At The Surgical Consortium, we invest in you, knowing this provides better outcomes for patients

A positive environment

At The Surgical Consortium, we foster a professional environment dedicated to excellence and continuous growth. We believe in investing in our team members' development, providing opportunities for advancement and skill enhancement. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting your career journey, we offer a supportive workplace culture where collaboration and innovation thrive. With access to cutting-edge technology and ongoing training programs, we empower our team to reach their full potential and deliver exceptional care to our patients. Join us and become part of a dynamic team committed to shaping the future of healthcare.

Support System

At The Surgical Consortium, we understand that success is a collective effort. We foster a supportive and collaborative environment that empowers you to thrive in your role. Our support system encompasses various facets, ensuring that you have everything you need to excel.

Feedback & Continuous Improvement

We believe in a culture of continuous improvement, and your input is essential in this journey. We actively seek your feedback, insights, and suggestions to enhance our processes and deliver the best possible care to our patients.

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If you have a colleague or friend who has a record of delivering high-quality services in an NHS or Private Healthcare environment and is interested in a new challenge, please refer them to our recruitment team by filling the form.

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Questions & Answers

Here are some frequently asked questions. If you have any other questions - please get in touch.

Yes. We will provide a contract in the name of your limited company and it will be paid to the associated business account. If you do not have a limited company, we will pay you as an individual. Under these circumstances, it is your responsibility to notify HMRC about the income you are receiving from us.

Compliance is a mandatory requirement. Non-compliant individuals will be stopped from claiming shifts until the have been approved. From start to finish the process takes on average 1 week; however, the speed is entirely up to you. If you have the relevant documentation to hand and engage with our compliance system, this can take a matter of days.

Provided the documentation is current, you do not need to go through this process again; however, some of the documentation has an expiry date and will need to be updated before expiration. Provided you are actively working with us. you will receive notification emails from our compliance system when your documentation is approaching expiry. If you are moved "off the bench"/reactivated following a period of inactivity, everything you previously provided will still be associated with your profile and you will receive a notification to update any expired documents. Examples of this are Statutory & Mandatory Training, Right to Work and DBS.

All our clinical staff are employed by their limited company or have registered with HMRC. TSC does not deduct the tax from your payment and it is your responsibility to declare your income on your tax return or directly to HMRC.

We run the payroll on the Friday following your shift. You will be sent a remittance advice for your records. Please do not query your payment until the the Saturday after you have worked your shift.

Standard practice is that we do not employ clinical staff to work for TSC for the same trust you are employed by. Under certain circumstances, the trust will request this and TSC will make an exception. Our preference is to source staff that come from adjacent trusts that are not experiencing similar pressures. This way we can ensure that we are not solving problems in one trust at the expense of another.

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