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Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre, UKSH

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Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre, UKSH
UK Specialist Hospitals (UKSH) is a UK-based company providing healthcare to both NHS and private patients. Our treatment centres provide services of the highest professional standards.

Employer Detail

Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre (SMTC) is a state-of-the-art surgical facility. It provides specialist orthopaedics, ophthalmology, general surgery and endoscopy as well as multi-modality imaging and diagnostics, gynaecology, urology, oral surgery and ears, nose and throat procedures.

At SMTC, we are dedicated to providing a personalised and efficient healthcare service to you.

“An excellent example of how well and quickly an ITC can integrate into the local health economy exists in Shepton Mallet where the ITC has treated 2500 patients since opening in July 2005”

Lord Warner (Health Service Journal, March 2006)

Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre delivers services to NHS patients on behalf of NHS Somerset.

Career Benefits

At UK Specialist Hospitals (UKSH) they employ individuals who are committed to helping them deliver very high standards of care and who value the role they play in making a difference to patients’ wellbeing.
They constantly focus on improving the service they deliver to patients and they look to recruit individuals who share their passion for this innovation.
Alongside a competitive salary and generous annual leave entitlement, all employees will have access to the following benefits after successful completion of a three month probation period following commencement of employment.
• Stakeholder Pension
• Private medical insurance
• Dental insurance cover
• Life assurance scheme 4 x salary
• Employee assistance scheme giving staff access to 24 hour assistance for them and their family e.g. legal, financial and counselling advice
• Support for Continuing Professional Development


Shepton Mallet is a small rural town and civil parish in the Mendip district of Somerset, England. The town is approximately 18 mi (29 km) south of Bristol and 5 mi (8.0 km) east of Wells. The Mendip Hills lie to the north, and the River Sheppey runs through the town.
The town has a population of 8,981.
There are several primary schools within Shepton Mallet. Education for 11-16 year olds is provided by Whitstone Technology College.

Transport and Travel

There are a number of ways to travel to Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre including a range of public transport options. We also have free on-site parking should you choose to drive to the treatment centre.

Travel by Car and Parking
Please refer to the map above for local driving directions. The treatment centre is signposted with Hospital signs in the vicinity. If you are using a sat nav device to plan your route, please use the following postcode: BA4 4PG.

Car parking is provided adjacent to the main entrance of the treatment centre. Multiple disabled bays are also located adjacent to the main entrance to the treatment centre.

There are also drop-off spaces available outside the main entrance. There is no charge for parking at the treatment centre. Please bear in mind that on busy days parking spaces may be limited.

Travel by Bus
The number 776 bus service stops outside the Community Hospital, which is on the same site as Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre.

You can also find information about bus routes to the treatment centre by visiting the First Bus website here.

For further information please contact First Bus on 0845 606 4446.

Travel by Taxi
Details of local companies are available from the treatment centre's main reception

Travel by Train
The nearest main line train station is situated at Castle Cary. For further information, please contact National Rail on 08457 484950

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