Harrow out-of-hours
Harrow out-of-hours

Working for us

Everything we do is about putting people first - whether that be delivering exceptional care and support for our clients, or providing growth and development opportunities for our teams.

We think that's one of the reasons we're growing so fast.

Our doctors, nurses, carers and support workers are already delivering health and social care services in the heart of communities right across the UK.

Clinical roles

We are always keen to speak to local GPs who are interested in working in the out-of-hours service. Whether you are looking to add extra skills to your current clinical portfolio, want to have a change of career to fit around what’s important to you, or would like to augment your in-hours commitments to build a full working week, we have a range of GP opportunities and shifts to suit your needs.

For more information about the clinical and non-clinical roles we have available within our service, please visit our career pages at http://careers.careuk.com/

 

What's new at Harrow Out of Hours

Our news

Congratulations to Warwickshire registrar on her second motivational book release

Congratulations to Warwickshire registrar on her second motivational book release

July 5 2019

 Dr Afiniki Akanet, one of Care UK’s registrars for Warwickshire, has done it again with the upcoming release of her second motivational book, Taking CSA T

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What is Indoor Bowls?

What is Indoor Bowls?

June 14 2019

 The benefit of Indoor Bowling is that it can be played at any time, no matter the weather.

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Skydiving for mental health

Skydiving for mental health

May 22 2019

A marketing coordinator for Primary Care at Care UK Health Care in Reading is set to skydive from a plane 10,000 feet up to raise money for Mind, the mental health charity.

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Health news

Are you tick aware?

Are you tick aware?

July 10 2019

A tiny blood sucking creature no bigger than a pin head has the potential to cause a whole range of health issues if it gets the chance to attach itself to your skin.

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