fraud

This October, NHS Professionals will be participating in the National Fraud Initiative (NFI). This means that both corporate and bank member payr

Deborah Lawrence wins Bank Worker of the Month for August

Deborah, Registered Nurse at Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, was one of August's Bank Worker Of The Month winners. We met Deborah foll

PAS downtime and system changeover 

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Quality Matters Summer 2018

Quality Matters is designed to give you a regular briefing on clinical governance, quality and safety issues with information that we hope will h