North West Anglia NHS TRUST

North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust formed in April 2017, comprises of three busy hospitals – Peterborough City Hospital, Hinchingbrooke Hospital and Stamford and Rutland Hospital.

About our Trust

The North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust is currently the newest acute hospital trust in England. Formed on 1 April 2017, the trust runs three busy hospitals – Peterborough City Hospital, Hinchingbrooke Hospital and Stamford and Rutland Hospital. Together they serve approximately 700,000 residents living in Cambridgeshire, South Lincolnshire and the neighbouring counties. Our hospital sites offer a wide variety of acute services to a growing population. All three sites deliver inpatient and outpatient services. The specific details of each site are listed below:

Peterborough City Hospital

Peterborough City Hospital is a purpose-built, state-of-the-art hospital that opened in 2010 and brought a range of new services to patients including a Radiotherapy Unit, an Emergency Centre with a separate children’s emergency department, a dedicated Women’s and Children’s unit, an expanded cardiac unit, a new respiratory investigations facility and an additional MRI Inpatients at the 635-bed hospital are cared for on modern wards with either single rooms with ensuite facilities or three or four-bedded ward areas, each with their own bathroom. This year the hospital has expanded further, by opening an expanded renal unit offering 12 additional dialysis stations and installing a third radiotherapy machine in its cancer services unit.

Hinchingbrooke Hospital

Hinchingbrooke Hospital is a district general hospital providing health care for the people of Huntingdonshire and surrounding areas. It opened in 1983, although some departments moved on site from the Huntingdon County Hospital several years before. The hospital provides a wide range of specialties, some in conjunction with Addenbrooke’s and Peterborough Hospitals. Patients can access a wide range of specialties, including General Surgery, Ear, Nose and Throat, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Urology, Vascular, Plastics, Breast Surgery and Gynaecology. The hospital has 304 beds, plus the Mulberry Suite which is available for private patients. Adjacent to the site is a 23-bed Treatment Centre, which is a £22 million unit that opened in 2005.

Relocation package

  1. Flights to the UK via economy airline carrier & onward transfer

  2. Single Visa application (capped at £232) Certificate of Sponsorship for the right to work in the UK (capped at £3199)

  3. Cost to cover Part 2 of the NMC Test of Competence (OSCE) (capped at £794) – Re sit will be covered as a loan repayable over 6-12 months.

  4. The first year of your NMC Registration (capped at £153)

  5. 4-6 week paid OSCE Bootcamp – Intensive in-house OSCE training currently with a 90% pass rate 1st attempt and 100% at re sit.

  6. 2 months paid single on-site hospital accommodation.

  7. Generous welcome package with 2 weeks groceries while they are on quarantine, accommodation with wifi and a Sim card with calls and data

Standard NHS Offer package applicable: £24907 per annum salary after OSCE; 27 Annual leave; 8 Public holidays; 39 hrs weekly duty: additional pay for unsocial hours (night; holiday shift etc) etc,

To apply fill up the link below or email to uk@rajabmanpower.com