Help in a crisis during Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic
During this COVID-19 pandemic there may have to be changes in the way some of our services work. Please contact the service directly to check how services are being delivered and follow their advice.
If you need help in a crisis during Coronavirus pandemic outside office hours please contact your GP or visit NHS 111.
Only visit your local Emergency Department for serious life-threatening conditions that need immediate medical attention including persistent severe chest pain, loss of consciousness, acute confused state, severe blood loss, serious burns, suspected stroke.
We want Nottinghamshire Healthcare to be a great place to work. We offer a wide range of benefits for our staff, including:
- flexible working
- buying and selling leave
- NHS pension scheme
- staff counselling
- Occupational Health support
- NHS discounts, including gym memberships
- continuous service benefits, including your annual leave entitlement if you are returning to the NHS
- long service awards
- Support for the Armed Forces
Read on to find out about more of the benefits you could enjoy as one of our employees.
Looking after you
Health and wellbeing champions
Our health and wellbeing champions can give you advice and tell you about services that can support you.
Just turn up for a private screening of your BMI, cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Occupational Health can offer advice and signpost you to support if you need it.
Staff physiotherapy service
Our staff can refer themselves to physiotherapy. The service can help with:
- joint and muscle symptoms
- rehabilitation after fractures or orthopaedic surgery
- recovery from back and neck surgery
- soft tissue injuries
- sports injuries
You’re better off with us
Lease car scheme
If you have to travel as part of your job, the Trust will make a contribution to a lease based on your business mileage. If you are in a current lease car scheme with another NHS employer, you may be able to transfer into the Trust scheme.
We offer a salary sacrifice bike scheme.
Easyrider and Robin Hood card
We now offer access to the Nottingham City Transport Easyrider travel pass and the Robin Hood card, which allows access to Nottingham buses, trams, trains and cycles.
You can take a portion of your salary as childcare vouchers, which are not subject to tax or National Insurance deductions.
Learning and Organisational Development
We believe that high quality education and training is essential to the future development of the NHS.
We have a comprehensive range of learning and development opportunities. Find out more about Learning and Organisational Development.
Library and Knowledge Services
Our three libraries support research and continuing professional development, as well as providing hot desks and study space. Find out more about our libraries.
Want a break from employment for over three months? It might be possible. For more information please refer to the Trust’s Employment Break Guidance [pdf] 100KB.
Freedom to Speak Up Guardian
We take your concerns seriously. Our Freedom to Speak Up Guardian can support you to raise concerns, offering an independent and confidential service.
Developing our People and Culture
Our People and Culture strategy sets out our priorities for the workforce over the next five years. Our overall priority is for Nottinghamshire Healthcare to be a ‘great place to work’. There are ongoing opportunities for our staff to be directly involved with the project.
Open Conversations are your chance to have your views heard by the Trust’s senior team.
We take part in the annual NHS National Staff Survey and welcome as many views as possible.