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.
Betsi Cadwaldr is the largest Health Board in Wales, a short ferry ride from Dublin to Holyhead and good transport links to the rest of the UK. We provide a broad range of clinical services to a population of 675,000 people across a large geographical area including the Snowdonia National Park. With close links to Bangor & Glyndwr Universities we have a really good pre and post graduate education opportunities for nurses and can offer excellent career options. North Wales is cheaper to live than other parts of the UK and offers a great environment to live, work and play with acess to beaches, mountains and a range of exciting activities.
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.
Ashdale Care provides specialist therapeutic residential services for young people with complex, emotional and behavioural needs who cannot be adequately cared for in a mainstream setting. We are committed to working in partnership with children, families and professionals. We create positive outcomes by providing a safe, supportive and learning environment. We embrace an individualised and flexible approach to working with the young people in our care and encourage and support the significant people within an individual’s life experience to actively engage in the implementation of care plans.
Job roles we have available:
Residential Social Care Workers
Holistic Approaches currently hold a 10-year tender with Placements North West, which is a flexible purchasing system for Supported and Independent Living. Holistic Approaches model of support provides the framework for our Independent Living service, by helping to ensure that all our services are as individual as the people we support and are always goal orientated… In partnership with a whole team approach, we will provide accommodation and support tailored to individual needs and requirements. Everyone should be afforded the opportunity to make informed life choices and to safely explore and nurture their individual talents, interests and possibilities. At Holistic Approaches we use the term ‘believe and achieve’, if you believe in something, we will support, encourage and assist you to achieve your goals.
St James’s Hospital is Ireland’s largest acute academic teaching hospital, occupying a prominent position at the forefront of the Irish health sector. Located on a 50-acre site in Dublin’s south inner city, our campus is well served by public transport and is the only city centre hospital on Dublin’s tram system. In the future, our campus will house the new National Children’s Hospital and the Coombe Women and Infant’s Hospital, cementing its position as a dynamic healthcare hub and Ireland’s only Academic Health Sciences Centre (AHSC).
In partnership with, Trinity College Dublin, St James’s Hospital aims to establish Ireland’s first AHSC in the next three years, creating a Johns Hopkins or Oxford University style centre of excellence, fundamentally reshaping Ireland’s hospital-university model. The Trinity St James’s AHSC will contribute to innovation and our knowledge economy, while significantly enhancing patient care and outcomes.
With over 1,000 beds, over 4,900 staff and a turnover of over €500m p.a., St James’s Hospital is an exemplar, providing a comprehensive and expert range of diagnostic and treatment services at national, regional and supra-regional level. St James’s Hospital is a digital hospital and in 2019, completed the largest-scale digitisation of inpatient records seen in an acute setting at the time. Its digitisation journey continues across the hospital.
St James’s hospital is Ireland’s only Organisation of European Cancer Institutes (OECI) accredited cancer centre. This brings us a step closer to setting a new standard for cancer care nationally, with the development of The Trinity St James’s Cancer Institute, integrating medicine and science in cancer prevention, treatment and survivorship.
The hospital’s Mercer’s Institute for Successful Ageing (MISA) combines clinical care, research and development, education and training, and creative life to improve the quality of life experienced by older people. Its holistic, institute model is one the hospital plans to replicate across its services.
Mater Private Network is proud to offer some of the most technologically advanced treatment options in Ireland and has pioneered many major developments in the delivery of healthcare.
Patients who are referred into our care are reassured by the fact that our full-service hospitals have the facilities and expertise to identify, diagnose and treat a complete range of complex and potentially related conditions. Our patient-centric focus drives our continued expansion, and we are committed to bringing our world-class healthcare services closer to our patients.
Mater Private Network has grown from its initial flagship hospital in Dublin to now comprise two acute full-service hospitals (Dubin and Cork), two Day Hospitals in North and South Dublin, two advanced specialist Radiotherapy Centres in Limerick and Liverpool (UK) and out-patient clinics in various regional locations.
Mater Private Network has built a strong reputation for medical innovation and the provision of high acuity care, and is a national leader for heart and cancer specialties in particular. Recently awarded 6th place by Reptrak’s survey of Ireland’s top 100 organisations, both Mater Private Cork and Mater Private Dublin have consistently been awarded JCI Gold status since they joined this world-recognised accreditation system.
Frimley Health is a Trust where great care and great careers go hand in hand. We’re three hospitals working closely with each other and with the communities we serve in Surrey and Berkshire – our organisation has brought Heatherwood and Wexham Park hospitals into the fold of Frimley Park Hospital and its wider community services.
You’ll find the highest standards of clinical excellence across our locations and a friendly, supportive, open culture that brings everyone together. For our team it means a great day-to-day working experience – in a Trust with strong leadership, a clear sense of direction and an exciting vision for the future. The investment and changes ahead make this an exciting place to be. You can play your part in delivering exceptional patient care, while continuing to grow, develop and progress through first class learning and training.
We’re growing and moving forward with ambitious plans and major investment in our people and facilities. It’s an exciting time to join us and grow as a professional – while playing your part in the delivery of first-class care.
At Elysium Healthcare we bring together a unique approach to the delivery of care where the patient is embedded in the heart of all aspects of hospital life. Together, our staff, our patients and our stakeholders shape the care of today and the future. Our aim is to set new standards in the delivery of specialist mental health care through our strategic network of hospitals which provide a complete pathway of care.
Saint John of God Hospital is an independent acute psychiatric teaching hospital with 183 inpatient beds and is one of the leading European providers in mental health treatment and care.
In addition to general adult psychiatry the Hospital provides specialist services in Substance Misuse, Psychosis, Eating Disorders, Psychiatry of Later and Adolescent Mental Health.
The Hospital is affiliated with University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University and the University of Limerick for undergraduate and postgraduate healthcare professional programmes.
The Hospital is committed to training healthcare professionals and to conducting clinical research designed to enhance treatment programmes to improve outcomes for patients. Our ability to innovate and deliver on the promise of best practice is made possible through our team of highly trained, dedicated and committed professionals.
The Hospital holds a certificate of registration with the Mental Health Commission as an Approved Centre in compliance with the new Mental Health Act 2001.
Change Grow Live is the biggest provider of drug and alcohol services in the country; supporting tens of thousands of individuals annually who are struggling with their own, or others substance use. We help people change their direction; grow as a person; and live life to its full potential. Our staff are passionate about developing and delivering a whole person/family approach that changes communities.
Due to recent growth, we’re looking for Doctors, Nurses, NMPs, Medics and healthcare professionals to join our teams within the North West. We provide a competitive salary, supported CPD opportunities, a thriving peer network and a healthy work life balance.
If you’re a healthcare professional who is interested in supporting vulnerable people and making a difference in their lives, then Change Grow Live is the organisation for you!