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Our Health in Justice services are continuing to provide healthcare and key wellbeing services to over 40,000 patients within the prison system at this critical time. 
 
We are currently experiencing our own challenges in responding to the threat of COVID-19, as Prison Regimes are adjusted in response to the current position. 
 
Our workforce is pivotal to our ability to support our patients and continue to provide healthcare to our patients, therefore we are continuing to recruit for the below key worker roles in our sites across England:
 
- Pharmacy Technicians
- Healthcare Support Workers
- Nursing staff (Substance Misuse, Mental Health and Primary Care)
- General Practitioners
- Advanced Nurse Practitioners
- Psychologists
- Psychiatry professionals
 
This is however not an exhaustive list. 
 
We are working closely with our HR teams to fast track any new staff through our pre-employment checks to ensure that they are able to contribute to our services as soon as possible.
 
 
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