Nottingham University Hospitals are seeking to recruit caring, motivated and hardworking first level registered nurses to join the friendly and progressive multidisciplinary team in our Stroke Service.
The Stroke Service provides a comprehensive pathway of care & treatment to adult stroke patients from across the East Midlands. Patients flow from hyper-acute admission through to acute care and onto community rehabilitation as required. NUH Stroke Services have opportunities for the right patient focused candidates. We welcome applications from newly qualified and nurses with no or limited stroke care experience. We aim to build on your core foundation nursing skills and support you beyond. We are looking for individuals to join us in providing specialised, holistic and personalised treatment for patients at all stages of their recovery.
The Stroke Service at Nottingham University Hospitals is at the forefront of evidence based care, clinical practice and academic research. There are opportunities for successful applicants to participate in providing care for patients throughout their journey, including initial assessments, implementation of therapeutic care and being involved in complex discharge planning while liaising closely with the multi-disciplinary team.
We offer a comprehensive induction package leading to many developmental opportunities including accredited Multi-professional Stroke Foundation course, clinical skills packages and support with accessing related post graduate education.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Emily Briggs Emily.Briggs@nuh.nhs.uk