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Once your registration with Templars Medical is complete your designated recruitment consultant will be in touch regularly with suitable locums for you to consider.

To help you prepare for any locum assignment you are booked for we have put together some information you will find useful.

Before you start

For each locum you are booked for we will email you a booking confirmation which details:

  • Hospital address
  • Start and end date and rota
  • Reporting instructions on your first day
  • Confirmation of your rate of pay
  • Breaks policy (if applicable)
  • Accommodation details
  • Timesheet & expenses forms
  • Uniform requirements (if applicable)

Your first day at the hospital

On the first day of your locum we will contact you to ensure you have received induction and orientation and there are no issues. Upon arriving at the hospital you must have the following available:

  • Templars ID badge – to be worn at all times whilst on hospital premises
  • Photographic ID documentation – such as passport or driving licence photocard

It is important to familiarise yourself with the hospital and your induction should cover:

  • Health and Safety procedure
  • Fire procedure
  • Important telephone and bleep numbers
  • Crash Call procedure
  • Security and Confidentiality procedure
  • Moving and Handling procedure
  • Staff facilities
  • Procedures for the pharmacy and prescriptions
  • Incident Reporting procedure
  • Reporting structure and how to access advice

Time sheets & payment

It is mandatory your completed timesheet is authorised to prevent any delays in payment.

Fax your completed, authorised timesheets and expenses to
+44 (0)1756 661123
or email


We aim to make registration as easy as possible and will make an appointment to meet you face to face. Our aim is to complete the pre-employment checks within 1 – 2 weeks.

Your designated recruitment consultant will let you know the documents we need. You can also refer to our registration checklist which you can download here.

As an approved supplier on several NHS frameworks it is mandatory we undertake pre employment checks in line with NHS standards and in addition have checked your suitability for any jobs we offer.

As an approved supplier on several NHS frameworks the terms within these frameworks often require we undertake additional checks than would normally be completed when applying directly for an NHS post.

Your designated recruitment consultant will let you know which training modules will need to be completed.

In line with industry legislation, regulation and guidelines it is mandatory we undertake the six levels of checks detailed below:

  • Proof of identity
  • Employment history and professional references
  • Work Health Assessment
  • Right to work status
  • Criminal records
  • Qualifications and professional registration

You are required to provide a minimum of two referees from your two most recent engagements covering a three year period.

We are required to apply for your references directly to the referees you provide to us.