Benefits of joining Isla Stewart.

We care for our care givers

DIGITAL NURSING AGENCY

We support our healthcare assistants.

We believe passionately that care givers deserve to be well paid for the work they do.

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Choose the best carer jobs.

Whether you're looking for nursing home jobs, NHS work, nursing home shifts, home-care or live-care shifts, registering with Isla Stewart will give you access to work in all clinical settings.

Free continuous professional training

We are committed to investing in our staff throughout their careers: we deliver both free mandatory and bespoke training to help with your professional development as well as supporting staff career progression through NVQs.
We believe this is best achieved through in-house resources and training and so run our very own programme of courses with our own in-house trainer.

We care about our carers' welfare.

We believe this is best achieved through in-house resources and training and so run our very own programme of courses with our own in-house trainer. 
Experience has shown our in-house development programme is better received by staff, leads to better performance, aligns more efficiently with companies’ organisational goals and overall produces better results for both the client and our employees.

healthcare assistants

Join a team who cares.

We supply healthcare assistants to NHS hospitals, care homes, home care and live-in care.

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Isla Stewart.

Born in Scotland, Ms Stewart started her life's work at St Thomas's and was appointed to the position of Matron of St Bartholomew's Hospital in 1887.

Some of her notable contributions include founding the Matron's Council in 1894, setting up the International Council of Nurses in 1899 and co-authoring "Practical Nursing", "Nursing Record" and "Uniform Curriculum of Education for Nurses".

Isla Stewart emphasised practical nursing experience over theoretical instructions, and more importantly, the moral values that all nurses have to own to be successful and effective.

“Isla Stewart's claim to greatness is that...she used her position to further the welfare of nursing”