Rooted firmly in the solid foundation of the Measured Ability Group of Companies, Greys Nursing Services has been trusted as an industry leader in the medical sector for over 40 years.
An extensive network of regional offices empower us to operate with unmatched efficiency both nationally and internationally.
Our benchmarking procedure requires that all staff successfully complete our registration process which is in line with client specific competencies – including the following recruitment processes such as:
- Interviewed Face-to-Face & Reference Checked
- Criminal Checked & ITC checks (on request)
- Verifications are done on applicant’s RN / EN / ENA registration documents with SANC
- Medical Tests (on request and job related)
- Induction to company policies
- Orientation (1 day at client)
- Orientation feedback received from Client
- Candidates are then assigned on a contractual / ad-hoc basis as per the clients staffing requirements, their performance is then managed during the contract period.
Besides the daily visible presence of our on-site operations what is not evidenced and goes on behind the scenes is the huge amount of administration undertaken on behalf of our clients. This includes but is not limited to the following and this is why your organisation requires expert administration:
Full Wage Administration
U.I.F, Workman’s Compensation, Levies, Taxes, Insurances, Paid Public Holidays, Sick Leave Admin, Annual Leave Admin, Family Responsibility Admin, IOD’s, Banking and Staff Advances.
Human Resources / Personnel
Contracts of Employment, all Administration and Management of Personnel Files, Payroll Administration, Recruitment and Selection.
Industrial / Labour Relations
No obligations or necessary involvement in any IR issues. Employee disciplinary procedures, grievances, industrial action, CCMAs etc.
Attending to staff complaints, pay issues, mobilisations to site etc.
Staff Bank / Pool Management
Manage orientation process
Grey’s Nursing Services has been a trusted industry leader in South Africa’s healthcare sector for over 40 years. We supply caregivers, ward aides, registered nurses, enrolled nurses, and special nursing assignees. Grey’s handles all admin, contracts, industrial relations and payroll.
Grey’s has a pool of qualified, reliable, experienced nurses who have been background checked and trained to provide high-level care. We offer flexibility and on-demand services to our clients.
What do nursing services entail?
What do you think of when you hear the word “nurse”? Most people envision a caring professional in scrubs or a white uniform who provides basic bedside care and comfort.
However, nursing services include various activities and responsibilities, from providing direct patient care to performing administrative tasks. They may also be responsible for developing care plans, supervising other medical staff members, and educating patients and their families about their health conditions.
Nurses play an essential role in our society, and we proudly offer high-quality nursing services to our clients.
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Why Entrust Us to Find a Suitable Nurse in South Africa
Nursing is one of the most important in the medical field, as nurses play a vital role in ensuring that patients receive the best possible care. In South Africa, nursing services are in high demand due to the staffing challenges that many hospitals and clinics face.
Overcoming these challenges makes Greys perfectly positioned to provide your organisation with nursing recruitment and staffing services. We have in-depth regional knowledge and understanding of the nursing sector in South Africa, and our team is dedicated to finding the right nurse for your specific needs.
Facets of Our Homecare Nursing
Greys offers a comprehensive home nursing service tailored to your specific needs as an outsourced nursing specialist. We can provide you with a range of nursing professionals ready to work within your budget, including:
- Ward aids
- Registered nurses
- Enrolled nurses
- Enrolled nursing assistants
Our highly trained and experienced nurses will work closely with you to develop a care plan that meets your unique needs. We understand that each patient is different and will work with you to ensure you receive the best possible care.
We offer the following specialist nursing professionals to an extensive range of establishments, including:
- Care Facilities
- Retirement villages and Old Age Homes
- Frail Care Facilities
- Palliative Care Facilities
- Home-Based Care/Home Care Nursing
- Private Hospitals and Clinics
Staff Communication Structures
Our Operational staff adopt an open door policy and deal with all staff empathetically.
A contract manager will ensure that each client’s requirements are met daily per the Service Level Agreement.
Greys will conduct regular site visits to ensure to meet exceptional service levels.
The Site Manager will always be available 24 hours a day for any emergencies or concerns you might experience.
Greys will address all staff performance issues with a sense of urgency, and we will provide feedback on the outcome of any disciplinary action that has been taken.
Besides our on-site operations’ daily visible presence, what is not evidenced and goes on behind the scenes is the vast amount of administration undertaken on behalf of our clients. This admin includes but is not limited to the following, and this is why your organisation requires expert administration:
Full Wage Administration
Greys Nursing Services takes care of complete wage administration and all related tasks, including:
- Workman’s Compensation
- Levies, Taxes
- Paid Public Holidays
- Sick Leave Admin
- Annual Leave Admin
- Family Responsibility Admin
- IOD leave pay
- Staff Advances
Human Resources / Personnel
We handle everything HR and personnel related for our nurses, including:
- Contracts of Employment
- Administration and Management of Personnel Files
- Payroll Administration
- Recruitment and Selection
Industrial / Labour Relations
As a client, you have no obligations or necessary involvement in any industrial or labour relations issues as we handle:
- Employee disciplinary procedures
- Industrial action
Greys attends to staff complaints, pay issues, mobilisations to the site and all site-related queries.
- Staff Bank/Pool Management
- Managing the orientation process
An Overview of Short-Term Nursing Services
Short-term nursing services are designed to meet the needs of patients who require care for a brief period, typically due to an illness or injury. This type of care is usually provided in a hospital setting. Still, healthcare specialists can offer it in other locations, such as nursing homes, rehabilitation centres, and home health agencies.
We can provide short-term nursing services on an as-needed basis or on a regular schedule. We can also offer them for a specific period, such as during recovery from surgery.
Ultimately, short-term nursing services aim to help patients recover from their illness or injury and return to their normal activities.
An Overview of Long-Term Nursing Services
Long-term nursing services are designed for patients who require care for an extended period, typically due to a chronic illness or disability. This type of care is usually provided in a nursing home or other long-term care facility, but we can also offer it in the home care setting.
MASA can provide long-term nursing services on an as-needed basis or a regular schedule. We can also offer them for a specific period, such as during recovery from surgery.
Ultimately, long-term nursing services aim to help patients manage their chronic illness or disability and maintain their quality of life.
How does private nursing differ from nursing in public healthcare facilities?
The main difference between private nursing and nursing in public healthcare facilities is that an individual nurse usually provides private nursing. In contrast, a team of nurses usually provides nursing in public health care facilities.
Private nursing can be more expensive than nursing in public health care facilities, but it can also be more personalised and tailored to the patient’s needs. Private nursing can also be more flexible in terms of scheduling and hours.
One disadvantage of private nursing is that the nurse may have less experience than a team of nurses in a public healthcare facility. Another disadvantage is that private nursing may not be covered by insurance.
Some benefits of private nursing include the following:
- More personalised care
- More specialised nursing options
- More flexible scheduling
- The nurse can be available 24/7
- No waiting lists
Private nursing can be an excellent option for patients who need more personalised or specialised care. It is crucial to weigh the pros and cons of private nursing before deciding.
Some disadvantages of private nursing include the following:
- It may be more expensive
- The nurse may not have as much experience
- Insurance may not cover all of the costs
Benefits of Outsourcing Nursing Services
There are many benefits to outsourcing your nursing staff to Greys Nursing Services. We take on the responsibility of recruiting, training, managing, and payroll for our nurses. This hands-on approach gives you the peace of mind that we manage your nursing staff as a trusted and experienced partner.
In addition, we offer a wide range of nursing services that you can customise to meet your specific needs. We also provide flexible staffing solutions that can be scaled up or down as your needs change.
And because we are a leading provider of outsourced nursing services in South Africa, we can offer our clients a wide variety of benefits, including:
- A large pool of qualified and experienced nurses
- Background checks and training for all of our nurses
- Flexible staffing solutions that can be scaled up or down as needed
- On-demand nursing services
- A wide range of nursing services that you can customise to meet your needs
Frequently Asked Questions
What do homecare nurses do?
Homecare nurses provide nursing care to patients in their homes. They may visit patients regularly or be called out to provide care on an as-needed basis.
Homecare nurses may provide a wide range of services, including wound care, IV therapy, and medication management.
What are the duties of a home health nurse?
The duties of a home health nurse include providing nursing care to patients in their homes, coordinating care with other members of the healthcare team, and educating patients and their families about their condition.
What is the difference between a home health nurse and a hospice nurse?
A home health nurse provides nursing care to patients in their homes. A hospice nurse provides nursing care to terminally ill patients who they do not expect to live more than six months.
Hospice nurses care for patients and their families, focusing on comfort and quality of life rather than cure.
What are the advantages of home care nursing?
Some of the advantages of home care nursing include the following:
- Patients can receive nursing care in the comfort of their own homes.
- Homecare nurses can develop close relationships with their patients.
- Homecare nursing can be less expensive than hospital care.
How to hire a nurse for home care?
To hire a nurse for home care, you can contact a home care nursing agency in South Africa or hire a private duty nurse. Home care agencies will provide potential clients with qualified nurses available to work in their area.
Healthcare facilities can hire private duty nurses through an agency, or you can contact them directly. When hiring a private duty nurse, ask for references and check their credentials.