Carer Assistants



A Healthcare Assistant will generally work in either residential/nursing home or hospital settings, usually under the supervision
of a qualified healthcare professional. Helping with the crucial day-to-day care of patients,
a Healthcare Assistant provides an indispensable role in the workplace.

The nature of the role can differ depending on the healthcare setting. Typical duties include:

  • Toileting
  • Washing and dressing
  • Bed Making
  • Serving and assistance with meals (Feeding etc.)
  • Moving and handling assistance
  • General assistance with comfort
  • Monitoring of condition (Weight, temperatures, pulse etc.)


  Registered General Nurse



A Registered General Nurse (RGN) will traditionally be found working in a variety of workplaces, ranging from nursing homes through to hospitals settings. Whilst being responsible for assessing, planning and implementing appropriate care plans for patients, an RGN will also be required to undertake various nursing procedures and treatment duties, including the administering of medication.Typical duties include:

  • Supervise and manage a team of carers
  • Assessing and compiling appropriate care plans
  • Administering and recording of medication
  • General patient care
  • Moving and handling assistance
  • Monitoring of condition (Weight, temperatures, pulse etc.)

Integrity and CRB check



As we know, when a new recruit is taken on board, after training, vetting and further administrative duties, the time period between hiring and commencing work can be long and frustrating. We promise to make the transition as smooth as possible for both you and our worker, allowing you to have a fully staffed rota at your disposal without those lengthy waiting times. And to ensure our hard-working staff can commence work immediately, take a look below at a few compulsory extras our Registered General Nurses will arrive at your home with:

  • Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check – We will save you both the time and cost of completing the Enhanced DBS Check necessary to allow the professional to work in a role that has contact with vulnerable children or adults. This way we minimise any possible chance of delays and allow our staff to begin work immediately.
  • Completion of comprehensive training course – In order to ensure that all staff we supply meet both the relevant Blue springs Healthcare code and your own company policies, we ensure every member of staff completes our mandatory, comprehensive training course. For a detailed breakdown of this training scheme, please visit the Training section of the website. Through this practice we save you the time-consuming and potentially costly in-house training for each member of staff you hire, therefore allowing our staff to commence work immediately.