Hanover Care has been supplying trained nurses to Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Schools since 2000. In 2016 we were awarded a place on the NHS CPP Framework for Nursing. We offer all grades of nurses with a range of specialisms, to best serve the needs of our clients.

Registration Process

Each Trained Nurse goes through our thorough recruitment process which includes a full face-to-face interview with a Registered Nurse who discusses their work history and experience, assesses their suitability and checks relevant paperwork. All our Nurses have a minimum of 2 references including their current or most recent employment, and these references cover a minimum of 2 – 5 years. Their PIN Number and Statement of Entry are checked, together with their eligibility to work and an Enhanced DBS Disclosure is obtained.


Thanks to our thorough recruitment process, and ongoing communication with our staff, we are able to identify the work that they are seeking and the settings that they would be best for. Combine this with our pride in getting to know our client’s needs via ongoing monitoring, and this explains why we are able to best match our staff to your bookings.

Ongoing Training

Training that Hanover Care offers our Registered Nurses include:

  • Manual Handling
  • Food Hygiene
  • Infection Control
  • Dementia Awareness
  • Safeguarding Adults
  • Child protection
  • First Aid
  • Fire Safety
  • Mental Capacity Act (including deprivation of liberty)
  • Challenging Behaviour
  • Basic Observations
  • Medication
  • Peg Feed
  • Syringe Driver

Permanent staffing

As well as ad-hoc shifts, many clients use us to recruit their permanent Trained Nurses. Saving on expensive advertising and wasted recruitment time, we can resource from a wide range of contacts, and we also have new nurses constantly approaching us. Therefore, after gaining a firm idea of the vacancy on offer, we can pre-select candidates that fit with your needs. Alternatively, we offer a  ‘Temp to Perm’ service, as we understand that personality matching is just as important as finding the right skill set. Once the nurse has worked 50 shifts, a working interview if you like, they can become a permanent member of staff without any fee.

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