SWL to partner with RotaMaster to enable a flexible workforce pool of over 1,200 staff across the region.

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17 July 2022

South-West London Primary Care Provider Alliance to partner with RotaMaster to enable a flexible workforce pool of over 1,200 staff across the region.

We’re delighted to announce a partnership between South-West London Primary Care Provider Alliance (SWL) and RotaMaster for the delivery of a shared flexible resource pool.

The partnership will see the shared talent resource pool rolled out across five boroughs in the region which oversees the management of more than 1,200 staff, across various roles including ANPs, GPs, Nurses, Doctors, Admins, HCAs, Receptionists and Management.

RotaMaster’s workforce management technology will help increase collaboration across the region by enabling the Alliance to create its own segmented workforce pools and release shifts to a wider collaborative bank. Crucially, this means that staff will have more choice over how and where they wish to work – reducing rota gaps, improving staff engagement, and reducing reliance on external agencies.

Primary Care Services have remained resilient throughout the pandemic and as we move into the next phase of workforce challenges, the RotaMaster shared staff bank will ensure that dependency on agency staff is minimised – helping the Alliance achieve objectives set out by NHS England to reduce agency costs by 10%.

Rob Barraclough MD at RotaMaster commented, “This is a perfect example of our partnership centred approach. We have really enjoyed the journey, working with Mariam and the team to shape this unique offering. We can’t wait to launch and be a part of this amazing initiative and the incredible work it will deliver across South West London”

Mariam Ganesaratnam, Director and CEO at SWL added, “”The SWL Flexible workforce pool has successfully staffed various services from extended access, Covid services (including vaccinations) and winter resilience within primary care and across the system. Working in collaboration with RotaMaster, the SWL Alliance, SWL Federations and Primary Care Networks have been able to build workforce resilience due to the tools and technology as well as the flexibility that RotaMaster has been able to provide.””

For more information, or to join the SWL shared staff bank please email SWLFlexi-pool@mertonhealth.org.

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