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Working in healthcare is more than just a job, it's a passion. And every member of our Trust is committed to providing the very best care possible in order to transform the lives of our patients. Whether you're joining us as a healthcare professional or as part of one of our support services, your role is vital to the success of our services. Our people are passionate, patient focused, positive individuals, who are committed to working together to help people live well. We employ over 5,400 people and promote a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we work with. We welcome people from all backgrounds regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, faith, religion or age. Newly qualified or with years of experience we have something for you.

At the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, our vision is "Working together to provide outstanding care for our community".

Central to achieving this vision is working in partnership with patients, colleagues across health and social care and other organisations who share the same values, to support people in our community. It is a challenging time to be working in the NHS but the dedication of our staff means we are in a strong position.

Services at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust have recently been rated as "Good" by the Care Quality Commission.

We are one of the largest hospital foundation trusts in the country, and currently touch the lives of half a million patients in the west of Berskhire every year by providing high quality acute medical and surgical services for our local communities. If you would like to join our team we would love to hear from you - we are always looking for talented staff with a commitment to providing the best patient care.

Our Trust Values are Compassionate, Aspirational, Resourceful and Excellent (CARE). You can find out what they mean to us here.

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust is a major Trust providing a full range of services

We are also the region's specialist centre for cancer, eye and renal (kidney) care serving over one million people across Berkshire and south Oxfordshire. Our main site is the Royal Berkshire hospital in Reading.

We also provide services at West Berkshire Community hospital near Newbury, the Prince Charles eye unit in Windsor and at our renal unit based between Slough and Windsor. The Trust also provides outpatient services at Townlands hospital in Henley. The Trust also has a cancer and renal centre at the Royal Berkshire Bracknell clinic in Bracknell.

Our aim is to deliver high quality care as close to home as possible. We put patient care first.

We are also host to a Covid-19 Lighthouse Laboratory at the Bracknell Healthspace at Brants Bridge.

Berkshire and Surrey Pathology Service (a collaboration between Frimley Health, Royal Berkshire, Royal Surrey and Ashford and St Peters NHS Foundation Trusts) will run the service. It forms part of NHS Test and Trace, joining Britain's largest network of diagnostic testing facilities increasing coronavirus testing facilities increasing coronavirus testing capacity by tens of thousands a day throughout the critical winter period.

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