Find Your Future and be part of a new Stroke Services provision.
Improving stroke outcomes and delivering excellence.

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Our Stroke Services are undergoing significant and exciting investment.

We’re recruiting for compassionate Allied Health Professionals to join our team and be part of our pioneering patient centric Stroke Service.


Stroke Services

Our new approach to Stroke Services includes a stronger focus on rehabilitation, and enhances the recognised success of our multi disciplinary working approach. Our service has been designed in conjunction with patients ensuring that it’s ‘patient centric’ in its truest form. Looking forward, phase two will see future development of hyper-acute services (care within the first 72 hours), resulting in a re-energised and re-designed Stroke Service across North Wales.


We’re always looking at different ways of doing things, for example when we expanded our rehab approach to facilitate the extended life skills for a young patient. We took him shopping to the supermarket regularly: helped him to be independent in his meal planning, communicating with the shop staff. He was then supervised to prepare his own meals.
- Maureen Burke Lead Therapist for Multi Professional Rehab Assistants

Join the team

We’re looking for innovative AHPs who are committed to being part of our new approach to delivering excellent patient care to join our re-energised, re-designed Stroke Service. You’ll be passionate about Stroke Services, committed to delivering high quality patient care, and live by the Health Board’s values.

Our strong links with the Stroke Association and Universities including post graduate centres and the Maelor academic unit provide opportunities for ongoing learning and development, meaning that when you join BCUHB you can truly shape your career.

If you’re an existing AHP or Consultant Therapist and interested in finding out more we’d love to speak to you.


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Our Health Board

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board holds a unique position as the largest health organisation in Wales. We work in partnership to improve health and deliver excellent care across North Wales.

We provide a number of services including Primary, Community, Mental Health and Acute Hospital Services for the population of North Wales.

As well as our three main hospital sites at Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor, Glan Clwyd Hospital in Bodelwyddan and Wrexham Maelor Hospital, we are also responsible for community hospitals, health centres, clinics, mental health units, community teams, GP practices and other NHS services provided by dentists, opticians and pharmacists.

Join the team

Many of our staff highlight the local area as a real plus point of working within our Health Board. Offering the perfect work/life balance, North Wales offers both sparsely populated areas and excellent transport links to nearby cities meaning that there’s always plenty to explore. North Wales has lots to offer new residents. From idyllic villages, to high-quality housing at exceptionally affordable prices and unspoiled natural environments just a stone’s throw away – what’s not to love?

Find out how you could benefit from living and working here

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The best thing about working in stroke rehabilitation is that you have the opportunity to really get to know your patients and have a positive impact following a life changing event. It’s an interesting area to work with the opportunity to learn about neurology and different rehabilitation techniques and interventions.
- Jessica Heron, Occupational Therapist