Exemplar Health Care
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About Exemplar Health Care

Exemplar Health Care is a specialist care provider, offering high quality care and support to individuals living with complex needs. The nurse-led care provided, supports those enduring mental ill-health, neuro-disabilities, profound learning disabilities, or who are recovering from a brain injury and stroke. Our purpose-built homes cover Yorkshire – 

Working at Exemplar Health Care

Exemplar provides the highest levels of quality care, and that means care for our staff as well as the people in our community homes. We recognise that our staff are individuals and each of them brings a different, yet equally valuable, set of skills, knowledge and life experience to our close-knit team. Our staff tell us that their team feels like family, and we think that’s the highest compliment they can give us. Working closely together, with the time and space to provide exceptional care for small groups of people, you’ll be fully supported by everyone you work with.

People make Exemplar

People make Exemplar. The right people make it better every day. All our staff share the same dedication to making every day better for everyone we care for and work with. We are a dynamic and innovative provider of quality care. We care about our staff as individuals and recognise that everyone brings with them different skills, knowledge and life experience.

When you join Exemplar

By bringing your energy and commitment to delivering the best care possible, we will: - value and respect you as an individual - equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to deliver the best care - support and develop you to reach your full potential, within your current role and beyond - reward you with a competitive salary and staff reward schemes - invest in you and your career

Do you know someone who’s already working in an Exemplar home?

If they recommend you for a job and you’re successful, you could earn £150 each. The payments are made following a successful induction and three month probation.