NHS lanarkshire

NHS Lanarkshire

Improving the health of North and South Lanarkshire

Work With NHS Lanarkshire

  • Chief Executive
    • Bothwell, Scotland
    • £124083 - £167318 per annum
    • Permanent

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An Introduction from Chair, Martin Hill

About NHS Lanarkshire

NHS Lanarkshire is Scotland's third-biggest health board. They serve a population of 655,000 people in rural and urban areas in Lanarkshire. Around 12,000 people work in the three district general hospitals – University Hospital Hairmyres, University Hospital Monklands, and University Hospital Wishaw – as well as in communities, health centres, clinics, and offices.


They are dedicated to providing high-quality, innovative, and person-centred health and social care. Their goal is for everyone to be able to live longer and healthier lives at home or in a familiar environment.

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Diversity

Equality and Diversity 

By investing in equality and diversity NHS Lanarkshire aims to improve services and patient care by:

  • Ensuring that their staff and service users are in a safe, inclusive and accessible environment
  • Ensuring that their services are accessible to all communities across Lanarkshire
  • Promote health and well-being for all people
  • Attract, train, promote and support a workforce that is diverse and representative of general society

Training and Development

NHS Lanarkshire has a strong commitment to the training and development of its staff. Formal and informal opportunities and programmes of learning and support help create an environment of continuous improvement, with the associated benefits to patient care. NHS Lanarkshire is committed to developing a discipline of continuous improvement through patient care, changing practice and also to create a good place to work for everyone at NHS Lanarkshire.

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