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The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust is a combined acute and community Trust providing services at Rotherham Hospital and across the borough to a population of 264,700 people. The 370+ bed Rotherham Hospital first opened in March 1978 with Rotherham community services integrating with the Trust in 2011. The Trust aims to build a healthier future for their patients, their carers and families, and staff. Committed to implementing a vision that integrates hospital and community services and empowers the clinicians and managers to deliver real benefits to patients and their carers. The Trust does this by providing healthcare services where they are most convenient and best suit our patients' needs.

The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust is an Associate Teaching Hospital of the University of Sheffield and has an active research programme delivered through local, regional, national and international research networks and consortia.

 The Trust operates out of several sites. Information about each site and the services are given below:

Rotherham Hospital 

Rotherham Hospital is the main site of the Trust with 370+ beds providing a range of hospital-based Medical, Surgical, Paediatric and Obstetric & Gynaecological services.

 The excellent and modern facilities include:  

  • Intensive Therapy and Coronary Care Units

  • Cardiac Catheterisation Suite

  • Breast Screening Suite

  • Endoscopy Unit

  • Day Surgery Unit

  • Theatre Assessment Unit

  • Stroke Unit


The clinical services are supported by comprehensive pathology, medical physics and imaging services, including state of the art MRI and CT facilities.

Their Medical Education Centre has tutorial rooms and a lecture theatre. The Medical Library and information systems are widely acclaimed.


Rotherham Community Health Centre (RCHC) 

RCHC is responsible for making sure that the people of Rotherham have the health care services they need. The Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) works for the people of Rotherham buying the health services that they need. There are 29 GP practices in Rotherham, who are all members of the Clinical Commissioning Group. RCHC work very closely with Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) to ensure the health and social care are linked together whenever required.



BreathingSpace, based at Badsley Moor Lane is a community service based in Rotherham for people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and other respiratory conditions and their carers. BreathingSpace provides the following services:  

  • Pulmonary rehabilitation (a breathing exercise and education programme) - six-week outpatient programme   

  • Full oxygen assessment service including assessment for ambulatory oxygen  

  • Lifestyle and education sessions  

  • Smoking cessation support and advice

  • Education for all involved in caring for people with COPD and other respiratory conditions  

  • Support to health care services in the management of patients with COPD and other respiratory conditions, including, support with early supported discharge and admission avoidance  

Park Rehabilitation Centre (PRC) 

Park Rehabilitation Centre (PRC), based on Badsley Moor Lane, provides services such as: 

  • Physiotherapy 

  • Occupational Therapy 

  • Speech and Language Therapy

Hospital Hall
Operation Room

Kimberworth Place 

Kimberworth Place is a state-of-the-art hub for services helping children and young people in Rotherham and was developed in partnership with RMBC and NHS Rotherham. Services based at the centre include: 

  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services 

  • Learning Disability Services (including Hearing Impaired Team, Visually Impaired Team, Autism Communication Team and the Special Education Needs Team)  

  • A Disability Short Break Facility 

  • Community Children's Complex Health Care Nursing Service 

  • Physiotherapy 

  • Occupational Therapy 

  • Speech and Language Therapists 

The services within the centre work with children, young people and their families from across the whole borough. 


The Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham is surrounded by attractive countryside, contemporary leisure facilities and extensive retail outlets. Its proximity to an international airport, the M1 and M18 and the high-speed capital rail links give it a unique location. The Rotherham borough has a population of approximately 250,000 and covers approximately 100 square miles. Much of the local historic coal, iron and steel industries are diminished and have been replaced by thriving and vibrant light and service industries. One legacy of its industrial heritage is that the borough is made up of many villages separated by farm and common land. Rotherham has a number of very pleasant suburbs and the hospital itself is located in attractive leafy urban surroundings approximately two miles from the town centre. Housing in the Rotherham area is competitively priced and offers a wide range of choices, including urban and rural locations. 



Pay and Conditions: Everyone who joins us is guaranteed a salary that matches their ability & responsibilities and given every opportunity to increase it through training and development. The NHS pay system, known as Agenda for Change (AfC), applies to all staff except doctors, dentists, and very senior managers. 


Work-life balance: We know the importance of a healthy balance between work and life. The Improving Working lives initiative was introduced in 2000 and has helped bring about a real culture change within the NHS - reducing stress, increasing motivation, and improving productivity among staff.


Pension schemes: The NHS Pension Scheme is one of the most generous and comprehensive in the UK. Every new employee automatically becomes a member, and you will get an excellent package of pension benefits, fully protected against inflation and guaranteed by the government. 


Health and Wellbeing: The Trust Health and Wellbeing team run a series of groups to support employees with a healthier lifestyle and for employees to join in on a range of activities such as health challenges, mindfulness, holistic therapies, get active programmes such as yoga and Zumba, Health MOTs, Plus / Minus weight loss support.


Childcare vouchers: Employees can access vouchers for childcare costs which are deposited directly into an online account as e-vouchers on payday each month following the respective deduction from salary. Employees can then arrange a direct payment to the relevant nursery/childcare provider. This scheme is open at all times for any employee who has childcare costs and is run only as a salary sacrifice arrangement through Co-operative Flexible Benefits.


Healthcare: Employees can join Westfield Health for support with private healthcare fees such as Chiropractors, Opticians etc. Westfield Health is available as a deduction from net pay.


Equality and Diversity: We are committed to promoting equality, diversity and fair treatment to all applicants and staff regardless of race, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, marital status, mental or physical disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, age or social exclusion.


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