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Jobs boost at health care centre.

A HOST of new health jobs have been created with a state-of-the-art care centre in Birmingham as part of a pounds 1 million programme to improve rehabilitation services.

Birmingham East and North Primary Care Trust need 40 new staff including nurses and a matron for the new Perry Tree Centre, in Dovedale Road, Perry Common.

Health bosses have launched a recruitment drive and revealed there will be an open day for the jobs on May 7, between noon and 4pm at the centre.

Following a public consultation, the PCT is moving rehabilitation beds to the new Perry Tree Centre, which is purpose built for that type of care and includes a gym, rehabilitation kitchen and single en-suite rooms for all patients who need to stay at the unit to receive their treatment.

Maureen Clark, head of intermediate care, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity to join a new, dynamic, forward thinking intermediate care team working in first class facilities.

"I would urge anyone interested to come along to meet members of the team, take a tour of the facilities and ask about career and personal development opportunities."
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