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Healthcare provider CRG has been awarded a place on all three of the temporary healthcare staffing contracts by the Crown Commercial Service (formerly GPS).

Wed, 18 Jun 2014
Healthcare provider CRG has won a place on all three of the temporary healthcare staffing contracts awarded by the Crown Commercial Service (formerly GPS).
 
The contract, on behalf of the NHS in England and Wales, will allow CRG to provide agency nursing and social care workers, medical locums and GP locums, as well as allied health professionals to the NHS and other government bodies.
 
CRG will be working with CCS to identify high-spend areas and ‘hot spots’ where demand shortages exist. This work will support the trusts in fulfilling their requirements and driving value savings for the authorities.

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