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If you are thinking of a career in the NHS, a special event in Poole this month will provide an insight into the huge array of opportunities available.
Every day, NHS staff come into contact with people from across the globe. With more than one million people accessing NHS funded services every 36 hours, the 1.5million staff who work in our NHS, not just in hospitals, but in places where people live their lives, will come into contact with modern slaves. Slavery is all around us, but we simply don’t recognise the signs. It is in our hands, and yet we can be indecisive about whether or not to get involved. To change that, we do not face a problem of ignorance but of awareness.
A website produced by Dorset HealthCare and partner organisations that brings local community support services together to help the homeless is having a big impact in the county.
Dorset residents have another chance to join the NHS70 party in September, with a packed day of events held at The Lighthouse in Poole.
An NHS team which supports people through the criminal justice system with mental health issues, learning disabilities and other vulnerabilities has won a national award for patient safety.
Dorset HealthCare is one of just two trusts in the south west to partner with The Royal Mint for the release of a limited number of special ‘NHS’ design 10p coins.
Community hospitals around Dorset are throwing birthday parties this summer to mark 70 years of the NHS.
Colleagues at Dorset HealthCare are delighted to hear the news that recently retired Director of Nursing, Therapies and Quality, Fiona Haughey, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
First-hand knowledge and experience of working in roles across the NHS will be available at a special careers event in Poole next week.
A gift of old curtains and disposable medical supplies from Dorset HealthCare has been welcomed by primates large and small at Monkey World.
Dorset HealthCare staff worked round the clock to ensure patients were supported in the severe weather conditions that hit Dorset and we are happy to confirm we are back to business as usual.
The latest phase of a pioneering initiative by Dorset HealthCare to encourage more women to breastfeed has been showcased at the Houses of Parliament.
Do you know someone who has battled to overcome serious injury or illness, or who has supported others to do so?
Dorset HealthCare is looking for inspirational stories of courage, kindness and determination to showcase at an upcoming awards ceremony.
As you may have heard, the winter season has put considerable pressure on NHS Emergency Departments.
You can help us to help you by making the right decision about the services you need to stay well this winter.
MP Conor Burns says a new initiative supporting NHS staff and patients who are gay, bisexual or transgender can help combat stigma in Dorset.
A consultant psychiatrist at Dorset HealthCare will be testing his stamina and mental strength this weekend to raise money for an inspirational awards ceremony.
Dr Prem Jeyapaul, 41, was so inspired by attending the Road to Wellness awards in March he has chosen to run two half marathons to raise both awareness of the event and funds to support it.
On Wednesday, 1 November, Dorset HealthCare is opening its doors for a careers evening in Poole, spotlighting the wide variety of jobs and training opportunities available.
A host of roles are available in physical and mental health services, both in hospitals and community-based settings, across Dorset.
There are also lots of openings in the Trust’s support services, including estates management, catering, IT, finance and human resources.
Families living with dementia in Purbeck now have access to specialist dementia support – thanks to incredible local fundraising efforts.