We provide safe, high quality, seamless services delivered with courtesy and respect and invite Service-leavers to consider this beautiful part of the country as a great place to ﬁnd that all-important work-life balance.
Our reputation as an innovative, leading acute hospital has developed over 250 years. We provide specialist and emergency hospital services to residents and visitors primarily in Exeter and East and Mid Devon, though patients also come from further aﬁeld in the South West and the rest of England because of our excellence.
If you’re looking for a stunning place to resettle afterlife in the Military, Devon has got to be on the shortlist. England’s third largest county has an incredibly diverse landscape, from the beautiful and mysterious Dartmoor and Exmoor, rugged coastlines and cliffs to romantic bays and villages, towns and cities steeped in heritage and history.
With all of that breath-taking countryside, clean beaches and vibrant cities, it’s not difﬁcult to understand why Devon is frequently rated as one of the top places to live and work in the UK. Service-leavers looking for the ideal place to resettle and perhaps raise a family will undoubtedly be persuaded by Devon’s two stunning coastlines, two National Parks, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and England’s ﬁrst natural World Heritage Site – the Jurassic Coast. Living and working in the right place is important for you and your family. Devon is renowned as a place where crime rates are traditionally low and has good education opportunities from preschool, right through to and including, the world-class Universities of Exeter and Plymouth. What better way to start your child off than in an area where 85% of schools are rated ‘outstanding’ or ‘good’ by Ofsted compared to 78% nationally?
Sculpting your ideal lifestyle is straightforward when you have so much choice regarding housing. From city living in Exeter to smaller market and coastal towns dotted around the county, you’ll enjoy a unique blend of new build houses, period townhouses and waterside apartments.
Devon’s villages and hamlets with their traditional cottages are just a short commute away and could provide the perfect backdrop to an entirely quieter way of life. Or perhaps you’ll go for ‘low carbon living’ in Cranbrook, Devon’s newest town on the outskirts of Exeter. The county is large so you’ll be able to ﬁnd plenty of peace and quiet but be assured that excellent road, rail and air transport links means that Devon never feels isolated.
Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust is one of the top 100 performing trusts. We believe there’s an opportunity to enjoy a new career and a completely unique lifestyle and look forward to hearing from you.