Jane's Story

Jane was an A&E nurse; now she’s an urgent care practitioner, a ballroom dancer and a dab hand at sewing.

Jane joined Shropdoc in 2016 after 23 years in A&E. “Leaving A&E after such a long time was the right decision for me, as I felt I had more to offer the community in a primary care setting. I’ve had so many unique experiences in my previous role – I’ve even been filmed for various TV programmes covering life in A&E.

It’s great to work closely with GP’s in the community; it gives such a different perspective and you can learn a lot. I’m also really looking forward to progressing to a UCP 2 level and using my acute nursing background further.

"I’m really enjoying my role and experiences at Shropdoc and found that they have really aided my transition to a primary care organisation."

Working at Shropdoc gives me time to take part in a wide variety of hobbies – I love to keep busy!  I can often be found ballroom dancing (I even enter competitions), practising archery and sewing my own clothes and dance dresses – anything with a bit of sparkle!”

#BeMore

At Shropdoc we are always looking at ways that our staff can #bemore, whether that’s through training, education or simply making sure they are happy in their work. Beginning a role at Shropdoc leads to lots of opportunities, and here are just some of the fantastic stores behind our staff.  

Staff Stories