Become part of something bigger

Surrey Downs Health and Care is an innovative partnership of local NHS organisations, working closely with Surrey County Council. By working across organisational boundaries, we are able to provide services in innovative ways. 

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Surrey Downs Health and Care employs a wide range of professionals and experts, who deliver key services and projects, from Health Care Assistants to District and Specialist Nurses to Physiotherapist and support roles such as Operations and HR.

Our main office, Horizon House is located in Epsom town centre with the majority of our teams based in a number of clinics across Surrey including Dorking Hospital, Molesley Hospital, New Epsom and Ewell Community Hospital and Leatherhead Hospital.

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Current Vacancies 


You will play a key role in helping us deliver the vital services we provide

Surrey Downs Health and Care (SDHC) is a partnership between local NHS organisations that collaboratively provide adult community health services in Surrey Downs (Epsom, Dorking and East Elmbridge areas). SDHC sits as one of the wider partner organisations within Surrey Downs Health and Care Partnership.​

​Our ambition is to create a health and care system built around the people and communities of Dorking, Epsom and East Elmbridge. 

You will thrive within our friendly and professional teams

At Surrey Downs Health and Care, we are passionate about maintaining an inclusive workplace for all that reflects the communities we support and look after.

We welcome applications from all sections of our community particularly from underrepresented backgrounds, including BAME, LGBTQi+ and those with hidden or visible disabilities.

We are committed to ensuring all our staff – regardless of gender, age, religion, sexuality, ethnicity or disability – can thrive and succeed whilst working with us.

“Living with a long-term condition brings with it enough stresses, but when you then have the worry of how you will balance work, hospital appointments, treatments, surgery with a job which is so demanding it’s imperative you are supported by your organisation to take away all those unnecessary worries. The organisation has always accommodated to my needs through being flexible and understanding with how my long-term condition can sometimes interfere with work life. But, knowing I can turn to my colleagues and management without the fear of them not understanding makes the management of my health far less stressful than it could be.”

– Wallis Macdonald, Team Lead, Banstead and Tattenham District Nurses

You will connect with others to make a real difference

Our vision and purpose are clear, as we work together to deliver an ambitious transformation programme, very much focused on our patients’ needs.

Our ambitious partnership offers you the opportunity to become involved in a wide range of varied and interesting work.  That, together with an enviable array of staff benefits and a rewarding and challenging career is our unique offer to you. 

You will be supported to develop and progress towards your goals

We feel that a workplace where everyone is valued and supported is key to running successful community services. 

We make sure that all employees meet regularly with their line managers to keep you on track and discuss your own development needs. 

We are committed to making sure everyone receives the best learning and development opportunities to help deliver excellent services to our patients. 

Our comprehensive training will equip you with both the technical and the soft skills you will need to perform at your best. 

“Joining the organisation in 2016 as a newly qualified nurse straight out of university, I never thought I would be here today as a team lead district nurse. What has made that possible is the huge amount of support I have received from my colleagues and management. From ensuring I was given the opportunity to attend the courses required for me to obtain my competencies, to sponsoring me to complete the specialist practitioner qualification MSc. The support didn’t stop there as my colleagues continued to recognise me and gave me that push to overcome my imposter syndrome and apply for the job, resulting in me having the job I only dreamt of doing just 5 years ago.”

– Wallis Macdonald, Team Lead, Banstead and Tattenham District Nurses