As one of the UK’s largest independent providers of NHS services, Care UK Healthcare is working alongside our colleagues in the NHS as part of the national effort in the response to COVID-19. All of our colleagues, whether in a 111 call centre, treatment centre or prison are fighting alongside the whole of the healthcare service at the front line.
Our recruitment teams are working tirelessly throughout this time to ensure our people are as supported as possible. You will be aware that the national situation is ever changing, so we are working to ensure that any vacancies advertised on these careers pages are as up to date as possible and reflective of our requirements at any given time as we adapt our services in line with the NHS’ requirements.
For now, some of the roles advertised here on our careers pages are likely to be different to our usual vacancies. Likewise, the nature of the roles we’re recruiting to is likely to be different; many, for example, will be temporary roles to support the COVID-19 response.
Our standard recruitment processes will also be different, designed to ensure that we are being as efficient and agile as possible through these unprecedented times.
Our healthcare services are broadly split across three divisions;
- Integrated Urgent Care – which includes our NHS 111 services, GP Out-of-Hours services and GP Practices
- Health in Justice – which includes providing NHS healthcare to over 40,000 prisoners currently in custody, those in immigration detention centres and providing support in sexual assault referral clinics
- Hospitals – which includes our hospitals treating patients in need of elective surgery, our diagnostic, MSK and physiotherapy services and ophthalmic treatments.
More information on how each division is responding to the COVID-19 crisis and how recruitment for these services will be can be found by following the links below: