Bank Nurses – Ophthalmology
Flexible, bank work
Salary: Day rate
Who are we?
Newmedica is a dynamic, innovative UK healthcare company that works in partnership with the NHS to deliver specialist clinical eye care services safely and effectively. Newmedica is growing rapidly and operates services in a number of locations around the UK. Newmedica clinics operate in both fixed and mobile settings, in the community and on NHS Trust sites.
We are currenltly seeking experienced and passionate ophthalmic nurses to join our Bank and support a variety of outpatients clinics including general ophthalmology and cataract pre and post op.
As an experienced Ophthalmic Nurse you will have the opportunity to gain additional experience whilst maintaining excellent clinical standards and patient experience.
Flexibility is required and the ability to travel to Newmedica sites across England will potentially increase the amount of work that we are able to offer.
To apply, please submit your CV and a covering letter, outlining the reasons why you’re suitable for the role, with reference to the specific competencies outlined in the job description.
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