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Occupational Therapy Recruitment Open Day

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Calling all newly-qualified Occupational Therapists - Come and join us in Worcestershire!

We're holding a Recruitment Open Day for newly-qualified Occupational Therapists as well as experienced Band 5 Occupational Therapists on Friday 12 July at Worcestershire Royal Hospital in Worcester.

This is a drop-in session between 1:30pm - 4:30pm.

The open day will provide you with the opportunity to meet our Occupational Therapy team, discuss our current vacancies and find out more about the great benefits on offer working with our forward-thinking team.

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Our Occupational Therapy service is recognised for its high-quality patient care and innovative service. 

Our vision is of a highly-skilled, experienced, dynamic and flexible workforce that has knowledge and skills, focusing on early assessment and OT intervention to prevent unnecessary admissions; maintaining and improving the individual's functional abilities and minimising the time they spend in hospital by ensuring that referrals onto community services are prompt and comprehensive.

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This is an excellent opportunity to work within an acute hospital setting, in a well-supported environment, gaining experience across Medicine and Surgery, Trauma & Orthopaedics, Frailty, Stroke and Neurology. As well as our new and upcoming rotations in Hand Trauma Therapy and Rheumatology across Worcestershire Royal Hospital in Worcester and the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch.

We need more amazing and talented OTs to join our committed team to help us build on our successes and provide the best possible care for our patients.

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Register your interest

If you're interested, please confirm your attendance by calling 01905 760624, emailing: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or if you're on Facebook, you can simply click 'Going' on our Facebook Event.

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 12 July at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.


Can't make this event, but interested in joining us?

If you're unable to attend on the date above but are interested in applying you can find out more on NHS Jobs.

Or contact our team on 01905 760624 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


About Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

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We provide hospital services from three main sites - the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch, Kidderminster Hospital and Treatment Centre, and Worcestershire Royal Hospital in Worcester.

We provide a wide range of services to a population of more than 580,000 people in Worcestershire as well as caring for patients from surrounding counties and further afield.

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Last year we provided care to more than 238,905 different Worcestershire patients – that is 40% of the Worcestershire population received care at one of our hospitals.

We employ nearly 6,000 people and around 800 local people volunteer with us helping to deliver care.


Our Location

Worcestershire is a largely rural county, with four main towns – Bromsgrove, Kidderminster, Redditch and Worcester – lying between the Cotswolds, the Welsh border and Birmingham. There are four further substantial market towns, Droitwich, Evesham, Malvern and Pershore.

There are a number of high-quality schools across the county and the major motorway network of the M42, M5 and M6 provide excellent links to the rest of the West Midlands and beyond. Local leisure facilities are well developed and the area has easy access to Birmingham and the South West.

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How to find us

Worcestershire Royal Hospital
Charles Hastings Way
Worcester
WR5 1DD

To find your way around, you can download and print off your own  hospital site map

For information on how to get to Worcestershire Royal Hospital, please follow these driving directions or use local public transport:

From the M5 J7 Leave the M5 and join the A44 towards Worcester. Continue straight over the first roundabout and at the second turn right joining the A4440 (Swinesherd Way). At the second roundabout on the A4440 turn left onto the B4636. The hospital is located left off the next roundabout (Charles Hastings Way).


 

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