Pulse Health App uses a ‘Data Protection by Design and Default’ approach

  • SCW
  • NHS Apps Library
  • General Data Protection Regulation
  • Information Commissioner’s Office
  • NHS DSP Toolkit & Information Governance
  • IASME Consortium
  • Cyber Essential Plus
  • ISO-27001 Certified Data Centre

Step 1

Download and install Pulse Health App from the Google Play or Apple App Stores. Or click on the web app icon (in the top right) to use the web app

Step 2

Login with NHSmail Single Sign On (your NHSmail email and password) or set up an account with your organisations NHS federated email address (we will verify your email account automatically through our directory)


Step 3

Setup your pin code (which you will require after 15 mins of inactivity), and complete your user profile

Step 4

Complete your profile with as much information as you can. Please include your job title, ward, specialty, department, and site, as applicable


Step 5

Use the Full NHS Directory to search, find, and invite your colleagues to Pulse Health App. You can use the filters or direct search functionality

Step 6

Once you have found your colleague. You can either click to chat. Or if they are not currently a Pulse Health App user you will see a circle next to their name. You can simply click ‘Invite to App’ or multi-select users to invite. An email invite will be sent to their NHS federated email.


Step 7

Chat, Group Chat, Voice Call, Video Call, send Images, Videos and Files securely. Check back regularly for new features and upgrades. Stay safe and keep your finger on the Pulse


Become a
Pulse Health App

  1. Improve clinical communications within your team, across your organisation and further
  2. Undertake a rewarding quality improvement project
  3. Enhance your CV
  4. Official recognition and certification from the Pulse Health team
  5. Become a face of Pulse Health App

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