14 Jun

Delivering top Service to Medical Professionals


For medical professionals starting out in a new role, feeling confident and supported is absolutely paramount. Whether taking on shift work or entering in to full-time employment, it is vital that there is a clear structure to work to at all times. At TNA medical we understand the importance of providing a full support system, so that our staff feel assured in their roles and can carry out their work to the best of their ability.

Having worked with medical professionals and organisations for a number of years now, we know that efficiency and precision is key to an effective working environment. We understand the need for flexibility when it comes to agency work so we ensure that our medical staff are given the shifts that work for them, and never mess around with timings.

We offer guidance in all areas of the medical world and make our nurses the top priority. Each person employed through TNA medical is provided with a one on one consultant who will be there every step of the way, from first point of contact right through to the end of the contract. We always provide our staff with all the information they need before they enter into a new role and make them aware of any changes happening in the medical world.

TNA are dedicated to matching the right person, with the right skills, to the right roles every time, maintaining the highest standard and service throughout.

14 Jun

Mental Health Awareness Week

This week a number of organisations, influential individuals and medical services have come together to shed light on the issue of mental health, to support those suffering with the illness and to help break down the stigma attached to it. With the theme of ‘thriving or surviving’ it calls for greater awareness of the issue and hopes to highlight how to spot whether someone you know is struggling with their mental health.

Around 1 in 4 people now experience negative mental health issues at some point in their life and it is becoming increasingly prominent in both males and females of all ages within the UK. Recent surveys found that many people still do not understand or appreciate the problems of mental health and believe that the number one cause of the illness is lack of willpower. This week aims to alter the perceptions on mental health, shed light on the real issues and change the culture surrounding it.

Fortunately, greater awareness is now being raised with campaigns taking to social media and in the news. Stronger measures are in place to help support those in need, by encouraging them to seek help and raising awareness in others. The campaign hopes to drive the UK to become a thriving nation and promote positive mental health.

Doctors and nurses of all levels are essential for providing the necessary support for those suffering with mental health and play a critical role in offering advice and awareness about the issue within the UK.