MOR. Healthcare specialises in permanent recruitment of nurses across Australia.
We listen to your needs to ensure high quality outcomes for both candidates and clients. Finding the right match of skill set and career objectives between both parties is our number one focus.
We prioritize understanding the needs of our candidates. We recognize that securing employment is not the sole objective; it’s about finding a role that aligns with your career objectives and offers a fulfilling work experience. By comprehending your skills, interests, and goals, we identify job opportunities that cater to your unique needs. Throughout the job search process, we provide close support, guidance, and feedback to help you succeed. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that you obtain a high-quality job that fosters your career growth and fulfillment.
We recognize the importance of finding the right candidate for your organization’s success. Our process involves understanding your needs and business objectives, and identifying the perfect match of skills and experience for your open positions. We closely collaborate with you to source well-vetted, qualified candidates who can make a meaningful impact on your team and help you achieve your goals. Our priority is delivering quality outcomes to ensure a successful partnership.
Finding the right role for you
At Mor Healthcare, we’re dedicated to helping you find your ideal fit in the healthcare industry. We understand that it’s not just a job; it’s about discovering a career that aligns with your interests, goals, and skillset. Our team of expert recruiters takes the time to personally understand your needs and career objectives. Leveraging our extensive network and resources, we find the best opportunities that match your qualifications and aspirations. Whether you’re starting the process or ready to take the next step, we’re here to guide you throughout. Let us propel your career in healthcare and achieve your professional goals
Company Director Javiera, founded MOR. Healthcare in 2014. Javiera has over 15 years of nursing recruitment experience from Australia and the UK.
Catalina has recently joined MOR. Healthcare in 2022. Shes experienced in the corporate world working in both Australia and UK.
How we help
Nurses work in various areas such as general medicine, renal, endocrinology, cardiology, oncology, neurological and respiratory medicine, and acute on chronic medical conditions. They provide care to patients and their families while collaborating with a multidisciplinary team. Their roles encompass planning, assessment, and delivery of care, as well as ongoing communication with senior clinicians, patients, and families.
Nurses provide care for vulnerable older people in various community settings, including high- and low-level care facilities such as residential care and transitional care. Registered and enrolled nurses collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to ensure continuous support for patients and their families.
Critical Care is a specialized department in hospitals that encompasses services in the Emergency Department (ED), Intensive Care Unit (ICU), High Dependency Unit (HDU), and Coronary Care Unit (CCU). Nurses in this department provide care to critically ill patients and closely collaborate with doctors and specialists to assess, treat, and monitor their condition while also fulfilling their basic care needs. Many nurses in Critical Care hold a Post Graduate certificate.
The Central Sterile Supply Department (CSSD) is a specialized area that plays a crucial role in supporting the functioning of operating theaters. Nurses in CSSD are responsible for various tasks, including collecting, decontaminating, assembling, packing, sterilizing, and distributing sterile goods to operating suites. Their key roles involve ensuring the accuracy of instruments and maintaining a smooth flow of operations in the CSSD to meet operational needs.
Registered midwives collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to offer support and guidance to women throughout pregnancy, labor, and the postpartum period. They provide education on preventive and antenatal care, promote positive birthing experiences, and assist families in preparing for parenthood.
Registered nurses play a crucial role in providing care for individuals with mental health disorders. They enhance recovery by establishing respectful therapeutic relationships and helping patients build on their strengths and resilience. Key responsibilities of nurses in this field include conducting ongoing mental state reviews, monitoring medication side effects and cardiometabolic health, and collaborating within a multidisciplinary team. They also employ evidence-based psychoeducation and psychotherapeutic interventions to promote optimal health outcomes.
Neonatal nurses specialize in providing care to newborn infants with medical conditions, including prematurity, infections, and congenital abnormalities. They collaborate within a multidisciplinary team to assess, plan, and deliver care while offering support and education to families. Effective communication with patients, families, and senior clinicians is essential in ensuring the well-being of newborns and their families.
Operating theatre nurses in Australia are vital members of the surgical team, with responsibilities that include preparing patients for surgery, maintaining a sterile environment, and monitoring vital signs during procedures. They work in close collaboration with healthcare professionals and play a critical role in ensuring patient safety and well-being. Effective communication is essential for them to deliver the highest quality care during surgical procedures.
Paediatric nurses in Australia specialize in providing specialized care to infants, children, and adolescents. They collaborate with healthcare professionals to deliver personalized care, administer medication, monitor vital signs, and offer emotional support. They also play a crucial role in educating families and promoting the health and development of young patients through effective communication and ongoing support.
Nurses offer rehabilitation support to patients with complex musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, amputee, stroke, and neurological conditions. They provide assistance to patients and families, utilizing effective communication skills and collaborating within a multidisciplinary team. This approach promotes physical function and facilitates a smooth transition back home for patients.