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    Guest heidi

    Hi there,

    I was wondering if anyone has any information/ opinion about the Royal Adelaide Hospital and also if it uses a particular agency when in need of staff. I have my visa and am just putting the feelers out about employment. I would preferably like to do agency work until I find my feet. I am a recovery nurse. Be good to hear from anyone doing the same thing or anyone else for that matter!

    Heidi :v_SPIN:

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    Guest cornish Busdriver

    Hi Heidi.

    Missus works in theaters.

    I will get the details off her bout the agency that she is using but she has just got a job at the Calvary.

    I know she is very happy with them.

     

    Matt and mandy :)

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    Hi there

     

    Both myself and my husband are registered with NASANSB I am a midwife and they are the only agency that offer insurance for midwifes, that enable you to work in the public sector. NASA seem to have the monopoly of the hospitals nationwide. THey offer the chance to work rural too (the pay is better). Andy is an ICU nurse and has worked in both public and private hospitals with them (inc the RAH). He is also registered with two other agencies - ASEPS who seem to specialise in theatre/recovery/ICU and CCU work, they pay a minimum of around $48 an hour up to $70 per hour (and they do get work!). The pay with them is better than NASA. I will ask him about the other later when he gets up!

     

    www.aseps.com.au - If you contact them tell them that you got the number from Andy Moore - Thanks

     

    www.nursingagency.com.au - NASANSB

     

    If you need anymore help then let me know

     

    Lindsey

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    Guest heidi

    Thanks everyone for those replies, it has been really helpful and good to know others have been in the same boat. Im quite excited about it all now where I was a bit daunted before. Im looking forward to leaving the NHS here in the uk and seeing what else is out there.

    Thanks again,

    Heidi

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