With comments from Staff, Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust has been placed in the Health Service Journal Top 100 best healthcare organisations in the country to work. In its citation for the Trust, the Assessors said of the Trust: “There is an open and honest feel at Salisbury Foundation Trust and a genuine desire to give good quality care throughout all levels and departments of the organisation.'
We are a well established acute Trust with a track record of high performance and provide a broad range of services for the populations served by Wiltshire, Dorset and West Hampshire CCGs, alongside highly regarded specialist services with excellent clinical networks both locally and nationally. We have about 470 beds and employ just under 4,000 staff.
We offer excellent staff benefits including an on site day nursery and holiday playscheme, an on site staff club with 2 indoor heated swimming pools and a fully equipped gym and squash court. We have a state of the art education centre and library and can offer staff accommodation.
Situated in the south of Wiltshire, Salisbury is surrounded by beautiful countryside including Salisbury Plain and the New Forest. Salisbury is supported by good transport links, particularly to London and the West Country. In addition it offers a rich mix of entertainment and activities and is well known for its art and culture.
Consultant in Orthodontics with an interest in Cleft Lip and Palate
Applications are invited for a Consultant Orthodontist with an interest in Cleft Lip and Palate at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust. This is a substantive part time posts, 8 sessions a week. We are looking for a dynamic, keen clinician to joy the Cleft, Orthodontic, Oral and Maxillofacial teams.
Described as the ‘City in the Countryside’, the cathedral and market city of Salisbury is one of the oldest in England. It is supported by good transport links, particularly to London and the West Country. In addition it offers a rich mix of entertainment and activities and is well known for its art and culture.
For information discussion or enquiries please contact Miss A McNair via Aileen Satchell (telephone ( Phone number removed ) ext 3527) to make the necessary arrangements.
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