We provide mental, physical and community healthcare in three London boroughs: Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow.
With over 40 sites, we serve a local population of 800,000.
We also provide regional and national services, caring for patients from across the South of England. These include Broadmoor Hospital for high secure patients, Cassel Hospital for people with personality disorder and our forensic services.
The Trust employs 3,982 staff, of which 46% are from Black and Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) background. Our turnover in 2020/21 was £314m.
In recent years, there has been a step change in staff engagement, culture, performance and ambition of the organisation. We’re now rated as ‘Good’ overall by the Care Quality Commission, and the rating for our forensic services has improved from ‘Requires improvement’ to ‘Outstanding’.
We’ve won national awards for our workforce programmes and more recently we were highly commended for ‘Mental Health Trust of the Year’ 2020 by the Health Service Journal.
Priory is the leading independent provider of behavioural care in the UK.
We organise ourselves into three divisions – healthcare, education and children’s services, and adult care services – which together support the needs of more than 30,000 people every year.
Our purpose is to make a real and lasting difference for everyone we support.
Priory is dedicated to helping people to improve their health and wellbeing. We understand that in order for people to achieve high quality clinical and educational outcomes they need individually tailored programmes, suiting their specific needs.
We provide a wide range of community, mental health and learning disability services to the people of Barnsley, Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield – a population of around 1.25 million. We also provide some specialist medium secure (forensic) services to the whole of Yorkshire and the Humber. Any one of us, our friends or family, may need to use our services – which is why we run them with all of us in mind.
North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust (NCIC)
Established on 1st October 2019, North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust (NCIC) is creating a centre of excellence in providing rural and remote healthcare and provides a wide range of community and acute services throughout north Cumbria and beyond.
Our 6000 strong workforce is led by clinical and support staff who are driven by our values to provide safe, high quality care every time, Our NCIC way. We are passionate about our values of kindness, respect, ambition and collaboration and want NCIC to be a great place for everyone to work.
We have 5 key principles that we believe are vital to deliver ‘safe, high quality care for our patients every time’.
We have strong links with local universities in Cumbria providing high quality placements for students as well as good relationships with our partners meaning we can offer a vast range of unique careers at NCIC. We have the rurality of Cumbria and the Lake District on our doorstep but equally we can be in major cities within a couple of hours due to our great transport links.
Find out more about what we can offer you at NCIC.
North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust is the busiest ambulance service outside of London, providing services to a population of over seven million people across a geographical area of approximately 5,400 square miles. The Trust employs over 6,000 staff in roles spanning urgent and emergency care, non-emergency patient transport, NHS 111 and corporate services. NWAS’ emergency crews attend more than one million incidents each year.
Ramsay Health Care leads the way in developing the role of private health care in Australia. We are the nation’s largest private hospital operator. With 72 hospitals and day surgery units, Ramsay Health Care Australia each year admits more than 1 million patients, delivers more than 23,000 babies, and employs more than 31,000 people.
In addition to its comprehensive range of private hospitals, Ramsay Health Care also operates four public facilities in Australia, most notably the Joondalup Health Campus, a comprehensive teaching hospital licensed for more than 700 beds in Western Australia; Noosa Hospital and Peel Health Campus.
Why join Ramsay?
We are a large teaching hospital and major trauma centre located on the south coast of England.
Our clinical care encompasses local acute and elective care for 680,000 people who live in Southampton, the New Forest, Eastleigh and Test Valley. We also provide care for the residents of the Isle of Wight for many services. As the major university hospital on the south coast, UHS provides the full range of tertiary medical and surgical specialities (with the exception of transplantation, renal services and burns) to over 3.7 million people in central southern England and the Channel Islands. We are also a centre of excellence for training the doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals of the future.
We work with the University of Southampton and Solent University to educate and develop staff at all levels, including a large apprenticeship programme, undergraduate and post-graduate education. Our role in research, developed in active partnership with the University of Southampton, is to contribute to the development of treatments for tomorrow’s patients. This work distinguishes us as a hospital that works at the leading edge of healthcare developments in the NHS and internationally. In particular we have nationally-leading research into cancer, respiratory disease, nutrition, cardiovascular disease, bone and joint conditions and complex immune system problems. We are also one of the largest recruiters of patients into clinical trials in the country.
We have over 11,500 people working in our hospitals, and rated ‘Good’ by the CQC in 2018. In the latest NHS Staff Survey we ranked within the top ten of actue trusts for staff recommending us a s a place to work.
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Western Health is the second largest health service in Melbourne. It is situated in one of Australia’s fastest-growing regions and our catchment population of 900,000 come from many diverse and culturally rich communities that speak over 150 languages and dialects.
We provide hospital, community-based and in-reach services to aged, adult and paediatric patients and newborn babies.
The health service has a strong philosophy of working with its local community to deliver excellence in patient care. A positive patient experience is at the centre of everything we aim to do, and with over 9000 employees we strive to become an employer of choice by offering excellent career opportunities for our staff to find the right work/life balance for their career pathway.
We provide a wide range of specialist health and social care services. Our vision is to improve the mental, physical and social wellbeing of the people in our communities. We want people to live fulfilled lives and aim to help them achieve this by providing services which work closely alongside primary care (eg GPs) to meet people’s health and social care needs, support their recovery and improve their health and wellbeing.
Our community-based services aim to provide care and treatment to individuals and their families close to their homes and help them to maintain their independence and continue with their day-to-day lives as much as possible. We also provide a range of in-patient (for people who need to stay in hospital at least one night) and residential services for individuals who cannot be appropriately helped within their community.
Through our learning disability services, we provide supported living to the people who use our services and we work closely with residential care homes and supported living facilities in partnership with housing associations. Many of the people we help are visited in their own homes by our staff. Others attend our clinics to see nurses, social workers, therapists or doctors. We give treatment, care and help to the people who use our services on an individual or group basis.
We also work alongside GPs and other staff in local health centers, or with staff from other organizations, often in the voluntary sector. We often see individuals for short periods of time, providing advice and treatment which helps resolve the person’s problems. For those with more serious, longer-term difficulties.
Orpea Group are a leading global player in care and is currently expanding its healthcare services in Ireland. Orpea Group Ireland is the largest private care home provider in the Irish sector.
Orpea Group Ireland currently have 24 Nursing homes nationwide including Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow, Galway, Tipperary, Laois, Mayo and Donegal.
Orpea Group Ireland also have Manor Homecare which provides homecare in the communities in Dublin and Kildare. Due to its continued expansion in Ireland, Orpea Group Ireland are recruiting for Directors of Nursing, Assistant Directors of Nursing, Clinical Nurse Managers, Staff Nurses, Senior Healthcare Assistants, Health Care Assistants, Domestic Assistants, Kitchen Staff, Housekeeping Staff and many more. Excellent benefits on offer to successful candidates including the opportunity to progress across Ireland and across our European network.
Here at Medway, we pride ourselves on working together as one to ensure that our shared vision of Better, Best, Brilliant is achieved. It operates a single site hospital based in Gillingham, Medway Maritime Hospital, serving a population of more than 405,000 across Medway and Swale.
The hospital is made up of two clinical directorates – Unplanned and Integrated Care and Planned Care – supported by corporate functions. Our maternity and gynaecology services were rated as ‘Outstanding’ for the Caring domain in our CQC report.
With strong leadership the day to day experience for our teams is a great one, staff are valued, excellent quality care is provided and the passion for continuous improvement is high.
Our Trust is a great choice for people who want to develop their career in an ambitious and dynamic environment; our employees are able to choose the coverage and supplemental benefits that best fit their needs and those of their families. Our excellent benefits package includes onsite childcare facilities, various salary sacrifice schemes and a generous annual leave entitlement.
We are delighted to be able to offer a number of new apprenticeships in Leadership and Management, Business Services, Finance, Accounting and HR, Clinical Support Work, Nursing Associate and Assistant Practitioner alongside our in-house comprehensive clinical pathways.
Our culture and values are what drives Medway NHS Foundation Trust and is the heartbeat of who we are as an organisation. It is important that you understand and to refer to our values when you are completing your application and always reflect our values throughout your employment with the Trust
RCSI Hospitals is comprised of Beaumont Hospital, Cavan General Hospital, Connolly Hospital, Louth County Hospital, Monaghan Hospital, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital – Drogheda, Rotunda Hospital and RCSI (Academic Partner).
RCSI Hospitals provides a national service and a regional service to Dublin and the North East.
Beaumont is a large level 4 academic teaching hospital and is affiliated with Dublin City University and Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland located 5km north of Dublin City centre. We strive to deliver the highest quality of care to our patients, excellent training to our staff and students and provide a friendly, stimulating and professional environment for staff.
Beaumont is the National Referral Centre for Neurosurgery and Neurology, Renal Transplantation, and Cochlear Implantation and proudly provides emergency and acute care services across 54 medical and surgical specialties to a local community of some 290,000 people. In addition, we are a Designated Cancer Centre and the Regional Treatment Centre for Ear, Nose and Throat, and Gastroenterology.
To support our staff and ensure they have the necessary skills and competence we offer a range of fully accredited nursing courses across a wide variety of specialist areas.
Cavan & Monaghan Hospital currently provides services to the population of both counties and its catchment area extends to counties Meath, Longford and Leitrim. All acute inpatient services are based in Cavan General Hospital. Monaghan Hospital’s primary role includes the continuing care for medically discharged patients requiring inpatient stepdown and rehabilitation care. Both Hospital sites provide extensive outpatient, theatre and day services with a Minor Injuries Unit located on the Monaghan Hospital site.
Cavan Monaghan Hospital also provides a wide range of support services, including: pathology; radiology; pharmacy; physiotherapy; speech therapy and occupational therapy. Cavan General Hospital is a teaching hospital with links to the Royal College of Surgeons, Royal College of Physicians and the Dundalk Institute of Technology, etc. Students working under the supervision of qualified healthcare professionals may be in-volved in your care. Both sites are actively engaged with HIQA (Health Information & Quality Authority) in meeting their standards to ensure we continually strive to provide a high quality service.
Connolly Hospital is a major teaching and health promoting hospital providing a range of services to a diverse population covering the communities of West Dublin, North Kildare and South County Meath. These services include a 24 hour Emergency Department, acute medical and surgical services, acute psychiatric services, long-stay residential care, day care, out-patient care plus diagnostic and therapeutic and support services.
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital provides acute medical and surgical services as well as maternity services to the catchment area of Louth, Meath and the surrounding hinterland including parts of north county Dublin.
The main Emergency Department for Louth Meath Hospital Group is located at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital. It is supported by an Acute Medical Assessment Unit (AMAU), which provides immediate and early specialist management of adult medical patients and by a Minor Injuries Unit in Louth County Hospital Dundalk and the Emergency Department in Our Lady’s Hospital Navan. Emergency services are provided in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital 365 days a year 24 hours a day.
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital is a Tobacco Free Campus. This means it is no longer possible to smoke anywhere on the hospital campus. The policy applies to all staff, patients, visitors, contractors and anyone who enters the hospital buildings or grounds. This will ensure a healthier, safer and cleaner environment for all and better health outcomes for patients and staff.
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital has introduced an ‘Art in Hospital Programme‘.The aim of the programme is to use art within the hospital to enhance the physical environment for patients, service users and staff.
The Rotunda Hospital has been caring for generations of parents and their babies since 1745. We provide dedicated services to meet the needs of pregnant women and their babies, as well as women with gynaecological conditions, and women and men who experience infertility. As a world class maternity hospital, we consistently seek excellence from our clinicians, management and staff to ensure all our patients receive high quality, safe and reliable care.
Working at The Rotunda Hospital
The Rotunda Hospital is committed to the provision of acute services in maternity, neonatology, gynaecology and, in particular:
Staff Benefits at The Rotunda Hospital
The Ireland East Hospital Group (IEHG) is the largest and most complex of Ireland’s hospital groups. Comprising 12 hospitals (7 voluntary and 5 statutory), IEHG spans eight counties and works with four Community Healthcare Organisation (CHO) partners.
In collaboration with our Academic Partner, UCD, IEHG’s ambition is to be the national leader in healthcare delivery, working to improve the quality of healthcare and deliver better patient outcomes through education, training, research and innovation for the over 1 million people we serve.
Our hospitals are among the best in Ireland for quality of care, medical education, healthcare research, safety and clinical performance delivered through a mix of Voluntary, Independent and Statutory hospitals.
Our hospitals currently provide a wide variety of specialties on a national, regional or local level to different patient categories, which in the future through collaboration and working closely together will allow integration and improved patient flow across the continuum of care. This will enable our Hospital services within the Group to deliver high-quality patient care in the most cost-effective manner.
A core objective of the IEHG is to develop an Academic Health Science Centre, where education and research contribute to patient care and well-being. Internationally, such centres have scored well ahead of non-academic centres for patient outcomes and safety. Academic Health Science Centres also attract leading healthcare professionals and offer excellent training, adopt new technologies and health systems improvements rapidly, and participate in a global effort to advance healthcare. The IEHG builds on the Dublin Academic Medical Centre, an incorporated not-for-profit partnership established in 2007 between UCD and its two affiliated university hospitals, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital and St Vincent’s University Hospital, placing the Dublin Academic Medical Centre at the heart of its network of hospitals.
At the Mater Hospital we don’t just take great care of our patients – we look after each other too. We strive to find the best talent in the healthcare industry to make the Mater Hospital a great place to work.
The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital has always been about people. Our staff are known for their compassion and for their strong sense of community as well as for their exceptional clinical training. The Mater Hospital is a major acute voluntary teaching hospital and holds a pre-eminent place in the delivery of healthcare to the community of North Dublin and rest of the country. The Hospital prides itself with exceptional patient care. Being a leader in research and innovation and providing a working environment focused on personal development, team work and wellbeing, the Mater Hospital is a great place to work.
In close collaboration with the clinical & specialist experts and in association with our academic partners, UCD and DCU, we develop, design, deliver, assess & evaluate an array of specialty related continuing professional development courses, and post graduate programmes, in response to clinical needs, to equip staff with the necessary knowledge, skills, attitudes, and clinical competencies, required for quality patient-centred care.
The Mater is a level 4 teaching hospital based in Dublin’s north inner city. The hospital was opened in 1861 by the Sisters of Mercy. In addition to the local services for our catchment area, the Mater Hospital provides a range of frontline and specialist services on a regional and national level including:
St. Vincent’s University Hospital (a member of the St. Vincent’s Healthcare Group, incorporating St. Vincent’s University Hospital, St. Vincent’s Private Hospital and St. Michael’s Hospital, Dún Laoghaire) is a major teaching Hospital affiliated with University College Dublin and a member of the Ireland East Hospital Group. St. Vincent’s University Hospital is a Joint Commission International accredited hospital. We are proud to bring together a tradition of excellence in clinical care, research and education and a commitment to innovation in order to deliver the highest standard of care to our patients. As we continue to drive major change we are looking for talented individuals with the ambition to make a real impact on our future. St. Vincent’s University Hospital is conveniently located along the DART Line and many frequent bus routes in the city of Dublin, Ireland.
Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan is part of the Louth/Meath Hospital Group and provides a general acute hospital service to the catchment area of Meath and an orthopaedic service to the region as a whole.
Midland Regional Hospital, Mullingar is a public hospital located in Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland. It is managed by the Health Service Executive, and provides acute-care hospital services, including a 24-hour emergency department, for the population of County Westmeath and the Irish Midlands.
St. Luke’s General Hospital is a large acute hospital in Kilkenny City which provides acute healthcare services to the people of Carlow and Kilkenny.
Wexford General Hospital is an Acute General Hospital providing services to the community of Co. Wexford and also to adjoining counties of Waterford,
Kilkenny, Carlow and particularly maternity services to Wicklow. WGH is a 280-bedded hospital providing Inpatient, Outpatient, Day Care, Outreach and Emergency Services.
Clinical services are managed under three speciality groupings in line with the Clinical Programmes and National Recommendations:
– Women’s and Children’s Governance Group
– Medical and Emergency Medicine Governance Group
– Peri-Operative Governance Group
All specialty committees and governance groups are linked into the Quality & Safety Executive Committee.
St. Columcille’s Hospital, Loughlinstown is a public hospital located in Loughlinstown, County Dublin, Ireland. It is managed by the Irish Government’s Health Service Executive and provides acute-care hospital services, including a 24-hour emergency department, for the population of South Dublin and County Wicklow.
Cappagh National Orthopedic Hospital has 159 beds and is the major centre for elective orthopedic surgery in Ireland. The Hospital is a tertiary referral centre for the treatment of complex orthopedic problems including joint replacement surgery, revision joint surgery, foot and upper limb surgery, primary bone tumors, spinal surgery, sports injuries and pediatric orthopedic surgery. In addition, the Active Rehabilitation Unit is a 52 bed unit providing a multidisciplinary service to persons over the age of 65 years whose acute care is completed but for whom discharge to their destination is delayed.
The National Maternity Hospital is the largest maternity hospital in Europe and tertiary centre for Ireland. The hospital has approximately 8,500 deliveries per year with a bed complement of 200. The busy gynaecological unit is a national referral centre for gynaecological cancer. The neonatal unit is also a national referral centre and participates in the national neonatal transport programme. The laboratory provides a comprehensive service contributing to the care of perinatal, neonatal, antenatal and gynaecology patients. The Community Midwifery Service offers women the options of Domino, Early Transfer Home and Home Births. All activities are managed within a strong clinical governance framework and employees are centrally involved in quality improvement initiatives around the hospital.
The Hospital is a university teaching hospital with affiliations to University College Dublin (UCD) and the Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI) in Ireland. There is an active under–graduate teaching programme in the hospital with students from both colleges in attendance. The four year pre–registration degree for midwifery and eighteen month post registration Higher Diploma in midwifery is run in partnership with UCD. A fifteen month Higher Diploma in Neonatal Nursing organised jointly with the Faculty of Nursing, RCSI is based in our tertiary referral Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
The hospital staff of approximately 850 individuals are our greatest asset and are rewarded for their hard work, commitment and dedication with ongoing training and development and great opportunities for career progression. Other benefits to working at the hospital include attractive salary scales, excellent defined benefit pension scheme, generous annual leave entitlements, flexible working options, an on-site crèche, subsidised canteen and coffee shop, savings facilities through payroll, tax saver commuter tickets and staff health promotion/screening.
Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital is a voluntary acute specialist hospital and is the national tertiary centre for the treatment of Ophthalmic, Ear, Nose, Throat, Head and Neck disorders. Recognised as a University Teaching Hospital, it has a tradition of care stretching back to 1814 and has looked after patients on its present site since 1904.
UL Hospitals Group, based in the Midwest of Ireland, is one of seven hospital Groups in the country and was the first Group to be formed in 2012. Services are delivered at six different hospital sites across counties Clare, North Tipperary and Limerick.
UL Hospitals Group comprises University Hospital Limerick, University Maternity Hospital Limerick, Nenagh Hospital (Co. Tipperary), Ennis Hospital (Co. Clare), Croom Orthopaedic Hospital (Co. Limerick) and St. John’s Hospital (Voluntary Hospital, Limerick City).
With the University of Limerick as its Academic Partner, UL Hospitals Group aims to be one of Irelands top three university teaching hospitals by 2018.
We have over 3,000 staff providing a range of acute inpatient and day case services to a population of some 400,000 people in the Midwest Region.
UL Hospitals Group is governed by an interim Board of Directors and an Executive Management Team which is supported by four Clinical Directorates (Medicine, Peri-Operative, Child & Maternal Health and Diagnostics) who are accountable for the operation of services across all six sites.
University Hospital Limerick is the Model 4 hospital for the region providing major surgery, cancer treatment and care, emergency department services, as well as a range of other medical, diagnostic and therapy services. It is where all critical care services are located in addition to a 24/7/365 Emergency Department and it is a designated cancer centre.
Emergency and complex surgeries are only undertaken at UHL. The hospital is the hub for the three smaller local hospitals, Ennis Hospital, Nenagh Hospital and St John’s Hospital which manage the majority of their local population through their medical assessment units and inpatient beds.
Patients who require access to critical and complex care are seen at University Hospital Limerick and either stabilised and transferred to a local Model 2 hospital or admitted to UHL if required.
University Hospital Limerick plays the central role among the six UL Hospitals in the Midwest region. As a model 4 hospital it provides the critical care services, the 24/7/365 Emergency Department (ED) and is a designated centre for cancer, trauma and vascular surgery.
The hospital is the central hub for the five associated hospitals in the region. Ennis Hospital, Nenagh Hospital and St John’s Hospital are integral parts of the network that treat patients in accordance their model status. While they do not have an ED, each has a medical assessment unit, a local injuries unit, a very active day surgery unit and medical in-patient beds for selected medical patients.
UHL is situated in the Limerick suburb of Dooradoyle is now the biggest public building site in Munster if not the whole of the country. Major capital developments are in train including the construction of a new Emergency Department, specialist in patient/outpatient block including Cystic Fibrosis, Stroke, Dermatology, Neurology and Symptomatic Breast Disease, new ward block, new school for the paediatric department, completion of a new Critical Care Block, Dialysis Unit and a Clinical Education and Research facility in conjunction with the University of Limerick. A medium term plan is to relocate the University Maternity Hospital to the Dooradoyle campus.
Nenagh Hospital is part of UL Hospitals serving the County of North Tipperary and surrounding counties. Under the Acute Medicine Programme, Nenagh’s Local Emergency Centre has evolved into a Local Injuries Unit. An Advanced Nurse Practitionerfor this Unit was appointed in July 2013.
The services provided at Nenagh Hospital are appropriate for a Model 2 Hospital and delivers non-complex care as close as possible to patients’ homes. Access for medical admissions is via the Medical Assessment Unit, Local Injuries Unit, direct GP admissions and transfer of patient’s from the University of Limerick Hospital’s Group. Site governance on a day to day basis is provided by the Operational Director of Nursing and the Site Administrator who work with the individual Directorates within UL Hospitals to ensure the achievement of group objectives.
Ennis Hospital was offically opened on October 4th 1940, and is part of the University of Limerick Hospitals Group. Ennis hospital serves the County of Clare in addition to the many patients from other parts of the Mid-west attending there for ambulatory care services. Under the Acute Medicine Programme, Ennis Hospital`s Local Emergency Centre (12 hour emergency department service) has evolved into an Urgent Care Centre comprising of a Local Injuries Unit and a Medical Assessment Unit since 8th of July 2013.
Site Governance on a day-to-day basis is provided by the Operational Director of Nursing , while the Site Administrator works with the individual directorates within UL Hospital to ensure the achievement of the UL hospitals objectives.
Croom Orthopaedic Hospital serves Limerick, Clare and North Tipperary as a Specialist Hospital with elective Orthopaedic services for adults and children. Croom also accepts the transfer of Orthopaedic patients from UL Hospital for post acute care. In addition to Orthopaedic services, Rheumatology and Pain Management services are provided.
Belfast Health and Social Care Trust delivers integrated health and social care to 340,000 people in Belfast and also provides a range of specialist services to all of Northern Ireland. With an annual budget of approximately £1bn (spending about £3m each day) and a staff of over 20,000, it is one of the largest Trusts in the United Kingdom.
In our hospitals, we treat approximately 210,000 inpatient and day patients a year, see 680,000 outpatients and more than 200,000 people at our Emergency departments.
In the community we are corporate parent to 600 children in care – the majority in foster care. We are also responsible for between 500 and 550 children on the child protection register – and every year receive 800 referrals for children in need of support – mostly in their own home.
We provide services for older people through nine residential homes and also commission services from the independent and voluntary sector to support older people who wish to remain in their own homes.
Alongside our commitment to delivering safe, timely, high quality and cost-effective care, our Trust has a higher purpose – to improve health and wellbeing and reduce inequalities by using our size as a force for good and working in partnerships with other organisations such as those responsible for housing and education.