ESSEX PARTNERSHIP UNIVERSITY
NHS FOUNDATION TRUST
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) serves more than 3.2 million people in Bedfordshire, Essex, and Suffolk with community health, mental health, and learning disability services. They are a major employer in the East of England, employing over 5,400 people across 200 sites. They also offer services in people's homes and communities.
EPUT was established on April 1, 2017 as a result of the merger of North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (NEP) and South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (SEPT).
Mental health services – they offer a wide range of treatment and support to young people, adults, and the elderly who are suffering from mental illness, both as inpatients and in the community. This includes treatment in safe and specialised settings. A number of the specialised services have received Royal College of Psychiatrists accreditation.
Community health services – A wide range of community health services support and treat both adults and children. This care is provided in community hospitals, health centres, GP surgeries, and patients' homes.
Learning disabilities services – they offer crisis support and inpatient services, and community learning disability teams collaborate with local councils to assess and support adults with learning disabilities.
Social care – they provide individualised social care support to people with a variety of needs, such as those with learning disabilities or mental illnesses, allowing them to live independently.
KNOW THE LOCATION
Essex is a treasured compilation of opposites that packs a complete wallop for your senses. From the glittering high jinks of the Sugar Hut to the Zen-like serenity of the Blackwater salt marshes, there's something for everyone. From the dynamic bustle of Chelmsford, the UK's newest city, to the historical magnificence of Colchester, dubbed "Britain's First City," It's difficult to fathom such variety in one location. Essex, which borders London, is well supplied by train and road, and it has two international airports and two globally connected ports. So there's no reason not to visit Southend and stroll down the world's longest pleasure pier.
Essex has a population of about 1.5 million people, making it the second most populated county in England. Because of the county's size, location, and terrain, the places where people dwell are extremely diverse. The border with London is rather heavily populated, and the South Essex Thames Gateway is a significant economic boom area. This region of the county is significantly different from the massive rural areas of mid and north Essex — rolling farmland covers about 75 percent of the county's land area.
Cheshire West has over 150 schools, including nurseries, infant schools, primary schools, secondary schools, special schools, and a pupil referral unit.
In the Wirral region, there are six grammar schools, and one in the city of Liverpool (The Blue Coat School). Testing is conducted by the Blue Coat School, St. Anselm's College, and Upton Hall School.
The Best 10 Colleges & Universities in Wirral, Merseyside, United Kingdom
1. University of Liverpool
2. John Moores University
3. Edge Hill University
4. Taurus Training
5. Carmel College
6. St John Rigby College
7. Vocational College
8. Liverpool Community College
9. Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
10. Liverpool Hope University
Essex boasts a plethora of transportation links including public transportation alternatives. They have a vast network of Public Rights of Way ready to help you explore this wonderful county.
Depending on the length of your journey, walking or cycling may be a better option than driving. It benefits the environment by removing cars from the road while also being beneficial to your own health and well-being. Shorter routes are often faster by foot or bike, especially during peak hours. Traveling via bus or park and ride may be preferable over longer distances. A full bus may remove up to 40 cars off the road while using up far less fuel than a single car.
A trip to Essex offers far more variety than you may think. Do you want to experience the high-energy thrills of a theme park or rodeo rafting? Alternatively, you may prefer things to be a little wilder. With such a diverse range of settings, you can meet creatures ranging from farmyard favourites to rhinoceros at Colchester Zoo to exotic sea specimens at Sea Life Adventure in Southend. And watch the awe on your kids' faces as they get up and personal with wildlife at it's nature reserves.
With so many beautiful vistas and places, it's no surprise that Essex is one of the fastest growing areas for hosting a huge event in luxury. What about a magnificent manor house to make your wedding day even more memorable? Or how about a mansion surrounded by beautiful grounds for the ideal team event? Or how about a modern sea-front retreat for a one-of-a-kind gathering space?
Come to a natural hotspot of outdoor experiences if you wish to get active. You can begin at a slow speed. Because the terrain is rather flat, it is especially enjoyable to walk or cycle along the numerous attractive coastline pathways, or to ramble through the countryside via old railway lines or rural footpaths.
Why should you choose ESSEX PARTNERSHIP
UNIVERSITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST?
They offer a range of induction programmes, clinical education and professional development with a strong clinical support network and dedicated professional advisors.
They offer an extensive range of employee benefits, for example:
Cycle to work scheme
Staff Support services including psychological/counselling support
Staff Physio services
Occupational Health services
Smoke free buildings
Job share opportunities
Long service awards
Annual leave: 27 days upon commencement to the NHS then raising to 33 days after 10 years service.
NHS Pension scheme