Here at Southampton Children’s Hospital Neonatal Unit we have begun to expand our team to reach BAPM 2011 standards of nursing numbers. This is an exciting opportunity to improve the quality of care we provide to our babies and families. We are therefore recruiting Band 5 nurses who are interested in developing in neonatal nursing.
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust Neonatal Unit has become the first in the country to gain official BLISS Baby Charter accreditation for our family-centred care for sick and premature babies. UHS provides intensive, high and special care to babies and families from across the South coast and Channel Islands in the hospital, as a transport service and at home. This tertiary centre supports over 6000 deliveries per annum and is host to the high risk obstetric and fetal medicine services. It provides the full range of medical and surgical intensive care and directly supports the care of newborn infants with complex conditions referred to all paediatric sub-specialities.
We work in partnership with NHS Professionals and are happy to discuss applications for our Nursing Bank.
At University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust;
We put patients first and will support your drive to deliver compassionate healthcare to babies
We work together with you to enable to enable you to be a key team member, to inspire and motivate your colleagues. We will provide you with the guidance and support you need to fulfil your maximum potential.
We are fresh thinkers, embracing our continued involvement with research. We invest in our staff’s education, training and development. We will be open to your new ideas to improve efficiency and service and empower you to have a strong sense of ownership for the unit and team members.
You will be a RN/RSCN/RM/RN-Child, preferably with some relevant experience post qualification. You will need to demonstrate to us some knowledge of the neonatal specialism, an ability to provide excellent clinical care and a willingness to learn specialist skills.
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