Providing high quality healthcare

Whether you are a pharmacist, nurse, paramedic or a doctor looking looking to do additional work, there might be just the right opportunity for you at HUC.

Clinical roles

At HUC, patient care is at the heart and start of what we do. A wide range of healthcare professionals ensure that our patients receive the excellent care they deserve: Within our NHS111 Call Centre, Clinical Advisors, who are registered nurses or paramedics, support our team of Health Advisors with patient advice. Urgent Care Practitioners are busy visiting patients at home, supporting our out of hours bases and taking calls within the call centres. Our Clinical Advisory Service (CAS) at the heart of the NHS111 Call Centre is made up of GPs, Pharmacists and Nurses. At our out of hours bases, which are spread across our regions, Advanced Nurse Practitioners also support GPs in looking after patients.

We also offer a variety of opportunities for GPs looking for a new challenge or for those who would just like to do some additional shifts when they can. As a self-employed or salaried GP, there is great flexibility when it comes to picking up shifts: from home visits, telephone triage to home-working, and working at a base. You can also work in hours work at our 4 GP practices or within the Acute In Hours Visiting Service (AIHVS) in Hertfordshire. We can discuss the opportunities with you.

Our Benefits include:

  • NHS pension
  • Varied, interesting and challenging work
  • Senior clinical support
  • Quick and easy online shift booking
  • Educational events
  • Access to training modules including BLS
  • Performance feedback to support appraisals

 

Current Vacancies

Have a look at current vacancies on our recruitment site to find a role that is suitable for you. Join our team and help us deliver high quality patient care.

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