Our large, highly skilled, multi-disciplinary team have a reputation for delivering an outstanding Out of Hours service for the people of Wiltshire.
Out of Hours is one of our clinically led integrated care services, delivered by a team that includes both local GPs and Nurse Practitioners, ably supported by a team of care professionals, all working as one team to respond to any situation.
Our Nurse Practitioners all have advanced clinical assessment, diagnostic and prescribing skills in addition to many of the practical skills often required during an Out of Hours consultation.
Every member of the team appreciates and enjoys the opportunity to do what they do best, enhancing their skills at the forefront of urgent care.
“It's a lovely group of well motivated people who work well together. I enjoy the people I work with, it's great teamwork.”
Out of Hours Driver
“I have always felt that my efforts are appreciated and my suggestions for improvements are considered, which encourages me and makes me feel supported.”
“I have found the flexibility of working patterns of great benefit to my personal and family life, allowing for childcare and improving my work/life balance.”
“I am constantly improving and developing in my role as a Nurse Practitioner. There are always new learning opportunities.”
Out of Hours Receptionist
“We are friendly and caring and all want to help each other be the best we can be within our job roles. Not just for ourselves but for the patients.”
“I like the company ethos; there is the ability to develop your role as much as you would like.”
Urgent Care Coordinator Team Lead
“There’s a real culture of whoever’s available, you can ask and they will help you, or if they don’t know they tell you who you can go to for help.”
“The wide variety of shift types and locations is great for me as this offers a range of options to fit in with varied working patterns.”
Out of Hours Driver
“I like going home at the end of the shift feeling I have contributed and hopefully made a difference to patients, clinicians and colleagues.”