Why join us? Here are just a few reasons why a medical career at LPT is an excellent choice.

Variety of roles and specialisms

Our large range of services provides varied and excellent opportunities if you are looking to advance your medical career.

We provide high quality and compassionate care through three clinical directorates:

  • Mental health services
  • Families, young people and children’s services and learning disabilities and autism services
  • Community health services, including our community hospitals and outpatient clinics.


The Trust operates in a mixed health economy with the NHS acute and community trusts, local authorities, independent and third sector providers all delivering services. We are an active partner in this integrated care partnership (known as the LLR Health and Wellbeing Partnership) and committed collectively to our goals of: patients will experience quicker diagnosis, care closer to home in improved facilities, higher quality services, earlier intervention in long-term conditions, improved wellbeing, more digital healthcare options where appropriate, and greater integration between healthcare providers so patients have seamless care between organisations.

We also have strong relationships and research partnerships with our local universities, including:

  • University of Leicester
  • De Montfort University
  • University of Northampton
  • Loughborough University

Let us know if you are interested in completing a clinical attachment with us. Contact us through our online application form.

You can also find details of our training rotations on the East Midlands Deanery website


As a Research Active Trust, we want to promote and support high quality research and attract staff that share our passion.

Find out more about our research offer


We offer undergraduate and postgraduate training for doctors in foundation, GP and specialist (psychiatric) training programmes working with Health Education East Midlands. We provide a range of posts on rotation to secure core and specialist competences for continuous learning and advancement in training.

We also support our doctors to develop skills and special interests in leadership, management, quality assurance and education.

Other benefits

Our medical roles enjoy the following benefits:

  • Support with appraisal and revalidation
  • Funding and time off to maintain CPD
  • Supportive peer groups
  • Mentoring and buddying relationships
  • Active postgraduate teaching programme
  • Journal clubs
  • Support and facilities for research activities
  • Enhanced annual leave for Associate Specialist and Specialty Doctors
  • Extensive health and wellbeing package

Don’t just take our word for it – listen to what others have to say


View our LPT medic career brochure

Read our medic candidate information pack online.

How to apply

We advertise all of our vacancies online on the national NHS Jobs website.

You can also keep up-to-date through our social media channels.


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