UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS BRISTOL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST
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About this provider
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust is a dynamic and thriving group of nine hospitals in the heart of Bristol, a vibrant and culturally diverse city. UHBristol induct new staff twice a month so there are always opportunities to join the expanding community.
With over 9,000 staff we deliver over 100 different clinical services across sites from the very beginning of life to its later stages . Our staff provide general diagnostic, medical and surgical services to the people of Bristol and the South West - approximately 350,000 people.
These services are delivered from our city centre campus with some services delivered in community settings such as South Bristol Community Hospital. We also provide specialist services in children's, cardiac and cancer services, plus other smaller specialist services that are commissioned nationally.
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- UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS BRISTOL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST website
- Phone number:
- 0117 3420143
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Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)