Industrial Action

Image used on the website Industrial Action by Junior Doctors between 24 and 28 February 2024
Junior Doctors will strike from 7am on Saturday 24 February until 11.59pm on Wednesday 28 February. Action is likely to cause long waits in Emergency Departments.
If it’s not a life-threatening emergency, get the help you need via:
• can support you at home or direct you to the best service for you
• Your pharmacy can help with over the counter medicines, emergency contraception and minor illnesses
• Mental health support, please contact 0800 448 0828
• Corby Urgent Care Centre can help treat lacerations, cuts, sprains, trains, minor burns and wounds
• For medical attention please contact your GP practice as normal.

Support Services

We have a wide range of supporting services within our hospital. We are extremely proud of these teams who play a huge and vital role in the everyday running of the Kettering General Hospital. We recruit for many different roles within these departments.
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Building and Maintenance

The Estates team provide services across the running of the hospital and are at the heart of our trust. The team will look after our hospital building interior including walls, floors and systems to the external grounds. 
There are many practical job roles within this department which includes electrical, carpentry, painting and decorating and groundsman.


The role of our housekeepers is to support the wards and the hospital with infection control.


Porters have engagement with patients and their role supports the medical teams. We have Portering job roles which go across all departments of the Trust.


I have worked at KGH since November 2007. I started as a part time housekeeper on Althorpe Ward. I loved this job especially the interaction with patients. I even taught a Gentlemen who was hard of hearing, how to text so that he could communicate with his family. He was so grateful and I was so happy to help and to see the difference it made to him. I’ve always worked in Housekeeping, going from part time to full time to Supervisor and now, since May 2020, I’m the Senior Housekeeping Supervisor. This is a new role in the department and I am enjoying the challenge that the job brings. I work with a good team of Supervisors and an excellent manager who is Knowledgeable, Enthusiastic and Supportive and brings out the best in me. I’ve been involved in many projects across the trust, including the Foundation Wing, the new Thomas Moore Ward and most recently Same Day Emergency Care. This involves us cleaning the area in time for the area to open, liaising with Staff to make sure everything from a Housekeeping point of view is completed to the correct standard and in the time allowed. We have also just moved to a complete new cleaning system, which I also helped to roll out across the trust.
Every day is challenging to meet the needs of the service but none no more than this year. Covid has certainly given us some of our most difficult and challenging days but with a fab group of staff, we will win. I’m proud to be part of the housekeeping team and the NHS and to do my bit for the town and its community. 
Trudy Barnes - Senior Housekeeping Supervisor
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We employ over 173 Housekeepers and this continues to grow daily