From 6:30pm on a weekday until 8:00am the following morning, our multi-disciplinary teams of GPs, nurses, allied health professionals, pharmacists, paramedics, call handlers, drivers, healthcare support workers and receptionists, work together to provide the service for their community.
Why work in Urgent Primary Care?
There are many reasons why NHS staff choose to work in Urgent Primary Care. Not only does a career in Urgent Primary Care offer flexible working and extra money, it also provides job satisfaction and a better work/life balance. Also, there are lots of opportunities to learn and develop new skills to support your career within the NHS.
You can find out more about why our staff choose to work in Urgent Primary Care by watching our video. Alternatively, you can learn more about the benefits of working in Urgent Primary Care.
Working in Urgent Primary Care
Have you considered working in Urgent Primary Care? We recruit for multiple roles across our Health Boards in Wales who work closely together to provide Urgent Primary Care services in their communities.
If you would like to join our multi-disciplinary teams, you can learn more about the current opportunities available in Urgent Primary Care.