Nursing Agency Isle of Wight

Nursing agency Newcross Healthcare is based in Lugley Street in Newport on the Isle of Wight. Providing excellent quality personalised care to clients on the island, our expert healthcare team has experience in a wide range of settings including nursing homes and care homes.

We employ registered nurses and experienced care assistants in our local team, all of whom are committed to excellence in care, just as we are. Everyone signs up to the Newcross team pledge upon joining and works towards providing care that enhances the wellbeing of each individual in our care while protecting their dignity. If you would like to join our team, why not view all Care Assistant Jobs on the Isle of Wight here.

Get in touch

Use the detail below to contact our Isle of Wight office

Corner House
68-70 Lugley Street
Isle of Wight
PO30 5ET

Tel: 01983 220 024
Fax: 01983 559 337

Your Business Centre Manager is: Karen Furnell

Your Complex Care Manager is: Gillian Irish

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