Northampton General Hospital

Northampton General Hospital provides general acute services for a population of 380,000 and hyper-acute stroke, vascular and renal services to almost 700,000 people living throughout Northamptonshire. In addition, we are an accredited cancer centre, providing services to 880,000 people who live in Northamptonshire and parts of Buckinghamshire.

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We are immensely proud that Northampton General Hospital is the first hospital in the UK to achieve the internationally recognised ‘Pathway to Excellence’ accreditation, this means that we have created a positive practice environment in which our staff feel that they can flourish and grow.

At Northampton General Hospital our mission is to provide the best possible care for all our patients. Our strategic aims are to focus on quality and safety, exceed patient expectations, strengthen our local services, ensure a sustainable future and support our staff.

If you are interested in learning and development, then we are the Trust for you. We offer a range of opportunities to ensure that everyone is afforded the time to keep their skills and experiences up-to-date to stay at the forefront of developments in healthcare. From a range of vocational courses, to work-based learning, degree and post-graduate qualifications, as well as bespoke CPD programmes, whether you are working on the frontline or in a corporate services function, we will support you achieve best practice in your field of expertise.

We aim to grow our reputation as the hospital of choice, by offering more services closer to the patient’s home through developing more hyper acute services and by offering more outreach services. Become part of a leading Trust that can offer you fantastic career opportunities along with the ability to make a real difference to the lives of patients.

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Exciting times ahead

In January 2020 we announced our commitment to working closer with Kettering General Hospital by moving towards a group management model to strengthen health services in Northamptonshire. This shows our firm commitment to greater collaboration between our two hospitals and of our senior management teams to work much more closely together.  Both trust boards agree we should start to implement the group management model during 2020.   Our first step will be to recruit and appoint a group chief executive officer by the spring

 

We are doing this

  • To strengthen health services in Northamptonshire
  • To increase collaboration, not competition, to develop first class services
  • To respond to the key challenges of population growth, rising demand, future clinical and financial stability at the same time as maintaining high standards of care