At Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust we are PROUD TO CARE not only for our patients and visitors but also for our staff. We would like to take this opportunity to explain why CRH is a great place to work and the area is a great place to live.

Chesterfield is a market town nestled in the heart of Derbyshire, it has a population of over 100,000 and is close to the cities of Sheffield, Derby and Nottingham. It has great road and rail networks and is within one hour of East Midlands airport.

Famous for its Crooked Spire, St Mary’s and All Saints, Chesterfield and the surrounding area have a lot to offer, including; Great value property to buy and rent, schools scored outstanding by Ofsted, the Peak District, Chatsworth House, Hardwick Hall, Bolsover Castle, and Haddon Hall are all close by. A historic town with modern high street stores, many places to eat, drink and also entertain the family.

We are based in Chesterfield,  the historic market town nestled on the edge of the Peak District National Park, which is famous for its Crooked Spire Church.   The town has a fabulous offer for businesses, residents and visitors alike.   Find out more about Chesterfield

We are proud to be Chesterfield Champions and support the work of Destination Chesterfield

What sort of hospital do we want to be?

A first-class district general hospital (DGH) – the model for what a DGH can be in the service of its community – delivering sustainable high quality clinical care, offering an exceptional experience for our patients; and creating a great place for our staff to work.

How will we do this? We have six objectives to achieve our aim.

For our patients and our community we will:
1. Provide high-quality, safe and person-centred care;
2. Deliver sustainable, appropriate and high-performing services; and
3. Build on existing partnerships and create new ones to deliver better care.

For our hospital and our staff we will:
4. Support and develop our staff;
5. Manage our money wisely, foster innovation and become more efficient to improve quality of care
6. Provide an infrastructure to support delivery.

Benefits of being a CRH employee include (list not exhaustive);

  • generous annual leave
  • access to the NHS Pension Scheme
  • on-site nursery and holiday play scheme
  • excellent maternity and paternity benefits
  • cycle to work scheme
  • public transport discounts
  • early access to our dedicated staff well-being service
  • staff recognition awards
  • long service awards
  • subsidised on-site parking
  • fitness activities
  • discounted gym memberships
  • discounted holistic and beauty therapy
  • childcare voucher scheme
  • free uniform (where worn)
  • subsidised meals
  • training and development opportunities & many more.

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Last Updated 05/09/18