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Why Network Nursing Agency?

Why Network Nursing Agency (NNA)

Originally established in 1997, Network Nursing Agency (NNA) started out as a family run business, with our agency seeking to provide a service to the community by ensuring that the patients of New South Wales busiest hospitals and healthcare clinics could always rest assured that they would receive an outstanding level of care during their most difficult times.

Why you should choose NNA?

  • Competitive pay & flexible roster arrangements

  • Wide range of shifts across Sydney

  • Friendly local team since 1997

  • Access to training and career progression

  • Providing service to the most well recognised and respected healthcare providers in Australia such as Ramsay and Healthscope

  • Nurses and Midwives decide when and where they want to work with flexible roster arrangements

  • Opportunities for career progression in specialised areas.

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Find out how Network Nursing Agency can help you

  • I love being able to pick and choose my hours and change my mind if something comes up. I don't have the same commitment pressure I would have from a permanent position.
    I have better rates of pay compared to working full time along with sick pay/ holiday pay.

    Aisling McNamara, Registered Nurse
  • Since joining NNA I have been exposed to many different opportunities in my career. I work frequently on different medical and surgical wards in different hospitals around Sydney. I have had the opportunity to teach through the Australian Healthcare Academy (AHA) facilitating through Western Sydney University and Australian College of Nursing (ACN).

    Laura Burns, Registered Nurse
  • Thank you to everyone in the office. Honestly, from the bottom of my heart you have all been an amazing support. Before I started agency work, I was nervous thinking I would be cancelled or it would be hard to settle in. With the support from everyone in the office I have got full time hours for over a year...

    Orla Murphy , Registered Nurse