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Band 6 Theatre Nurses/ODP's.
Scrub, Anaesthetics and Recovery
Imperial College Healthcare NHS trust is one of the largest acute Trusts in the country and in partnership with imperial college London is one of the UK 's first academic health science centres (AHSCs). The creation of the AHSC is a major advance for patient care, clinical teaching and scientific invention and innovation.
We strive for excellence ambition and innovation and are passionate about the quality of care we deliver to our patients. We are interested in people who can be developed along the Trusts core values of Collaborative, Aspirational, Kind, and Expert. We encourage everyone at the Trust to work together as part of Team Imperial to ensure we achieve the best in everything we do - now and in the future.
We are looking for experienced Scrub, Anaesthetic and Recovery Nurses/Operating department practitioners with a post basic course in the relevant discipline to complement our existing team. Successful applicants will join our multidisciplinary team of skilled and motivated staff who provide a high quality of care to our patients, both NHS and Private.
We are a designated Major Trauma Centre and can offer outstanding experience in emergency and elective procedures.
Our specialisms include;
• Major Trauma
• Bariatric surgery
• Breast and Breast reconstruction surgery
• General surgery
• General and Complex Gynaecology
• Gender Reassignment
• Urology and renal surgery
• Hepatica-biliary surgery
• Robotic surgery
This unit consists of thirty seven operating theatres over 4 sites;
St Mary’s Hospital – Paddington
Charing Cross Hospital – Hammersmith
Hammersmith Hospital – East Acton/White City
Western Eye Hospital – Edgware Road.
All sites are well served by public transport.
If you are committed to furthering your career pathway in theatres, working within this multidisciplinary team you we can offer you support in developing your skills as you advance in your career including 1:2:1 coaching and regular in-house training programmes supported both by your line manager and the Theatre Development Nurse Practitioners.
Take the opportunity to be part of our dedicated team where innovation and the desire to make a difference is key. If you want to work in an exciting and challenging environment then we would like to meet you.
Successful applicants will be expected to be flexible to work across sites as required.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Kim Brown |Senior Theatre Nurse | Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
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