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If you have a new continuous cough, a high temperature, or a loss or change to your sense of taste or smell, do not come to our hospitals. Follow the national advice on coronavirus (COVID-19).

Please find information on our services and visiting restrictions in our COVID-19 section.

Please see our latest guidance on face masks.

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Financial wellbeing

Our financial wellbeing depends not just on how much we're paid, but also on feeling in control and secure and knowing that we can pay our bills, deal with the unexpected and build a healthy financial future.

This page signposts you to where you can access financial advice and guidance, a safe place to talk about money worries, and staff benefits that can help incomes go further.

OUH Employee Benefits - MyLifeStyle

Log into MyLifeStyle using your username and password emailed to you (OUH employees) by MyLifeStyle to access financial support and benefits such as the following:

  • Workplace ISA
    Save direct from your pay for as little as £10 per month via a workplace ISA.
  • Debt repayment support - 'Dining Card'
    Consolidate outstanding debt into one affordable loan and automatically pay straight from your salary for a simple way to pay off existing debt.
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Money saving offers from retailers

Employee Assistance Programme

Our Employee Assistance Programme, Care First, offers financial advice and guidance, and sympathetic and non-judgemental support, providing a safe place to talk about money worries.

Employee Assistance Programme

Pay / pension queries

Please visit Getting paid / Contact us

Extra hours at OUH

If you would benefit from additional income, or a more flexible schedule, you could sign up and work more hours in the Trust via the NHS Professionals (NHSP) Staff Bank.

Tel: 03330 144 359


Trade Unions

Trade Unions are able to help their members in many ways, in relation to employment or other areas of life such as finances.

Please contact the unions directly via the following representatives for OUH if you wish to join.

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Guide to health and wellbeing - In this guide

Last reviewed:25 February 2022