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A caring and personal approach, offering excellent service and support.

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YNA delivers more than 500,000 hours of care each year.

We’re 100% Australian owned and operated and our goal is to provide the highest level of support to healthcare staff, and ensure the right fit for the right role. YNA is managed by an expert team with 120 years combined experience working in Australia's leading nursing agencies. We aim to excel as an agency and give our staff the caring and personal approach they deserve.

We place registered nurses, enrolled nurses, specialist nurses, midwives, personal care workers and health support staff in metropolitan and rural healthcare settings. We are a panel supplier to the South Australian, Queensland and Victorian governments. We offer work in sites across all states in all areas of nursing. We will support your career and work hard to give you a positive agency experience.

YNA has a team of experienced agency managers who are committed to providing the best quality service for our people. Our aim is to be the agency of choice for both nurses and clients, through providing excellent service and support at all times.

The key features of YNA’s operations are:

How we operate

As a leading nursing staff agency, we provide highly skilled and experienced nursing, care and healthcare support staff. We take care of communication and training to understand client needs and role purpose.

YNA maintains the strictest joining criteria and has clinically competent registered nurses managing the recruitment process. This ensures only suitably qualified and experienced nurses are placed with clients.

We value friendly service for both our nurses and clients. Our Allocations team understands your needs and as an agency, we empower them to offer exceptional service without compromise.

We take quality improvement seriously and maintain an ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System that is independently audited and certified by BSI. We follow the Australian Government’s Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission’s Aged Care Quality Standards and the NDIS Practice Standards.

YNA’s management team has comprehensive industry experience to support your needs. Retaining exceptional staff is a key business priority, along with the right fit for the right role.

Our Team

Our management team has over 120 years combined experience.

The YNA team is focused on our staff and understanding what you want in work. We have work available for nurse managers, general nurses, specialist nurses, midwives, assistants in nursing, carers, home care staff and other aged care support staff. Our goal is to work collaboratively with our staff to find and prepare them for suitable roles, including offering the support and training that you need.

Our business is locally owned and operated by nurses and healthcare staff who have worked in a range of environments including acute care, aged care, regional and remote and community care settings.

As an Australian company, we share a strong sense of community with our staff and clients. We value corporate social responsibility (CSR), and our people participate in many local activities to support our communicates. Amongst our staff we have elected local councillors, volunteer paramedics and volunteer firefighters.

Our diverse group of clients includes public and private hospitals, community care organisations, local councils, regional and remote health facilities and clients who require experienced staff.

Make YNA Your Nursing Agency – apply now to join our team.

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Our business has grown significantly in recent years.
Learn more about our growth timeline.

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100% Australian owned and operated

YNA is a current panel provider to public facilities in South Australia, Queensland and Victoria. We provide quality staff for clients in private acute and aged care facilities and general care facilities across Australia.


"I enjoy working with the YNA team. They know their staff. I enjoy their friendliness and ease of communication. I feel they listen to us."
- Celia, Queensland