As vaccinations provide a much-needed light at the end of the tunnel, it’s crucial to protect the elderly and vulnerable as much as possible.
That’s why we are pleased to announce we are able to source vaccinations for our Care Assistants to help stop the spread and further protect care home residents and staff.
While many of our staff are being vaccinated by the care homes they work for on a regular basis, we quickly became aware that many of our staff were not able to access the vaccine. We decided to take our own action to ensure we are protecting as many carers, clients and residents as we could.
We are now working closely with the Nottingham Clinical Commissioning Group (NCCG) to give our carers access to vaccinations, to ensure they are protected as soon as possible.
Peter Gillespie, Managing Director of QS Recruitment commented “With temporary care staff being just as exposed to the virus as permanent members of staff, we found it vital that QS Care undertook the responsibility to source some way of protecting our workers.
The rate at which vaccines are being administered is a fantastic step in the right direction for the Social Healthcare industry, and QS Care are pleased that we can continue to work alongside our clients, offering vaccinated staff.”
To find out more about our vaccination rollout, please get in touch.