UK-based Zim firm wins NHS contract

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ZIMBABWEAN owned, Renaissance Personnel, was recently named among the companies awarded contracts to supply nurses and social workers to the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS).
Renaissance welcomed their inclusion on the Government Procurement Service (GPS) for two years with an option for another twenty-four months.
Said the company in a statement: “For Renaissance it has been a long journey worthy all the sacrifices.
“With over a decade of solid health and social care staff recruitment experience and the subsequent attainment of multiple performance accolades, we believe that now is the time to emulate our success story and continue to attract the finest nurses, social workers and allied health care staff there is.”
Company director, Dennis Mawadzi added: “We are proud to be included on this New GPS-NHS agency framework and are delighted to provide dependable health care recruitment solutions to a World Class Heath Service.
“More will be done to continue attracting competent local staff in all the areas we serve. Our commitment to standards will never be compromised, especially at a time when strategic resource management is so key to business continuity.
“My gratitude goes to the office team and superb field staff for keeping the dream alive through being good ambassadors wherever they are assigned and of course to my dearest wife Melissa, who has always offered her unequivocal support without which completing the tender would have been an impossible task.
“Plans are underway to expand Renaissance Personnel services to other major cities in the UK. We will endeavour to add value to the GPS’ commitment to ‘Save the Nation’ while at the same time ensuring that quality and best patient outcomes are achieved though the provision of efficient and cost effective staffing solutions.”Advertisement