Based in Guildford, the Royal Surrey County Hospital (RSCH) is a leading general hospital with 507 beds and specialist centre for cancer services and treatment. The RSCH serves a population of 320,000 for emergency and general hospital services and 12 million people for cancer services. The hospital has an annual income of £330 million. We employ over 3500 staff.
Our mission is to deliver the best patient care - ANYWHERE
Every year the RSCH sees around 280,000 outpatients, admits 61,000 patients for treatment and 70,000 patients attend our A&E department. The Trust is also a centre of excellence and training for minimal access surgery.
Join us… We are one of the top 40 hospitals in the country and amongst top 100 Employers in the country
Surgical Care Group
Post anaesthetic care Unit (PACU)
Staff Nurse/ Theatre Practitioner – Band 5
FULL TIME 375 HOURS PER WEEK
Salary: £23,004 - £29,885 per annum incl. HCAS
We are looking for an individual to complement our highly motivated and dynamic team.
Nursing within the main theatre PACU, Day Surgery PACU and outlying services, provides an opportunity to develop your high dependency skills within a very friendly, supportive and progressive environment. The unit provides post-operative care for a wide range of surgical specialities including; Brachy Therapy, Hepato-biliarily and Maxillo Facial surgery. You will find yourself regularly challenged in an area where your ongoing professional development will be actively encouraged and supported. Team members are highly valued and innovation is supported within the unit.
For further information please contact:
Team Lead PACU: Marion Creagh
Telephone: ( Phone number removed ) , extension 4112/4148
Email: ( Email address removed )
If you are interested in applying for this post please use the links below to access the full job description and apply online.
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