Established in 1977, Linc-Cymru Housing Association Ltd (Linc) is a Registered Society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 and a Registered Social Landlord regulated by the Welsh Government. We are a socially responsible business and all profits are reinvested for the benefit of our customers rather than being distributed to shareholders.
Sussex Health Care is an independent company providing care homes and support services based primarily in Sussex. The 20 homes run by the organisation offer a range of services focusing on care for older people (including people who are mentally frail with dementia or Alzheimer's Disease) and on specialist care for adults with physical or learning difficulties (including people with neurological disabilities). All of our homes are staffed by highly trained and dedicated carers and most offer specialist nursing care 24 hours a day. Most of our facilities are purpose-built and have been designed to offer the latest technologies and therapies in a peaceful and homely setting. We pay great attention to the overall quality of life at our homes - meals are thoughtfully prepared using fresh, local ingredients and our service users have access to a wide range of activities and educational opportunities both in the on-site facilities and in the wider community.
Sk:n is the country's leading skin clinic offering more highly medically trained staff than any other chain of clinics. We also pride ourselves on having the most regulated treatment approach in a meticulously clinical environment - nationwide. No one offers more specialised skin treatments, from mole excisions to anti-ageing injectables, tattoo removals to facial resurfacing, or uses more advanced technology to do so. sk:n's heritage goes back a quarter of century, to when it was founded in 1990 in Harrogate in a private clinic. sk:n's initial specialism was in port wine stain birthmark removal and the company invested in the highest grade lasers on the market, operated in partnership with the NHS. Before long however, sk:n doctors were treating NHS patients for broader dermatological needs and an ongoing partnership emerged.
Life Style Care Plc. We are a medium sized Care Home operator with 24 years experience of caring for vulnerable service users. Our Care Homes have almost always been built by ourselves. We start by seeking locations that are close to local communities and facilities such as shops and public transport. Our award-winning architects work with us to create an individually designed living environment that exceeds the Care Quality Commission regulations on quality standards.
When we launched Healthcare Homes in 2005, our main objectives were to create an environment where residents receive the highest standards of care; where dignity is respected; where talents and interests are encouraged; and where life is lived to its fullest potential. We have remained 100% focused to these objectives, and today continue to deliver the highest quality residential and nursing care to all residents who live in any one of our 23 homes across East Anglia.
Dovehaven are a family run care group providing residential, nursing and care homes whilst also specialising in dementia care. We have been providing this high quality care for our residents for over 30 years and pride ourselves on the happy welcoming atmosphere of our homes. Across all Dovehaven care homes we provide a full range of care for residential and nursing needs, for both long term and respite periods.
Dovehaven always provide the highest possible standard of care. Our staff’s priority is to preserve the independence, dignity and privacy of our residents and to ensure that their needs are dealt with in a professional and caring way.
We have an “open visiting policy” and encourage friends and relatives to visit at anytime. Our professional, well trained staff respect our residents as individuals and are focussed on ensuring that their differing needs are continually met.
There are millions of elderly people in the UK who can no longer live alone and there are also tens of thousands of families struggling to cope with the burden of caring for their elderly loved ones.
A further 800,000 people suffer from dementia, a progressive condition which requires care from highly trained professionals. Every last one of these people deserves the best possible attention and care. At Coate Water Care, we are passionate about providing the individualized care people need.
Over the last two decades we have earned an outstanding reputation amongst our peers – from local councils and hospitals to doctors and nurses. Our seven Care Homes in Swindon, Wiltshire, Gloucester, Warwickshire and Worcestershire are housed in bespoke buildings that are constantly updated and boast the most modern facilities – from digital tracking of patient medication to physiotherapy equipment to energy saving Bio-mass boilers.
Methodist Homes (MHA) is a charity providing care, accommodation and support services for older people throughout Britain. We are one of the most highly-respected and well-established care providers in the sector, providing services to older people for over 70 years, and amongst the largest charities in Britain. MHA delivers a range of high quality services to 16,000 individuals: 5,000 older people living in over 90 care homes - residential, nursing and dementia specialist care; 2,000 older people living independently - in a range of purpose-built apartments with flexible support and personalised care 9,000 older people supported by over 70 Live at Home schemes in the community. Our services are delivered by 7,000 dedicated staff and enhanced by the commitment of 4,000 volunteers. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for older people, inspired by Christian concern.
Welcome to Maria Mallaband Care Group Growing old doesn't mean life has to become less exciting. But as your needs change, you may start thinking about how to make it easier and more enjoyable. Maria Mallaband Care Group is one of the UK's leading care home providers, renowned for offering luxurious, modern facilities and outstanding services. Maria Mallaband ensures its residents receive a superior level of care, while maintaining a sense of dignity and enjoying a high standard of living. Please use the links on the right to choose your location.
Musgrove Park Hospital is part of Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust. We are a district general hospital, providing care to a population of over 340,000. We also provide some specialist services for the whole of Somerset, making our catchment population around 544,000.The hospital has over 700 beds, 30 wards, 15 operating theatres, a fully equipped diagnostic imaging department and a purpose built cancer treatment centre which includes outpatient, chemotherapy day care, radiotherapy and inpatient facilities. Every year we see: over 41,000 patients admitted as emergencies nearly 9,000 patients admitted for elective surgery nearly 34,000 day case surgery patients around 315,500 patients who attend outpatient clinics around 56,000 patients who attend our emergency department around 235,000 diagnostic imaging examinations that take place nearly 3,400 babies born in our maternity department over 300 adults and children admitted to our intensive care and high dependency units. We have around 4,000 staff, and an annual budget of £246.7 million.
Our vision and mission The mission for an organisation is a statement of its core purpose – what it is the organisation is there to do. Our mission at Somerset Partnership is: Caring for you in the heart of the community This captures our aim to deliver care that is personal to the individual as close as possible to where they live – in local communities and in patients’ own homes – and for our staff who deliver those services to be caring and compassionate. The vision for the organisation is a statement of where we want to be – what the Trust should look like – in the near future. The vision for Somerset Partnership is : We will be the leading provider of community-based health and social care This captures our belief that more care should be available outside of acute hospital settings and in local communities and that we can develop our organisation to be the patients’ – and commissioners’ – first choice to provide those services. The mission and vision for an organisation are supported by its values – timeless guiding principles that set out how we would expect each other to behave towards our patients and their careers and how we would expect to behave towards each other. We have worked closely with staff in developing these values to make sure we capture the compassion and commitment staff show their patients and give everybody the opportunity to have their say.
Newbridge House is a welcoming, high quality facility designed wholly for young people. It is modern, pleasant and airy, providing an ideal environment for support, change and recovery. Our service is for children and young people aged 8 to 18 with distinct units for younger and older age groups. This photography gallery has been developed to show what Newbridge House is like. Our staff are all specialists in eating disorders, all wholly based at Newbridge House and working in multi-disciplinary teams to ensure all aspects of treatment work together to address all the elements of the eating disorder.
Poole Hospital is an acute general hospital based on the south coast of England. The trust has an income of around £240 million each year, and employs around 3,600 staff. The hospital has a 24-hour major accident and emergency department and is the designated trauma unit for east Dorset, serving a population of around 500,000 people. In addition, the hospital’s flagship Dorset Cancer Centre provides medical and clinical oncology services for the whole of Dorset, serving a total population of over 750,000. We are proud of the good reputation Poole Hospital enjoys within the local community, both as a provider of first-class health care services and as a major employer.
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) provides high quality, safe and innovative care to our patients in the community, in their homes or in hospital. We provide services for adults of working age, adults with learning difficulties, and older people in the London area. We currently deliver the majority of our care to residents in the London Boroughs of Camden and Islington. However, we also provide substance misuse services in Westminster, and a substance misuse and psychological therapies service to people living in Kingston. Our Trust is also a member of University College London Partners (UCLP), one of the world’s leading academic health science partnerships. In addition we have specialist programmes which provide help and treatment for: Veterans living in London Young people caught in the cycle of gang culture Older people living with dementia and other age related mental health conditions We are proud that our organisation is recognised internationally for the quality of its researchand innovation. Over 40% of our consultants hold joint academic posts and are engaged in research across a wide range of mental health arenas. This research, often conducted with the help of our patients, ensures we are leaders in evidence based treatment and services, meaning we can provide some of the world's most up to date therapies to aid service user recovery. We are a lead provider for educational placements in north London, and work in partnership with local universities to deliver both education and research projects as well as creating together the workforce of the future. This provides a great environment for our staff to innovate and deliver projects which transform patient care.
Bromley Healthcare is one of the UK's leading providers of community health services, running services in Bromley, Bexley, Croydon and Lewisham. We put clinicians in the driving seat, taking the best that the NHS has to offer, removing the bureaucracy and focusing on high quality health care. From health visiting to district nursing, school nurses to specialist nurses, our nursing services help new parents to care for new born children and older people to continue living at home through care and support. We also have a wide range of therapy services for adults and children, including speech and language therapy, physiotherapy and occupational therapy whilst our specialist services focus on preventing diseases and supporting those living with specific conditions such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) or diabetes. Bromley Healthcare was established on 1 April 2011 to provide out-of-hospital health services in Bromley. We’ve grown from working in just one borough to being one of the UK’s leading providers of community health services. As well as Bromley we now also care for people in Bexley, Croydon, and Lewisham – our reach continues to grow. Our ethos and unique approach has contributed to our success. We believe in putting patients in the driving seat and empowering front-line staff to make decisions about how services should be run. This has made us patient-focused and efficient, taking the best that the NHS has to offer, removing some of the bureaucracy and focussing on quality healthcare. We provide services in clinics, hospitals, community settings, nursing homes and other many other places. Bromley Healthcare is a great place to work - the unique way in which we deliver services and offer everyone who works here a voice, means that your career with us will be rewarding! People who work here tend to stay – we have very high staff retention rates, which we think shows what a good employer we are. If you think you’d like to join the team take a look at our vacancies to see if your area of expertise is within the services we deliver.
Welcome to your career at Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust. Do you want to make a tangible difference to peoples' lives, with the best of London life on your doorstep? CLCH is the largest stand alone community healthcare trust in London and one of only a handful to be awarded a 'Good' rating in its CQC inspection in 2015. Our diverse career opportunities attract everyone from community and specialist nurses, osteopaths and musculoskeletal physiotherapists, to psychological therapists, podiatrists and speech and language therapists. Visiting patients in the community, at walk-in and urgent care centres, in rehabilitation units and in prison health facilities are all part of the jobs we offer. Unlike other careers in the medical profession, we help to keep people out of hospital by treating them in the positive and comfortable surroundings of their homes and communities.
At Moorfields, we are passionate about providing all our patients with safe, world-leading care and treatment. To ensure we continue to deliver the high quality, patient-centred service for which we are recognised, the trust launched The Moorfields Way campaign in mid-2014 to capture the pride, enthusiasm and dedication we have for our work so we can be at our best more consistently in the future.
UCLH comprises the following hospitals: University College Hospital site Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery Eastman Dental Hospital University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) is one of the most complex NHS trusts in the UK, serving a large and diverse population. In July 2004, we were one of the first NHS trusts to achieve Foundation Trust status. We provide academically-led acute and specialist services, to people from the local area, from throughout the United Kingdom and overseas. UCLH is committed to delivering top-quality patient care, excellent education and world class research. Work for the UK’s top NHS trust UCLH offers a range of specialties and job roles, which means that you can spend your entire career here. Working in a lively and vibrant environment with new facilities and state-of-the-art medical technology, you can be confident you can develop your skills. Delivering top-quality services depends on our ability to recruit and keep good staff. A vital part of this is that we support your career progression. We continually invest in learning and development opportunities that are tailored to individuals' needs. As a central London trust, we’re based in one of the most expensive areas of the UK. That’s why it’s important that we pay staff as much as we can reasonably afford. To demonstrate our commitment in this area, we became the first NHS employer in the capital to sign up as a London Living Wage Employer. The UCLH Institute is the “home of learning”, providing multi-professional opportunities for staff to learn and enhance their knowledge and skills. On arrival, our new starters will attend our innovative induction, accessing the UCLH Learning Portal to complete mandatory and essential for role training. A full range of UCLH Institute opportunities can be found here. We strive to create a healthy working environment, where teamwork is valued. Staff are encouraged to give and receive feedback, and to listen to and respect each other. However we know that life isn't all about work so we offer other benefits to help you maintain a work-life balance. These include: Staff education, training and development Travel season ticket loans Flexible working Single person accommodation within walking distance of hospital sites Attractive NHS pension scheme Childcare support, provision and advice A staff psychological and welfare service A central London location The 52 Club - a sports and social club for UCLH staff Paid annual leave
More than 3000 people work for the Trust and we are always looking for committed caring people to join our team. To work here you will need to be resilient and hardworking and share our values. We are committed to developing our own staff so there will be plenty of opportunities to develop your career and seek an internal promotion if you wish to do so. There is a popular on site nursery and a range of staff benefits including the excellent NHS pension scheme; a preferential car leasing scheme and a minimum of 27 days paid holiday per year. This is a very friendly place to work, where colleagues collaborate across disciplines and specialities and there is wholehearted focus on providing excellent patient care
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust runs two main hospitals: Chelsea and Westminster Hospital West Middlesex University Hospital We also offer a range of community based services, including our award winning sexual health and HIV clinics across London. With 5,000 staff caring for nearly one million people locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, we provide a range a specialist clinical services as well as general hospital services for people living locally, which include A&E and maternity at both our hospital sites.
HCT is proud to be an important part of the NHS. The Trust employs 3,000 people and is responsible for delivering a wide range of community health services across Hertfordshire. We serve the communities of Broxbourne, Dacorum, East Herts, Hertsmere, North Herts, St Albans, Stevenage, Three Rivers, Watford and Welwyn/Hatfield. We also provide children's specialist community services in West Essex – part of a neighbouring county. The Trust has a strong reputation for delivering high quality treatment and care to some of the most vulnerable people in our communities, as well as engaging well with staff and supporting their own health and wellbeing. In July 2015 the Trust was listed in the Top 100 of best places to work in the NHS – the only NHS organisation in Hertfordshire featured in the rankings. Here at HCT our success is based on the quality of the services we provide, whether that's on the frontline or in a support role. Everyone in our team plays a vital role in making sure patients receive the care they deserve, as well as maintaining our reputation as NHS trust passionate about the community it serves.
Our aim is to provide safe and high-quality care for every patient who uses our services Our impressive state-of-the-art hospital is the largest NHS Trust in the South West of England and is supported by over 8,000 medical and non-medical staff. Joining us in a medical position at one of the leading acute hospitals in Europe will give you access to some truly excellent professional development opportunities. Staff joining us in a non-medical position, can also gain from the valuable experience of working for the NHS and our outstanding staff benefits. In 2014-15 alone: Over 85,000 people cared for in our Emergency Department Over 6,000 babies born at Southmead or Cossham Hospitals, at home, or in the community Over 56,000 inpatients treated, including day-patients Over 7.9 million pathology tests conducted Approx. 295,000 outpatients seen.