Clinical & Medical
Making a healthier and happier nation.
Truly exceptional care is delivered by talented, well trained, thoughtful and compassionate individuals working together as a multi-specialty team. Care like this is special to Nuffield Health. From diagnostics, physiotherapy and health screening, through to day case and complex surgeries, what we do here is similar to other hospitals – but how you’ll do it is very different.
CLINICAL & MEDICAL ROLES
It starts with our people.
Our GP services are a vital part of our approach to preventative healthcare, bringing together prevention and cure with fitness and wellbeing.4 jobs
Allied Health Professionals
Combining patient-centric care while delivering to the highest standards, our Allied Healthcare Professionals are an integral part of our work.Register interest for future jobs
Nuffield Health is a leading provider of health assessments, delivering our core products and bespoke services to clients throughout the UK.4 jobs
Helping people achieve the standard of health and wellbeing they aspire to. That’s what physiotherapy at Nuffield Health is all about.22 jobs
Our holistic approach to delivering integrated care is industry-leading, and it is here that you could join our friendly Emotional Wellbeing team.11 jobs
It’s an exciting time to be joining the HSSU team. Over the last 5 years Nuffield HSSU has developed a great reputation in the market.20 jobs
Our nationally-networked facilities are first class, and boast the next generation of image storage, tracking and transmission technology. Bring your passion for patient care and share your knowledge as part of our specialist team.24 jobs
physiotherapy sessions were conducted in 2019
consultants work alongside us to offer excellent patient care
Sharing memorable experiences.
As a nurse, the patient is at the centre of everything I do
We spoke with Julie Little, Cancer Services Lead and Macmillan Lead Oncology Nurse at Derby Hospital, to find out a bit more about her role and the difference that the Careology digital cancer care platform is making to our beneficiaries.
Making a difference
Meet Dr Lettie Pertwee, GP, Health and Wellbeing at Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital.
At Nuffield Health, we welcome everyone. That's why we are proud to support Pride 2023 and the LGBTQIA+ community, with diversity and inclusivity for all at the heart of all we stand for. We hear from members of our LGBTQIA+ Equity forum, Jay Morris, Jacqs Harper and Hope Reeves.
Supporting each other
We spoke to Alex Black, Regional Clinical Lead & CBT Therapist in Glasgow. Alex joined Nuffield Health 5 years ago to start his career in mental wellbeing.
Feeling listened to
Meet Chrissy Clace, our Head of Department – Outpatients at Plymouth Hospital.
A positive culture
Meet Sarah Starkie, our Theatre Manager at Nuffield Health Plymouth Hospital. We asked Sarah about her career, and the Theatre team at Plymouth Hospital.
Living the Nuffield Health values
Meet Judith Taylor, our Finance Business Partner for Glasgow, Tees & Newcastle Hospital.
Making a difference
Meet Rebecca Mushambi, our Radiology Manager at Leicester Hospital.
Being part of something great
Meet Jarrad Dixon, one of our Theatre Porters at Nuffield Health Plymouth Hospital. Jarrad joined us just over 6 months ago, after learning about the relationships Nuffield Health have across the community, such as our flagship programmes and the links we have with local sports teams. Jarrad tells us what life is like working at Nuffield Health Plymouth Hospital.
International Women's Day 2023
To celebrate international women's day, we have interviewed women across the charity who have shared their thoughts with us, which you will see throughout the week and in stories.
Finding new challenges every day
We spoke to Heather Gillham, one of our Advanced Level Physiotherapist (ALP) and Candidate Relationship Manager. Heather joined us 10 years ago and talks us through her career and what she enjoys most about working at Nuffield Health..
Helping support the wellbeing of the nation
Marty Wilson is one of our Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP)/Senior Health and Wellbeing Physiologists. Marty joined us 12 years ago, initially as a Fitness Advisor at a Fitness & Wellbeing Centre in Edinburgh. He then moved into the clinical side of the business as a Health Mentor where he progressed into a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner and Senior Physiologist role.
If the right role isn’t here for you to apply to as a Physiotherapist then please register your interest for future opportunities.Register interest