Do you fancy working in the highlands of Scotland?
Set in the spectacularly beautiful highlands, NHS Highland is an operational front line services provided through two distinct operational units - Highland Health and Social Care Partnership and Argyll and Bure Health and Social Care Partnership.
North and West Operational Unit
The North and West Operational Unit and has been in existence since 1 April 2012. It covers the more rural parts of northern Highland, and is divided into two areas.
North & West hosts:
- Out of Hours
- Sexual Health Services
- Chronic Pain Service
The North Area is made up of the district of Caithness and the district of Sutherland. Caithness General Hospital is a general hospital in Wick.
The West Area is made up of the district of Skye, Lochalsh and Wester Ross and the district of Lochaber. The Belford Hospital is a general hospital in Fort William.
Inner Moray Firth Operational Unit (IMFOU)
Since 2015, Raigmore Hospital has been managed as part of NHS Highland’s Inner Moray Firth operational unit, and is situated in Inverness.
NHS Grampian is responsible for providing health and social care services to a population of over 500,000 people living in Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray.
Aberdeen is one of the world’s major centres for the oil and gas industry and one of the most successful and prosperous regions of the UK. Oil has not changed the underlying character of the area, and with its unique combination of rural and urban environments, superb transport links and friendly, welcoming people, we can promise you that Grampian, and in particular NHS Grampian, will provide an excellent living environment.
In an area of contrasting towns and landscapes there is, naturally, a wide range of housing available to suit all lifestyles and budgets.
Accommodation is available in the private and public sectors and there is a good range of rented property for those who would prefer not to buy. In the current economic situation, house prices both purchase and rental have fallen considerably.