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2nd Floor, Dean House
94 Whiteladies Road,
Clifton,
Bristol,
BS8 2QX

Tel: 0117 973 6161
The specialist nursing agency – run by nurses, for nurses
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Welcome to ProhealthCare. Established in 2002, we are a nursing agency based in Bristol specialising primarily in mental health nursing. We have an extensive list of clients in both NHS and private mental health hospitals as well as learning disability units throughout the South West of England, South Wales and Oxfordshire. We also provide general nurses to the NHS and are able to help clients with their search for permanent staff.

We have an excellent reputation for the calibre of staff we provide and the friendly and professional service we offer to both our clients and agency nurses. To register with us please follow the link below or contact our Bristol head office on 0117 9736161

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Mental Health Nursing Auxiliaries - South West
Mental Health Auxilliaries with C&R training required for work throughout Bristol, Bath and Somerset regions.
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Mental Health Nursing Auxiliaries - Oxfordshire and Wales
C&R trained Auxiliaries required for Mental Health units in Cardiff and Oxford.
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Testimonials

"Fantastic agency, with high quality, friendly staff members. An agency that is very easy to work with, and has helped us out many times in emergency situations 10/10"
Specialist provider of inpatient services for young people with acute mental health needs.
"ProhealthCare have been supplying AWP with nursing staff for some years and I can honestly say that they have been a pleasure to work with. They have a real understanding of the staffing pressures that we face and their help has been invaluable to keep our wards' staffing at required levels. Consultants are diligent in finding us the dependable, reliable and knowledgeable staff - both Qualified and Healthcare Assistants. I would certainly be happy to recommend ProhealthCare’s services."
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