There are a wide range of different organisations that we represent across Hertfordshire and west Essex. These include:
acute hospitals that provide a wide range of hospital outpatient and inpatient services
community providers who provide a range of services in local settings, such as health visitor clinics or speech and language clinics.
mental health and learning disability services
social care providers that support people with their non-clinical needs, such as day services for adults with learning disabilities, care homes or domiciliary carers.
urgent and emergency services such as the ambulance and integrated urgent care service (NHS111)
So whether you’re considering a career working on a ward, in a health centre or would prefer working in office-based environment, there is a job in Hertfordshire and west Essex for you.
The ambulance service is responsible for providing emergency health services when a life is at risk and NHS 111 provides urgent care services and when people are not sure what they should do, they can give you advice or direct you to an appropriate local service such as an out of hours GP or an Urgent Care Centre.
East of England Ambulance NHS Trust provide 24 hour, 365 days a year accident and emergency services to those in need of emergency medical treatment and transport in - Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. EEAST employ more than 4,000 staff and more than 1,500 volunteers.Go to site
HUC is responsible for providing high quality integrated urgent healthcare services, including NHS111 and out of hours across Hertfordshire and west Essex.Go to site
Community services look after people in their own home or at local clinics and hospitals. Mental health services provide support to people with mental health conditions and learning disabilities.
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust provides community health services in people's homes and clinics.Go to site
Essex Partnership University Foundation Trust provides community health, mental health and learning disability services.Go to site
Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust looks after patients in community settings such as health centres and GP practices, and in people’s own homes across the county. The Trust employs around 2,000 members of staff who are at the forefront of NHS care and support.Go to site
Provides health and social care for people with mental ill health, physical ill health and those with learning disabilities. The Trust employs almost 3,000 staff working across 60 different sites.Go to site
County Councils provide a wide range of services including looking after vulnerable adults and children to improving public health.
Essex County Council is a local government organisation and responsible for delivering key services and support to a population of around 1.5m people in the county of Essex (excluding Southend and Thurrock). Amongst other areas, these services include adult and children’s social care.Go to site
Hertfordshire County Council is a local government organisation and responsible for delivering key services and support to the population of Hertfordshire. Amongst other areas, these services include adult and children’s social care.Go to site
Hertfordshire Care Providers Association (HCPA) are creating a county where all adults who receive care are given a service of true quality, personalised to their needs.
Hertfordshire Care Providers Association provides its member organisations (Hertfordshire Adult Care Providers) with training opportunities to raise standards of quality, advice and tailored support. Through the Herts Good Care initiative they also support member organisations with recruitment, volunteering and work experience.Go to site
Hospital services provide a wide range of services including emergency and diagnostic care, inpatient, outpatient, maternity and specialist services.
East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust provides a wide range of hospital services including emergency and diagnostic care, inpatient, outpatient, maternity and specialist services. The Trust employs 5,000 staff working across its hospitals in Stevenage, Hertford, Welwyn Garden City and the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre in Northwood.Go to site
The Trust runs three hospitals: Princess Alexandra Hospital, St. Margaret's Hospital and Herts and Essex Hospital. Together we serve a population of around 350,000 people. They are responsible for providing a wide range of services including: emergency, maternity, cancer and elderly care.Go to site
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust provides a wide range of hospital services including emergency and diagnostic care, inpatient, outpatient, maternity and specialist services. They provide services across three sites Watford General Hospital, St Albans City Hospital and Hemel Hempstead General Hospital.Go to site
Primary care is the term used for general practice, dental, community pharmacy and community optician services.
Primary care is the first point of contact for health care for most people. Primary care includes general practice (GP), community pharmacy, dental and optometry services. Primary Care employs a wide range of staff including nurses, GPs, pharmacists, opticians, dentists and administrative staff across a huge number of sites in Hertfordshire and west Essex.Go to site