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WORKING FOR NHS GREATER GLASGOW AND CLYDE
 
 
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is one of the largest National Health Service providers and employers in the UK. In partnership with 8 local authorities we are responsible for the health needs of a population of 1.2 million people, almost a quarter of the entire Scottish population; Glasgow itself has a population of nearly 600,000. The geographical area covered by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is diverse; it covers both urban and rural locations in the Glasgow and Clyde area.
 
Working with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is a career that can take you as far as you want to go.  And in return for your commitment you’ll get a forward-thinking employer offering an excellent salary, genuine career prospects and continuous training and development. 

Find out more about NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde at www.nhsggc.org.uk

We offer all our staff excellent benefits including; 
  • NHS Superannuation pension scheme,
  • Child Care Vouchers,
  • Bursaries to support education and training,
  •  Interest free loans to purchase Zonecards for trains, buses, underground and some ferries
  • Cycle to work Interest free Loans to purchase bicycles and equipment
For more information on the benefits available to NHS Staff visit www.nhsstaffbenefits.co.uk and http://www.healthservicediscounts.com
 

LIVING AND WORKING IN GLASGOW AND CLYDE 

 
The Glasgow and Clyde region is one of Europe’s most exciting and beautiful destinations and combines the energy and sophistication of a great international city with some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery within easy reach. Glasgow itself is easily accessible as it is served by two international airports, a fast rail link to London and the north of England and excellent motorway links to Edinburgh and the rest of Scotland.
 
It is vibrant and modern, and is Scotland’s largest city. In fact, Glasgow’s scale comes as a surprise to some people, with the largest suburban rail network outside London, and is second only to the UK capital as a retail centre. Glasgow also has a wealth of culture and leisure activities. As well as this, Glasgow has an abundance of places to visit, with Loch Lomond just 40 minutes from the city Centre, and with the vast areas around it, it’s rarely crowded. Add this to high quality housing, good schools, thorough transport links – and you can understand why people here enjoy a unique standard of living.
 
Glasgow and Clyde doesn’t just offer you a huge choice of leisure activities – it offers you more time to pursue them. With short commuting times – and its proximity to the great outdoors – working in Glasgow and Clyde will give you more time to call your own.
 
 
For more general information on Glasgow and the surrounding areas please visit www.seeglasgow.com
 
 
Our hospitals 
 
For further information on our hospitals click on the following links 
Health Services in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde are undergoing a radical transformation of our services to meet the changing health needs of our population. We're building new hospitals and redesigning the way we deliver patient services to provide modern health care to greatly improve the experiences of patients and staff working environments.

 

 

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