Are you passionate about helping people improve their health?

Are you interested in working in Primary Care?

Newham Health Collaborative (NHC) are hosting a free recruitment day for anyone who’d like to find out more about working in Primary Care in Newham. They are also hosting initial interviews on the day for anyone who would like to apply for a role (slots to be booked in advance).

Working in primary care doesn’t just mean doctors and nurses; there are now numerous opportunities to work in primary care with many new clinical and non clinical roles available. Many roles do not require a degree although some graduate roles are available too. There will be staff working across a variety of roles attending the event to help you learn more about roles in primary care. For a full list of the roles being recruited for visit this page. Please note this is a live list and more roles may be added if vacancies occur.

NHC will be working in partnership with Newham Training Hub and University of East London to host this day and provide access to jobs for residents of Newham, as well as helping attendees to find out about working in primary care.

You can register for the day in advance, or you are welcome to turn up on the day. The day is free to attend and will include some goody bags!

Event details:

Friday 28th April, 10:00am – 3.30pm

University of East London, University Square Stratford, E15 1NF

For more info or to book an interview slot visit

You can follow NHC on social media where they will be posting about the roles on offer and more about the day.






Further info:

NHC are a community interest company (CIC) supporting GP Practices in Newham by providing advice, support services and running NHS patient services that supplement GP services. As part of their support to GP Practices, they help recruit a wide variety of roles within primary care with some roles hosted by NHC, and others hosted by practices and primary care networks (PCNs). Primary care services provide the first point of contact in the healthcare system, acting as the ‘front door’ of the NHS.