NHS Ayrshire and Arran

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About NHS Ayrshire & Arran

NHS Ayrshire & Arran is one of 14 geographically based local NHS Boards within NHSScotland and is responsible for the protection and improvement of the local population’s health and for the delivery of frontline healthcare services.

NHS Ayrshire & Arran serves a mixed rural and urban population of 376,000.  We provide a full range of primary and secondary clinical services covering the mainland of Ayrshire and the islands of Arran and Cumbrae.

Our operational frontline services are provided through four operational units:

  • Acute Services – providing emergency and elective hospital services, including inpatient, outpatient and day case care.
  • Health and Social Care Partnerships in East, North and South Ayrshire – providing community healthcare, mental health, and learning disability services.

 

Here in NHS Ayrshire & Arran we want the best for our staff and the best for local people.  We pride ourselves on improving health and providing a comprehensive range of high quality, safe, effective and person-centred health services.  Further detail on our organisational purpose, values and commitments and the full range of healthcare services we provide are available on our website:

www.nhsaaa.net

NHS Ayrshire & Arran as an employer

NHS Ayrshire & Arran recognises our staff are vital to delivering our aspiration of providing high quality services to every person, every time.  Our aim is to create an organisation where people want to work and strive to deliver excellence each day and feedback from our employees on the unique factors that define us an employer are pivotal to this:

  • Our friendly and supportive environment;
  • Our commitment to staff engagement and effective team working;
  • Our track record in creativity and innovation and our ability to successfully implement change and redesign;
  • Our track record in supporting our staff’s learning, development and career aspirations;
  • Our commitment to flexible working through a wide range of family friendly policies; and
  • Our commitment to support and improve our staff’s health, safety, wellbeing and resilience.

 

Why work in Ayrshire?

Situated on the West coast of Scotland, just a 30 minute drive from Glasgow city centre, and international airport, Ayrshire is an ideal location for those who want to enjoy city life, with all the benefits of living in a semi-rural coastal area. Whether you decide to locate to Ayrshire or a neighbouring area, you will find that property prices are more affordable than in other parts of the UK.  More information about the area is available at:

http://www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/ayrshire-arran/

Vacancies

At NHS Ayrshire & Arran our staff is our most valuable resource.  We support and enable our staff to fulfil their potential and encourage our clinicians to be innovative and ambitious.

If you are caring, committed and feel that you share our values then please get in touch.

Current vacancies

Our current vacancies, across a range of medical grades and specialties, can be accessed via the following weblink:

https://jobs.scot.nhs.uk/ayrjobs/Results.aspx?catID=4

Consultant opportunities

In addition we have a number of Consultant level opportunities in the following specialties:

  • Gastroenterology;
  • Dermatology;
  • Respiratory;
  • Endocrinology;
  • Radiology;
  • Care of the Elderly; and
  • Neurology

For further information and discussion regarding these Consultant opportunities please contact:

Mrs Liz Moore – Director of Acute Services

liz.moore@aapct.scot.nhs.uk

or

Dr Crawford McGuffie – Assistant Medical Director

crawford.mcguffie@aaaht.scot.nhs.uk

Job offers

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