Strike action on Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 February
With the impact of the upcoming strike action on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th February at Kettering General Hospital, we have stepped down some planned services and those patients affected will be contacted directly by our hospital. If you have not been contacted, please attend your appointment as planned. Our hospital remains open. As always, if you need urgent medical care or advice, please visit 111.nhs.uk to ensure you are using the right service for your symptoms. Corby Urgent Care Centre are open and provide treatment for minor injuries and minor illness for the local community. Thank you for your ongoing support ❤️
Kettering General Hospital offers an array of different Administration roles such as Ward Clerks and Receptionists to Medical Secretaries or Rota co-ordinators to name a few. NHS administrative staff provide support to clinical and non-clinical areas of the Trust.
Our clear objective is to be well-organised and keep detailed records of patients and staff throughout the admin staff roles; we would not be able to facilitate this if we didn’t have our teams that work hard in this area.
For further information please see our current Administration roles.
I started working at KGH 2 years ago as an apprentice; straight away I felt welcome and part of a team. I was supported well through my apprenticeship and went on to get a job within the recruitment team. During my time in recruitment I built my skills and was given lots of opportunities to learn new things and meet different people throughout the trust. I am now Workforce Project Coordinator, running the recruitment process for overseas nurses, welcoming them into the country and helping them to settle in to their new lives and jobs. KGH is an exciting, fast paced environment with a family feel for all that work here.Laura Savage, Workforce Project Coordinator
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We have over 4,000 employees