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About us | Current Vacancies | Flexible Opportunities | Why Herefordshire

Taurus Healthcare is the GP Federation that supports all Herefordshire's GP practices. We employ staff on behalf of the practices and Primary Care Networks (PCNs). More than 300 people work with us in clinical services, at our corporate offices, within PCNs and practices.

Taurus is making a real and positive difference to healthcare delivery across Herefordshire. Originally set up to support General Practice throughout Herefordshire in the provision of its services, we have expanded over the years in terms of how this is delivered.

We are a a values-led organisation, built on a culture of mutual trust, respect, and support. 'Team Taurus' is a close-knit group of dedicated professionals working together with General Practice partners to deliver the highest quality of care.

This collective model enables us to provide a continuum of patient care across 24 hours of every day. It also enables patients to access clinical services their GPs would otherwise not be able to provide.

Herefordshire General Practice is working collaboratively to support our workforce in a way that ensures both individual and collective resilience.

For example:

  • Through offering flexible career opportunities, including options to work day and night time and / or out of hours in different services and locations, including working from home
  • By offering support and opportunity for career development and progression
  • By being digitally innovative with robust data sharing and technology solutions, connected through EMIS.

We work closely with Herefordshire and Worcestershire Integrated Care Board (ICB) and Herefordshire (place) partners and have developed excellent relationships with Wye Valley NHS TrustHerefordshire Council, and the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust, modelling a genuinely integrated, joined-up approach to care.

Please do browse our current vacancies below. We are always looking for committed, talented people to join our team. So, even if you don't see a suitable vacancy listed below, please do contact us for an informal discussion about working in Herefordshire General Practice. We'd also be happy to answer any questions you have about living and working in the county.

Armed Forces Covenant

Taurus Healthcare holds a Bronze Armed Forces Covenant Award.

We welcome applications from armed forces verterans, reservists and military spouses/partners.

Vacancies within Herefordshire General Practice

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Flexible Opportunities

Herefordshire General Practice is committed to getting you home on time. We offer innovative solutions to improve your working day and the opportunity to work flexibly across services to suit your needs and interests. 

Our core purpose is to ensure you find the right role for you so that you enjoy working in Herefordshire and can see your career developing with us. Our flexible roles enable you to work within a practice, in our at scale services or a combination to suit your needs and aspirations. 

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Why Work in Herefordshire?

Herefordshire is a very rural, beautiful, green county bordering south Wales. It has a population of around 200,000 people, around a third of whom live in Hereford City. Ninety-five per cent of the land in the county is classified as ‘rural’ with over half of the population living in rural areas. About one quarter of the population is over 65 (compared to about 18% nationally).

The Coronavirus pandemic caused many people to reflect and re-evaluate what is important to them. Factors such as time with family and friends, green spaces and clean air are amongst the top of the list. In Herefordshire, you can find plenty of space and unspoilt country to explore, a vibrant cathedral city and bustling market towns and an active arts and cultural scene.

In terms of healthcare, Herefordshire has one mental health and learning disabilities provider, one acute hospital and community services provider, one countywide GP federation (Taurus Healthcare), one local authority and strong voluntary sector and community engagement. We are committed to working together to improve health and wellbeing for Herefordshire people and to provide more joined up care, closer to home.

We trust each other. We develop our services together. We learn together. We are One Herefordshire.