New Customer Contact and Employee Support Centre to bring 300 roles to the town
6 February 2018 – The leading health and wellbeing provider Nuffield Health recently officially opened its new customer contact centre in Dorking, which sees around 300 jobs coming to the local community.
The new centre brings together Nuffield Health’s Customer Contact Centre and Employee Support Centre, ensuring that the trading charity can provide excellent service to customers and staff.
The new facility, which is located on Pixham Lane in part of the Aviva Centre, has been modernised to create an airy open plan layout, with team breakout areas and a quiet area. Those working on site have access to a large staff restaurant and a coffee break area.
Opening the centre, Nuffield Health CEO Steve Gray, said: “Dorking has proved an excellent location for our centre as it is close to our central office in Epsom, and offers a vibrant community with many resources. I am confident that both our new and experienced employees will find this a great place to work and develop in their careers.”
The Customer Contact and Employee Support Centre has been formed by bringing groups together from across two sites. Nuffield Health is actively recruiting roles at this new location. To see current vacancies in Dorking click here.
For more information contact the Nuffield Health press office by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 01372 426707
About Nuffield Health
Nuffield Health is one of the leading not-for-profit UK healthcare organisations, looking after people for more than 60 years. Today, we run a network of hospitals, medical clinics, fitness and wellbeing clubs and diagnostic units across the UK. We also support businesses in looking after their employees by operating their fitness and wellbeing facilities services.
Through our experts, we link our sites and services up to offer connected healthcare provision, including nutritional therapy, emotional wellbeing, occupational health, comprehensive health assessments, and personal training and hospital treatments. We also offer access to the largest network of physiotherapists outside of the NHS.
As a trading charity, we do not have investors or shareholders to answer to – our customers and patients come first. We invest all our income back into running and developing our health and wellbeing sites and services and pioneering new models of care and delivery so that more people can benefit. Around 94% of our hospitals have been rated good or outstanding by independent regulators.