Yeatman Hospital recruitment open day

Yeatman Hospital open day

Come and find out about our amazing range of job and career development opportunities at Yeatman Hospital

Wednesday 19 October, 10am-2pm
Hospital Lane, Sherborne, Dorset, DT9 3JU
Free drop-in open day, turn up anytime between 10am-2pm, no need to book

Why attend our open day?


Opportunity to meet the hospital staff

Have a tour of the hospital

Discover what it’s like to work for Dorset HealthCare

Have a career discussion with our team

Discover the full range of our staff benefits

Apply for vacancies on the day across our fantastic nursing, healthcare and facilities teams

Ask any questions you may have

​From the moment you arrive you'll see that Yeatman Hospital and the surrounding area is a very special place. A bustling market town, the rolling hills of Dorset countryside nearby, and the warm and friendly welcome from our staff that await you.

As one of Dorset HealthCare NHS Trust's CQC outstanding-rated community hospitals, Yeatman Hospital offers you the opportunity to make a real difference in your community alongside a highly-talented and friendly multi-disciplinary team.

It’s the perfect place to start out in your NHS career and to develop your potential, where no two days are the same and the career opportunities are endless...

Jinta George.jpg"I love working in this hospital because of the team working and the emphasis on safe working environment. 

"My colleagues are like my family and very supportive.  The patient is our focus, and what matters most to them is our first priority.”

Jinta George

Clinical staff nurse

(Internationally-recruited)

Where to find us

Meet some of the team

Clinical staff nurse – Katie Lindgren

Katie Lindgren clinical staff nurse.jpg“I have now been working as a staff nurse at the Willows for just over two years after working for the previous six years in nursing homes. I applied for a job after hearing the amazing reviews from the staff and the community who always talk so highly about the care that is given at the Yeatman. 

"The Willows offers a great multidisciplinary team approach to all aspects of the care and support the staff to expand their own knowledge in other areas. We all work as a big team  with the ambition and aim for safety, comfort and happiness of the patients whether it be when organising someone's discharge home, change of living arrangements or end of life care. 

"I am proud to tell people where I work and I’m lucky to say I love my job.”

Healthcare assistant – Christina Taylor-Cheney and Lorraine Squire

Christina Taylor-Cheney and Lorraine Squire.jpg“I joined The Willows Team approximately 18 years ago after caring in the community in Sherborne and Plymouth for quite a few years before. My parents were local and coming from a huge local family they were always visiting relatives and friends.

"My dad's wishes was too spend his last days of life with all the staff on The Willows and his wishes was fulfilled making me even more proud to be part of a great caring team. Past memories are promoted with themed displays and notice boards enabling all staff to give comfort , love, care and compassion to all, not only for patients but their relatives , friends and of course our fellow work colleagues.

"I am due to retire in April 2023. I will leave but love my job so much that I am coming back on bank shifts .”

Facilities team – Mel and Di

Mel and Di.png"I have been here four years and I am really happy here!"

Mel, a cleaner in the facilities team.

 

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