About Us

Who we are

Surrey Heartlands is a partnership of health and care organisations working together – with staff, patients, their carers, families and our citizens– to transform local services and support people to live healthier lives.

We were one of the very first Integrated Care Systems in the country and bring together NHS organisations, local authorities and other partners to take joint responsibility for improving the health of our local population.

When it comes to the health and wellbeing of our citizens, we have ambitious plans. We want the 1.1 million people who live in Surrey Heartlands to have the best opportunities to start well, live well and age well.


What we do

We seek to tackle some of the most significant health and care challenges facing people in Surrey.

We believe we can achieve more by working together. We want to go further in joining up health and care services and considering all of a person’s health, wellbeing and social care needs. This means investing our collective resources with a focus on prevention, the wider determinants of health outcomes and reducing health inequalities. Vital to our success is harnessing the skills, assets and goodwill of local communities to develop a culture of healthy living and supportive neighbourhoods.

We work to a single, shared set of goals to deliver excellent outcomes for local people, with a delegated budget and decision making to reduce duplication of effort and resources. Our vibrant team brings together a wealth of expertise with a shared vision to bring people the best holistic care through innovative solutions and a responsive and supportive culture for our staff.

Working with us

We are continuously working across our partnership to improve our collective offer to staff in areas like health and wellbeing, benefits and flexible working.

We have a strong focus on developing clinical & professional leaders and encourage all our staff to develop themselves and their careers. We offer an abundance of career development opportunities and movement for staff across our partner organisations.

We are positively challenging traditional organisational barriers which get in the way of care delivery. We want you to be able to enjoy working in environments which are efficient, responsive and holistic and we are empowering teams to create the conditions for this.

The diversity of our workforce is one of our strengths and we seek to be inclusive in employment as we are in the delivery of health and care. We welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds.

We know that our staff have commitments outside of their work and we recognize that there are many reasons to want to work part-time or flexibly. We are always happy to talk flexible working.


Equality, Diversity, Inclusion Commitment

We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We know through experience that different ideas, perspectives and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative work environment that delivers better patient outcomes. We welcome all applications, especially those from underrepresented communities, including people with a disability, and those from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.

We have policies and procedures in place to ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and consistently at every stage of the recruitment process, including the consideration of reasonable adjustments for people who have a disability.

As part of the organisation’s commitment to achieving equality of opportunity for all staff, Surrey Heartlands CCG will consider all requests for flexible working on hiring. For most roles, the following types of flexibility are usually possible: flexible hours, compressed hours, part-time hours and/or job-sharing, and homeworking.

Many of our staff work flexibly in many different ways. Please talk to us at interview about any flexible working arrangements you would prefer or require. While we may not be able to fully accommodate all requests, such requests will not be referenced during the interview scoring process, and we will fully consider and try to accommodate them for successful applicants.

In accordance with the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, NWS Clinical Commissioning Group will not discriminate against or dismiss the applications of candidates with spent convictions for posts which are not exempt from this legislation.