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If you are a caring, dynamic and innovative registered nurse than we would like you to come and work with us in our community based hospitals in Eccleshill and F3 based -at St Luke’s Hospital looking after elderly patients The units are managed by the senior sister and her team with support from the Elderly Care Consultants from Bradford Royal Infirmary. It is a very exciting time to be working within Elderly Medicine in the Intermediate Care setting because of the interesting developments taking place.
Staff newly appointed into the service will be provided with a competence package and they will be supported and developed in this role to not only become competent elderly care nurses but become nurses who will deliver a “first class” service to our patient’s.
For further information and to arrange an informal visit which are welcomed, please contact
Matron Melinda Howard, Intermediate Care, Elderly Care Department , ( Phone number removed )
Summary of most important Experience/Skills/Qualifications required
Adult Registered Nurse Qualification with a current NMC PIN number or awaiting registration
Health Service related Degree/Diploma
Previous experience of Care of the Elderly not essential
Interest in managing patients with long term conditions
Highly motivated individual with excellent interpersonal skills
If you need the application form in a different format or need to discuss any reasonable adjustments under the Equality Act 2010, please telephone ( Phone number removed ) /366823 or Fax: ( Phone number removed )
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