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Partner of NHS?

Post by SarahAshley29 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:01 am

Hi, I have been invited to an AP interview at a rehabilitation hospital, quite similar to what I am doing now. The company are independent but are a partner of the NHS - I applied via the NHS jobs website. What exactly does it mean to be a partner of the NHS? I would have to travel 4.5 hours for the interview. My next step would ideally be a post within the NHS as I am doing something very similar now.

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Re: Partner of NHS?

Post by maven » Thu Oct 19, 2017 5:54 am

I'd suggest you ask them that, or look on their website. But at a guess, they are commissioned to provide some services by the NHS, but are not an NHS branded employer.

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