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Find Your Next Job at Castle Lodge Independent Hospital in Hull
Castle Lodge is a 15-bed hospital, offering care for those living with functional and organic mental health needs. Key to our services is the support of those with early onset dementia, or with the need for 24-hour psychiatric care.
Join our team of nurses, support workers, activities co-ordinators, occupational therapists and psychiatrists and, using a recovery model of care, you’ll help to enhance life quality, enable choice and nurture self-determination. From our ‘life skills’ kitchen, to help people prepare for independent living, to garden areas for therapeutic horticulture, we have an excellent range of facilities to aid you in bringing empowerment, inclusion and meaning back to lives.
Thanks to our wide-ranging multidisciplinary team, excellent training and development and specialist resources, Castle Lodge offers an excellent environment to deliver exceptional care, to learn and to develop your career.
Working for Barchester
Where We're Based
We’re based in Sutton, near Hull. You can find us in Noddle Hill Way.
Castle Lodge Independent Hospital
Noddle Hill Way, Sutton
East Riding of Yorkshire
01482 455 915
Why work at Castle Lodge Independent Hospital in Hull?
Join us, and you can look forward to being part of a culture that is friendly, welcoming and always supportive.
Here at Castle Lodge we provide a needs-led service that offers 5 female beds for women with a functional diagnosis and 10 male beds for men with an organic diagnosis and challenging behaviours. We work with patients who have been detained under the Mental Health Act, as well as those who’ve been referred on an informal basis.
We provide organic mental health services for those living with alcohol-related dementia (Korsakoff’s), Alzheimer’s, Pick’s disease, working age dementia and vascular dementia. We also work with patients with dual diagnoses and a forensic history.
In addition, we provide a functional mental health service for those with anxiety or neurosis disorders, challenging behaviours, bipolar disorder, depression, dual diagnosis, forensic history, other psychoses, psychotic depression and schizophrenia.
Young Onset Dementia Care
Alcohol Related Dementia (Korsakoff’s)
Behaviours that Challenge
Mental Health Services
See for yourself what it’s like to work at Barchester
Become part of the Barchester Family and ensure people get the quality of care they deserve. But don’t just take our word for it, see what our colleagues have to say about working at Barchester:
“No two days are ever the same, which makes working for Barchester very fulfilling. I get great opportunities to learn new skills and the training they provide has enabled me to progress within the company. Its great to work alongside colleagues that genuinely care for our residents – from day one I felt part of the “Barchester Family”.
“I really enjoy working for Barchester in my role as a qualified Nurse as the complexity of care we give makes the role really interesting with a variety of care and level of autonomy you get that I didn’t get in the NHS. Barchester are great for training and career progression. I love feeling part of the “Barchester Family” and the support I get form colleagues is second to none”.
“Working for Barchester really is rewarding. Seeing the impact as General Manager that I can make on our residents is a real satisfaction. There’s great opportunities to develop within the company with lots of opportunity for promotion. The team I work with are great and there’s a great sense of the ‘Barchester family’ between staff and residents”.
What People Have to Say About Us
At Barchester, we don’t just accept difference—we celebrate it, we support it, and we thrive on it for the benefit of our colleagues and residents. Barchester is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.