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 ❤️
At Kettering we run a successful apprenticeship programme that offers career pathways in a wide range of hospital based jobs like Business Administration to Estates apprentice. We work with in conjunction with nationally recognised governing bodies and provide support right up to level 7 apprenticeship which is the equivalent to a master’s degree.
Many of our employees started in our apprentice scheme and continue to take on further educational challenges to complete their career goals and aspirations. For more information see Best of Both Worlds.
See our list of Non-Clinical Apprenticeships we offer at KGH.
For further information please use see our current opportunities.
I chose to do an apprenticeship instead of university as although you’re learning you end up coming out of it in debt which I didn’t really like the idea of, I wanted to learn but also be earning money at the same time and I felt that as Kettering General Hospital is a learning hospital that it would be a good choice to get an apprenticeship here. I was always interested in the business aspect side of things so I applied and luckily got to work here. Doing an apprenticeship here is a really good choice as you are surrounded by people who will look out for you and try to support you in every way possible” - Joshua Kenrick