Middlesborough"There are so many nice walks and national trust properties in the area. Northumberland, the Yorkshire Dales and even the Lake District are all available for day trips too!" - Graduate Trainee
Newcastle"The location is good as we’re close to the coast and to rural areas, but there’s plenty going on in the city centre too. There is a lot of variety here." - Graduate Trainee
Northumbria"Beautiful coastline, five minutes to the beach – and the novelty of hearing seagulls when you’re in meetings!" - Graduate Trainee
Durham“The North East is an amazing part of the UK that has something for everyone, including beautiful historical architecture and countryside, excellent beaches, and vibrant city centres.” - Graduate Trainee
More than 70,000 people work in the NHS across the North East of England and the region hosts nine acute/community trusts - all but one have Foundation Trust status: two mental health trusts and one ambulance trust.
Serve some of the largest and most geographically diverse areas in England with a mix of urban and rural population. For example, Northumbria NHS Foundation Trust alone stretches from the Scottish border, down to North Tyneside and west across to Tynedale.
Fantastic culture, some of the best beaches in the UK, rolling countryside, renowned nightlife, low cost of living and friendly people.
Cutting-edge facilities including: the UK’s first Institute of Transplantation, which has an international reputation for leading-edge transplant surgery for children and adults; the only centre in the UK to provide all complex cardiopulmonary surgery, including heart and lung transplants; and, one of only 14 major children’s medical centres in the UK.
You could be based anywhere in the area shown on the map above. The region of North East covers locations such as County Durham, Tyne & Wear, Northumberland and Tees Valley. The map shows the approximate position in the UK and transport links. Please choose your region carefully when making your application.