The jobs, awarded to the AIM-listed firm’s wholly-owned subsidiaries Vocare and Greenbrook Healthcare, will be delivered across the North East of England, the Midlands and Greater London.
The two subsidiaries together form the urgent care division, which works with the emergency number 111.
The segment delivered higher revenue throughout the pandemic after seeing higher contacts and consultations as people were asked to self-isolate and to self-manage pre-existing conditions at home.
“Totally continues to adapt to the ever-changing requirements of the NHS and end-patients in this unpredictable environment, and we are confident that we are well-positioned to meet any future fluctuations in demand, particularly as we enter the busy winter period,” said chief executive Wendy Lawrence in a statement.
Shares advanced 8% to 21.6p on Thursday morning.