Leeds is one of the most exciting cities in the UK. Our outstanding facilities for music, sport and entertainment are completed by a wide range of options for shopping, food and culture.
The city centre itself sees lots of investment for the future growth of the city, but you're only ever fifteen minutes away from some of the most gorgeous countryside in England.
We're also located right in the middle of England, with excellent transport links by road, train, and the nearby Leeds-Bradford Airport. Top that off with an affordable cost of living, and it's clear why NHS employees in Leeds are able to find happiness both at work and at leisure.
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Leeds is a fantastic setting to start or continue your NHS career. With 58,000 people employed by the NHS within the city, thousands of careers are available to you here.
The city is something of an NHS Northern Powerhouse - NHS Employers, NHS Improvement, NHS Digital, the Department of Health and many other health organisations having offices in the city.
Leeds is home to three NHS trusts. Leeds Community Healthcare employs 3000 people and covers all aspects of community health and care, as well as several children's and specialist services. Leeds Teaching Hospitals is the focus of acute care in the city, and Leeds and York Partnership Foundation Trust provide mental health and learning disability services across the two cities.
Primary care in the city is run by the three Care Commissioning Groups - Leeds West CCG, Leeds North CCG, and Leeds South & East CCG. Add to this the numerous third sector organisations, and it's not hard to see why Leeds is a fantastic place to work in healthcare.
Whatever you're looking for in your career, you'll find it in Leeds.