Ealing out-of-hours
Ealing 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 Ealing Out of Hours

Our news

A message from Jim Easton, Chief Executive of Care UK Healthcare

A message from Jim Easton, Chief Executive of Care UK Healthcare

March 26 2020

I hope you are keeping well through this unprecedented and uncertain time in which we find ourselves.

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A year of fundraising for our charity partner Bowel Cancer UK

A year of fundraising for our charity partner Bowel Cancer UK

November 29 2019

To kick off the partnership in October 2018 we donated an amazing £10,000 and from a range of fundraising throughout the year made a grand total of £14,268.00.B

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Q&A with Afiniki Akanet as part of Black History Month

Q&A with Afiniki Akanet as part of Black History Month

October 30 2019

Black History Month is a celebration of achievements and contributions by the black community that is celebrated worldwide.

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Health news

Finding your inner child

Finding your inner child

April 1 2020

What better time is there to release yourself of normal social constraints of having to be ‘grown up’ and use this time to let out your inner child and have some fun.

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