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Careers at Abbey Health Care

Are you a kind, caring, compassionate person and want to make a difference to people’s lives? Then look no further, here at Abbey Healthcare we have career opportunities for all skill sets, whether you are considering a new career in care, looking for your next career move or being part of our support services.

We currently recruiting for nurses, carers, support services, chef, and wellbeing Assistants to join our amazing teams and become an everyday hero.

Currently we are not accepting any application from abroad.

Why Us?

At Abbey Healthcare we are committed to your development and training. We will support you through a robust induction and help you to develop and enhance your skill set.

We believe in you and recognise our staff and our values are critical to our success.


"I have been a carer for many years, and I love my job here at Abbey Healthcare. Each day brings new challenges and joy, as we are always learning something new. Our residents are amazing, the stories they tell of the lives they have lived are incredible and heart-warming. It’s such a rewarding job, I feel like I am giving something back to these wonderful people. We are like one big happy extended family."
Miriam Sturman, Senior Carer
"Abbey Healthcare actively encourage promotion within the company to aid career progression and retention of staff. I personally feel supported which has enabled me to progress and develop professionally since working within the organisation."
Sharon Keane, Manager, Wrottesley Park House
"My job is amazing. I have learnt so much! I am currently studying Health and Social Care at college and applied for a position here at Elmcroft. Textbooks tell you one thing but working in the environment is so different. I love our residents and caring for them, it’s such a special thing to do."
Rhiannon Burt, Carer
"I came to Applecroft as a domestic assistant, doing general household duties. I was trained to do stock taking, ordering and organising staff within this role. I was able to progress to Head of Housekeeping which has given me more responsibility and confidence to maintain the cleanliness of the home."
Kirsty Killen, Head of Housekeeping, Applecroft
"At Applecroft there are various opportunities to improve your knowledge and skills. From being an HCA to Senior HCA then progressing on to becoming A Care Home Advanced Practioner by completing the CHAPS training course. This allows you to assist the qualified nurses with administering medication, wound treatment, taking bloods and contacting medical professionals. By completing CHAPS training provided by the home it has broaden our knowledge and given us a feeling of achievement."
Pauline Fenton, Lou Gardiner, Nick Jones
Care Home Advanced Practioners (CHAPS) team leaders
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