Two Northern Ireland healthcare providers merge to offer specialised healthcare recruitment

Kingdom Healthcare and Kingdom Medical merge to create specialised healthcare business across Northern Ireland
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Two of Northern Ireland’s leading providers in healthcare recruitment have united to form a single operator collectively employing over 500 direct and external employees.

With offices in Downpatrick and Lurgan, Kingdom Healthcare and Kingdom Medical merged on April 1 to become Kingdom Healthcare.

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Directly employing 310 staff and with an additional 200 external front-line workers in Northern Ireland, the merger marks a significant step forward in enhancing the quality of services provided, expanding Kingdom’s presence in the healthcare sector, whilst keeping existing services running smoothly during this transition.

As part of the wider £250million turnover Kingdom Services Group, the merger enables both parts of Kingdom to streamline their strengths, resources and expertise to better serve clients and communities.

Bal Sohal, COO of Kingdom Healthcare, said: “We are excited by this consolidation of our knowledge, expertise, and resources to become a stronger, more efficient Kingdom Healthcare. This merger means we will continue to grow as a company, meeting the evolving needs of our clients and providing the highest quality service.”

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Jay Thinsa, the new director of Service for Kingdom Healthcare, explained: “Both Kingdom Healthcare and Medical have a commitment to excellence and are dedicated to offering high-quality and compassionate health support. This merger means all our colleagues can better work towards this shared goal.”

Two of Northern Ireland’s leading providers in the healthcare industry have united to form a single operator collectively employing over 500 direct and external employees. With offices in Downpatrick and Lurgan, Kingdom Healthcare and Kingdom Medical merged on April 1 to become Kingdom Healthcare.Two of Northern Ireland’s leading providers in the healthcare industry have united to form a single operator collectively employing over 500 direct and external employees. With offices in Downpatrick and Lurgan, Kingdom Healthcare and Kingdom Medical merged on April 1 to become Kingdom Healthcare.
Two of Northern Ireland’s leading providers in the healthcare industry have united to form a single operator collectively employing over 500 direct and external employees. With offices in Downpatrick and Lurgan, Kingdom Healthcare and Kingdom Medical merged on April 1 to become Kingdom Healthcare.
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Niamh Conaty will become operations director of Kingdom Healthcare in Northern Ireland, while Kim Flora will become operations director of Kingdom Healthcare for England, Scotland, and Wales. Their appointments reflect the strong position the business holds in Northern Ireland with offices in Downpatrick and Lurgan, and across UK.

Niamh said: “We are strengthening our ties with the local community in Northern Ireland and continuing to provide that high quality service. The merger will enable us to continue to transform the healthcare staffing industry in Northern Ireland.”

Kim added: “The merger will allow us to build on our existing strong internal team and push our growth aspirations”.

The merged Kingdom Healthcare business provides nationwide compassionate and tailored home care solutions and healthcare professionals including nurses, care staff and allied health professionals to healthcare organisations such as NHS Trusts and private sector. Hand-picked staff possess the expertise and experience necessary to support clients with diverse needs, including those with dementia, physical disabilities, and complex care requirements.