It is the responsibility of the Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership workforce group to consider the staffing requirements and implications of our transformation work across all our health and care organisations.
The workforce group is led by Janine Brennan (director of workforce and transformation at Northampton General Hospital) and attended by human resources directors at Kettering General Hospital (Mark Smith) and Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust (Chris Oakes) as well as representatives of other Partnership organisations.
Workforce – latest updates
Leaders of Northamptonshire’s new Primary Care Networks (PCNs) will this month embark on a new learning support programme helping them to develop successfully together. PCNs are local collaborations of GP [...]
A new recruitment campaign has been launched in Northamptonshire to employ the county’s first social prescribing link workers working in our Primary Care Networks. Link workers are central to the [...]
From 1 July 2019, GP practices across Northamptonshire will organise themselves into new collaborative groups known as Primary Care Networks (PCNs). This is a requirement of the new national [...]
Northamptonshire nurses have spoken of the benefits of a pioneering training course preparing them for new careers in general practice. Our county became the first area of England to [...]
Northamptonshire GPs meet overseas colleagues at the first recruitment event in Kettering Northamptonshire is set to welcome its first intake of international doctors under a new employment initiative [...]
KGH CEO Simon Weldon, Caron Bouckley ofHealth Education England and Angela Hillery at the NHCP Apprenticeship Awards. Northamptonshire’s health and care apprentices have been recognised at the [...]