Nottingham CityCare CIC, Nottingham’s largest provider of NHS community health services is calling for volunteers to help keep people well in the city.

We employ a workforce of over 1,300 staff across the city providing NHS services in people’s homes, schools, community clinics and GP practices. If you are interested in any of the roles below, please email

  • Administration Support Volunteer
  • Reception Support Volunteer
  • Rehabilitation Support Volunteer
  • Clinic Meet and Greet Volunteer
  • Stroke Meet and Greet Volunteer
  • Breast Feeding Peer Support Volunteer
  • Speech and Language Meet and Greet Volunteer

Chief Executive Lou Bainbridge said:
“Volunteering with us gives people the opportunity to make a real difference in their local community, supporting patients and becoming part of the larger Nottingham CityCare family.

Volunteering is also a fantastic way to learn new skills and meet new people. We have a number of different volunteering opportunities throughout the organisation, from meeting and greeting people visiting our clinics and Urgent Treatment Centre on London Road, to assisting in administrative roles. Whether you have a personal connection to Nottingham CityCare or just want to give something back to your community, we want to hear from you."


We’re looking for enthusiastic people and can provide the necessary training and support – anyone interested in finding out more can email

You will need to be 16 years or over and be able to commit to volunteering for a minimum of two hours per week.  Our volunteering roles can be offered on a short- and long-term basis.