Our Vision - An NHS organisation that continually strives to improve patients' experience and outcomes
Our Values - Safe & Effective We will work collaboratively to prioritise the safety of all within our care environment
Kind & Caring We will act in the best interest of others at all times
Exceeding Expectations We always aim for excellence
Strategic Objectives 2015
Create culture of compassion, safety and quality
Be in the top quartile for all performance indicators
Proactively seek opportunities to develop our services
To have an effective and well integrated organisation that operations efficiently
Maintain finance health – appropriate investment enhancement to patient services
Attract, retain and develop our staff & improve employee engagement
Exciting opportunities exist for Band 5 nurses to join our inpatient Renal wards. We currently consist of a 27 bedded male ward and a 28 bedded female ward, the future development on the wards is to provide inpatient dialysis. There is the opportunity for successful candidates to rotate through the renal specialties of the Haemodialysis unit, chronic kidney team and CAPD unit to gain further knowledge and skills and to gain a better insight into renal care for the patients.
An exciting opportunity exists for a Band 5 Staff Nurse to join our dedicated and enthusiastic team of nurses. We are a 20 bedded medical ward, part of the Renal Specialty providing acute medical care for patients with a wide variety of conditions.
We are looking for caring, compassionate nurses, preferably with experience, who can demonstrate implementation of the 6Cs, committed to delivering high standards of dignified patient care, which are highly motivated and have excellent communication skills. Successful applicants will be part of a nursing team with a skill mix of 70/30, led by a Supervisory Senior Sister/ Charge Nurse, working flexibly to provide 24 hour care.
You will need to be passionate about nursing and the important contribution nurses make for patients, carers and family.
You will join a dedicated and enthusiastic team of Consultants, specialist nurses and dieticians who offer a full range of specialist services for patients with renal impairment within the hospital and community setting.
The trust is committed to personal and professional development; successful applicants will receive support and training to deliver the care requirements of the specialty to achieve their full potential and become integral members of the multidisciplinary team.
Informal enquiries to: Tracey Warren, Senior Sister C24 on ( Phone number removed ) or Jennifer Millward, Senior Sister C25 on ( Phone number removed ) or Leisa Ottley, Senior Sister B7 on ( Phone number removed )
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