History of the Workforce & Training Hub

Our training hub has its roots in the Health Education England Yorkshire & Humber ATP (Advanced Training Practice) Scheme. This Scheme was created as a model to address the projected national shortage of GP nurses by increasing the numbers of student nursing placements within primary care and by promoting and delivering initiatives designed to support the primary care workforce.

The ATP Hub Scheme were the proud winners of the prestigious HSJ Award for Workforce in 2014.

The hub has been created by the merger of Primary Care Works ATP Hub (covering Barnsley, Rotherham, Doncaster and Bassetlaw) and Foundry Medical Group ATP Hub (covering Sheffield).

By merging together to form the South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw Primary Care Workforce & Training Hub, the team can now provide one single voice for primary and community care on ICS Boards and can be the single point of contact for primary care workforce queries in this area.

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