The Holt Doctors Handbook has been designed to help you to work efficiently and effectively within the National Health Service and to maintain the high professional standards expected. It includes information about Holt Doctors’ processes and procedures to make working with us as easy and straightforward as possible. It also sets out the standards with which you are expected to comply, and gives clear policies and procedures to follow to enable you to work with us.
Already registered with us?
As a registered doctor you are required to read the most up-to-date version of the Handbook and version 3 has now been issued. If you are already registered with Holt Doctors and have received notification that amendments have been made to the Handbook, please download the Handbook using the link above and read and note the amendments. If there is anything you do not understand, please contact your Recruitment Consultant for clarification. Once you are satisfied you understand and can comply with these amended requirements, email confirmation that you have done this by clicking on the link below. Please note that you are no longer compliant within the registration process until you have completed this and confirmed this to us.
The recently issued Version 3 Holt Doctors’ Handbook contains reference to the new system of vetting and barring by the Independent Safeguarding Authority. The Home Secretary, Theresa May, issued a statement on 15 June 2010 to the House of Commons which confirms the stated intention of the coalition Government to review the Vetting & Barring and criminal records regimes to ensure that they are scaled back to common sense levels. The text regarding the Independent Safeguarding Authority Registration in the Handbook, particularly around the introduction dates, will be re-issued once we receive further information. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Please still send in your confirmation when you have read the Handbook. Thank you.
See the announcement here.