North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust
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We are a vibrant, hard-working, and inclusive Trust. That is the kind of Trust you will be joining when you become a part of Team North West Anglia. We are a Trust that prides itself on a positive and welcoming community spirit and providing an environment full of opportunities for our staff to develop. Our staff play a pivotal role and have a genuine impact on the way we deliver care to our patients, so it is important to us that you feel supported.

Our trust runs three busy hospitals – Peterborough City Hospital, Hinchingbrooke Hospital and Stamford and Rutland Hospital, all offering a wide variety of acute services, as well as delivering inpatient and outpatient services. Together they serve a growing population of approximately 700,000 residents living in Cambridgeshire, South Lincolnshire and the neighbouring counties.

By combining two former trusts that ran these hospitals in 2017, North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust has been able to strengthen the clinical and financial sustainability of the hospitals. This will help retain services that were previously deemed fragile and ensure patients can continue to be able to access treatments closer to home. In addition, the merger has increased the Trust’s offering for you – being able to provide you with greater opportunities, such as being able to work in larger teams and across the diversity of our sites in order to gain wider experience in your field.

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HCA in Mixed
on 28 May 2020
Poor management

Some ward areas who have good leadership are brilliant. Surgical wards on whole are very good Some wards have a toxic environment due to bad managers and this continues when you leave there area ignoring you and refusing your onward training in there area, honestly through no fault other than they feel this is justified as you are lower ranked and they can! Mixed shifts are difficult but get on the right ward and this job is rewarding

Registered Midwife in Hinchingbrooke, Cambridgeshire
on 10 November 2022
Hinchingbrooke is a very friendly and welcoming

I love working at Hinchingbrooke, it is very easy to fit in. The unit is proactive in supporting staff and responsive to patient needs. It's an easy drive to work and parking is easy. New hospital being built so lots to look forward to. Also the restaurant is great.

Administrator in Hinchingbrooke, Cambridgeshire
on 6 September 2022
Bad to work for

This hospital is awful, from the top to the bottom. If the CEO gossips then the expectation is that everyone else will gossip. Your data is breached all the time, there is no control. Staff constantly off with work related stress. Staff turnover is huge, but still they do not look at themselves, they blame everyone else and just start gossiping again. Do not work here.

Assistant Technical Officer in Peterborough
on 5 August 2022
Good team to work with- Microbiology

Lovely people, welcoming and professional. They seemed to enjoy training me to a high standard. I would happily work there again. Interesting job. Everyone feels valued. The microbiology department have a brilliant team.

Therapist in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
on 2 June 2022
Not welcoming

Overall, all of the doctor's notes are typed rather than handwritten, making them easier to read. However, the therapy department in Peterborough is not welcoming; there is a lack of support for band 5 OTs, the preceptorship programme is completed virtually all of the time, clinical supervision is not well led, there aren't enough band 6 OTs, poor management, gossiping, and a lack of support for OTs, which is why there are so many OT vacancies.

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