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Care UK Healthcare ordinarily runs 9 NHS Treatment Centres offering elective surgery and diagnostics to NHS patients.

Part of the response to the national effort in fighting COVID-19 means that all non-urgent elective surgery has been temporarily suspended. In doing so this mean that our hospital staff, infrastructure and facilities can be best used in partnership with the NHS in response to COVID-19.

Therefore our recruitment efforts to support our hospitals is likely to be very different and regularly evolving to best support the national effort. 

Our Hospitals will continue to advertise for nurses to support work on our hospital wards on a bank basis. This mean we’re looking for nurses to join our efforts on a temporary and flexible front. 

With the GMC, NMC and HCPC re-registering clinicians who have retired in the past 3 years we welcome enquiries from such individuals able to support our hospital team.  In particular former ward nurses, anaesthetic nurses and consultant anaesthetists, although enquiries from all recently retired clinicians will be greatly received.

We will also be advertising for non-clinical posts to support the teams in our hospitals at this time. These are likely to include housekeepers and catering staff amongst other non-clinical roles. You can see all roles currently advertised on our hospital websites by following links below:

Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre (Chesterfield)

Devizes NHS Treatment Centre

Emerson’s Green NHS Treatment Centre (Bristol)

North East London NHS Treatment Centre

Peninsular NHS Treatment Centre (Plymouth)

Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre

Southampton NHS Treatment Centre

St Marys NHS Treatment Centre (Portsmouth)

Will Adams NHS Treatment Centre (Gillingham)


Whilst our recruitment efforts will be focused on supporting our front line colleagues during the COVID-19 response we will list the roles we recruit for in ordinary circumstances. These are listed should you wish to put your details forward to join us once our hospitals are able to resume their usual activities. 

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