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About Me:

Rob is a specialist Healthcare recruiter with a successful career spanning 10 years supporting the NHS and Healthcare Charities.  Rob successfully recruits a full range permanent clinical Staff   and also specialist healthcare related roles within charities.  Rob is a passionate service focuses recruiter who always goes the extra mile to ensure he meets his clients requirements -  some of his recent placements include:


Registered Mental Health Nurse - Private Sector
Clinical Care Lead - Charity
Clinical Registry Lead - Charity
Registered General Nurse - Charity
RNLD - Charitable School

Head of Health information - Charity


Outside of work Rob is a keen fisherman and runner and recently completing the British 10K in aid of Demelza, Children’s Hospice Care. 

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Could the increase in consultations result in further pressures for GP services?

A snapshot survey carried out by the King’s Fund questioned approximately 129 GP partners & practice managers, and found that there was a 10% increase in patient engagement with GPs in the first half of the year (2016/17), this in comparison to the same time two years ago. As part of the quarterly monitoring report, the survey revealed that there was a significant increase in telephone consultations. Results highlighted the number of patient consultations with GPs which has changed con...

Author: Test Test
Published: 18 Nov 2016

Survey suggests patients put off visiting GP surgery by receptionists

Almost 2000 patients were questioned for a Cancer Research UK survey, results revealed different reasons why patients are putting off visiting their GP. 40% of patients reported that they were unhappy discussing their symptoms with reception staff in order to get an appointment, and this is a barrier to seeing a GP. The survey also found that 42% would put off visiting their GP because they couldn’t see a particular doctor, or because of inconvenient appointment times. 35% of patients repor...

Author: Test Test
Published: 20 Oct 2016

Bursaries for practice managers NHS England currently in talks with the Practice Management Network

Student bursaries for practice managers could be implemented as part of the Practice Management Development Programme. NHS England and the Practice Management Network are currently in talks over bursaries to fund students across two programmes; an existing level 2 practice manager programme, and a new advanced practice manager programme at level 5. The new programme would provide practice managers with the experience to work on “a much bigger federated working model”, also allowing those wh...

Author: Test Test
Published: 20 Sep 2016

    Worrying stress levels affecting GPs and their staff

    Over a 1000 GPs, Practice Managers, Practice Nurses and other primary care staff have taken a survey by Mind, which revealed that almost nine out of ten (88%) respondents find their work life stressful. One in five (21%) said it has resulted in the development of a mental health problem, while one in six (17%) said it has led them to take medication for a mental health problem. Almost one in ten (8%) said work stress has led to suicidal thoughts. The poll also revealed that work is currently...

    Author: Test Test
    Published: 18 Aug 2016

    GP practices to be inspected by the CQC on data security

    The Care Quality Commission will include data security audits when carrying out inspections at GP practices. The new security standards have been approved by the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt. Two data reports were commissioned by Jeremy Hunt last year. One from the National Data Guardian (NDG) to set new data security standards for health and social care, the other from the CQC to analyse the existing levels of data security across the NHS.    Data security auditing for safe data and ...

    Author: Test Test
    Published: 20 Jul 2016

    GPs and their staff encouraged to take regular breaks to ensure safe patient care

    ​The Royal College of General Practitioners has rolled out a new poster campaign which will be sent to all practices in the UK. The poster warns that ‘Your safety should always come first’ and encourages general practice to have similar rules on working hours and breaks, to pilots, train and lorry drivers. The poster calls for GPs to be well rested and to take regular breaks to ensure the safety of patient care; ‘A rested GP is a safer GP’.  Dr Maureen Baker, RCGP Chairwoman said: “GPs are...

    Author: Test Test
    Published: 20 Apr 2016

    Getting the most from your temporary healthcare support staff

    Clinical support staff are essential to the smooth running of GP practices and healthcare organisations across the UK. These roles are often in demand and require locum staff to fill positions. If you are using temporary staff it is relatively simple to ensure that your practice or healthcare organisation gets full value for money from its temporary employees. When should you use temporary or locum staff? Temp staff allows your health organisation to adjust more quickly to varying wor...

    Author: Test Test
    Published: 17 Mar 2016

    Top ten most common CV mistakes and how to avoid them

    As a recruiter we receive a lot of CVs and although it is good to stand out, you don’t want your CV to stand out for the wrong reason! We asked our colleagues what the most common mistakes were on a CV and here are the top ten and how to avoid them: No phone number or email address You will be surprised how many people don’t put contact details on a CV.  If an employer likes the look of your CV, then you want them to be able to get in touch with you quickly. If you make it difficult by...

    Author: Test Test
    Published: 10 Mar 2015

    Why employers need to be flexible to recruit top talent

    By Rob Muddiman, Healthcare Manager at TPP. The latest figures show that unemployment has dropped to below 1.97 million in the three months to the end of August and although businesses are growing, there is a threat of potential skills shortages. With fewer candidates available and applying for jobs, employers will need to work harder to find staff. The very best candidates are likely to already be happily employed, and are unlikely to be tempted to move unless an attractive salary entice...

    Author: Test Test
    Published: 19 Nov 2014