Temporary Staffing Solutions

Last-minute, ad-hoc care

Our staffing service supports the last-minute delivery of ad-hoc staffing support for children and adults with complex care needs within their own homes and communities; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can quickly and efficiently step in to provide specialist nurses and support workers to fill any number of shifts. Our rapid response rate and quick-turnaround ensure a seamless transition, giving clients continuity of care and avoiding unnecessary hospital admissions.


Our highly skilled team of nurses and support workers cover a variety of specialisms including ITU, general nursing, mental health and learning disabilities and/or autism. Being part of a fully managed service means we can quickly adapt to your changing needs, providing fully commissioned packages of care, if and when required.

  • No obligation service 

  • Last-minute shifts filled quickly and efficiently 

  • Ongoing rota cover filled with continuity and consistency 

  • A tailored and adaptable service

  • Safe and stable packages of care preventing hospilisation 

  • Close partnership with other providers to ensure a rapid transition to fully commissioned packages of care 

Case studies

Transitioning care - Dylan's story

One-year-old Dylan spent the first year of his life as an inpatient at Birmingham Children’s hospital in the intensive care unit. He was born with intrauterine growth restriction and required continuous ventilation via tracheostomy, a nasogastric tube and had multiple episodes of self-extubation and cardiac arrest. Dylan was eventually transferred to Acorns; a hospice providing babies with specialist palliative nursing care and support. Pulse Nursing at Home was approached to put a high-quality package of care together to transition Dylan home.

How we helped:

  • A team of support workers recruited in a highly rural location  
  • 12-week turnaround to transition Dylan back home
  • Rigorous training provided for support workers
  • Open and honest communication to build the trust of a family with an extremely low perception of care providers
  • Dylan back home thriving in his own home and community and now working closely with the CCG to support a step down in care due to the stability, quality and consistency of care we have provided

Please click here to view Dylan’s story in full.


Get in touch

For more information about our staffing service or to book a no-obligation meeting with one of our specialist business managers to discuss how we can support you, please complete the enquiry form below and we will be in touch:

Enquiry Form

Please note - if you are looking to register or apply to work for Pulse Nursing at Home as a Nurse or a Support Worker please click here.