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High quality healthcare for all
High quality healthcare for all

Dermatology

At Practice Plus Group due to the variety of specialisms cross our hospitals and surgical centres we have the opportunity for specially trained nurses to work in dermatology.

Likewise we often have opportunities for those looking to develop their specialisms and will support you with relevant training and qualifications to achieve this.

One of the major benefits of working as a Practice Plus Group specialist nurse is the ability to work autonomously but always knowing you will have support from our specialist consultants when required.

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We provide excellent care to patients across the country, support to the NHS, and a great place to work.

Healthcare divisions

Our impressive range of services is also great news for your career as you can move and progress across our services and specialties.

Our locations

We are located across England from York to Plymouth. Discover opportunities near you.

Why work for us

As a large, private company we provide job security and the chance to work with the highest quality people working in the healthcare system.

Recent News

Arran Ludlow-Rhodes

World Hepatitis Day marked by prison micro-elimination success

27 July 2021 | Team news

The programme aims to eliminate the virus by 2025 from the 47 prisons where healthcare is provided by Practice Plus Group.

Lyndsay

Lyndsay: A day in the life of a senior physiotherapist

22 July 2021 | Team news

“Describing a typical day for me is a tall order as every day brings new challenges with it but always in a good way!”

Christine Bass and Mehtan Ahmed

Inspectors praise Gillingham hospital

20 July 2021 | Team news

Practice Plus Group Surgical Centre, Gillingham received a gold-standard award for its NHS endoscopy service.

Abigail Porter

£250,000 investment delivers new X-ray equipment to Shepton Mallet Hospital

9 July 2021 | Team news

A quarter-million-pound investment in new X-ray equipment will see patients benefit from improved services.