Our core purpose is to work with people and lead communities in improving their mental and physical health and wellbeing for a better life; through delivering excellent and responsive prevention, diagnosis, early intervention, treatment and care.
We are a provider of mental health, learning disabilities, eating disorders and substance misuse services in Derby city and Derbyshire county. We also provide a wide range of children’s services in Derby and southern Derbyshire. We employ over 2,400 staff based in over 60 locations across the whole of Derbyshire. Across the county and the city, we serve a combined population of approximately one million people.
We are focused on making a positive difference in people's lives - learn more about our vision
We provide services to people of all ages - from health visiting and perinatal services to older adult dementia care
We are committed to promoting equality and diversity - our Chief Executive is co-chair of a national BME Network
We are committed to suppporting our Armed Forces, both within our services and within our workforce - we have secured a bronze award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS)
We place a strong emphasis on research and learning - read more about our Centre for Research & Development.
We are proud of our services, which have been rated 'good' for caring by the CQC.
Working in our mental health services, you will have opportunities to support people of all ages – starting with our award-winning perinatal service (an inpatient and community service) and our ‘outstanding’ CAMHS service.
Our adult and older adult service offers opportunities in:
Our organic mental health services are driven by the latest research, supported by our dementia and delirium research team at our Centre for Research & Development.
Working in our children's services, you will have opportunities to work with children from 0 to 19 in a range of services including health visiting, school nursing, CAMHS or complex services like specialist nursing or paediatric occupational therapy and physiotherapy.
Working in our substance misuse services, you can be part of one of our innovative partnerships in Derbyshire county or Derby city, using a range of techniques to help people in their recovery.
Working in our learning disability services, you can be part of one of our community teams - or our Strategic Health Facilitation Team. In May 2019 members of the Strategic Health Facilitation team were invited to meet with Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England, to talk about their innovative work.
Information about joining our bank of temporary workers