Best Practice in Nursing

Royal College of Nursing



Chase Medical

Stand: D45

Chase Medical is the leading agency in the UK, supplying staff into the Primary Care sector. Currently specialising within General Practice, Community and Urgent Care settings.

Chase is a well-established, ethical agency, offering a wide range of permanent jobsregular shifts and ad hoc locum work (in and out of hours) across the UK.

Practice Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Community Nurses, Independent Prescribers (pharmacy), ECP's, HCA's and Physiotherapists, can all enjoy access to both locum and permanent opportunities nationwide. 

Additionally, permanent posts are available for GP's and Physician Associates nationwide.

What can Chase offer YOU?

  • Over 3500 shifts available to fill each month (all within General Practice/Primary Care)
  • Options to book shifts up to 12 months ahead.
  • 400+ permanent opportunities at any given time (many of which are not advertised elsewhere). 
  • Being a locum at chase can be a fantastic boost to your CPD and can help with your revalidation.
  • Try a shift at a centre, before you commit to a perm role!
  • Chase Medical work with over 25% of all GP practices, so you can be sure, there is local work available for YOU!

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  • "Finally, an opportunity to network within primary care nursing! There’s been so many interesting things (at the conference). So many opportunities network and develop updated care."
    Practice Nurse
  • "The conference programme has been great at bringing me up to date with the new revalidation reforms. It was also an absolutely brilliant exhibition, with so many stalls! I’ve also managed to get in lots of networking with other nurses which is great."
    Joice Skeeter, Practice Nurse
  • "We came for the CPD as it was great to be able to collect so many CPD hours in one place. The quality of the speakers was very good. I also enjoyed the variety of the exhibition and the high level of interaction with the exhibitors."
    Stephanie O’Leary, Practice Nurse