Staff Nurse

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2 Posts available
Caithness Acute - Caithness General Hospital ,North HHSCP (North Area)

We are seeking to recruit enthusiastic and competent staff nurses to join our friendly team within the Bignold Ward at Caithness General Hospital, Wick.

We are a busy 22 bed post acute and rehabilitation ward. We care for a variety of complex conditions such as stroke and neurological conditions, orthopaedics and elderly care; this has led our team to develop an advanced skill set in many different areas of nursing.

As a staff nurse, you will be supported in completing further training and gaining the experience needed to deliver a high standard of evidence based patient centred care. You will be working closely with the multi disciplinary team and will play a key role in planning rehabilitation goals.

These are part-time posts of 34.5 hours per week, working a rotational day/night duty contract as required.

Informal enquiries would be welcomed by Samantha Lea, Senior Charge Nurse, Tel: 01955 880311/314.


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NHS Highland

Inverness, (United Kingdom)

Phone: +44 (0)1463 704000

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7 June 2020
Location: United Kingdom Highlands and Islands Caithness General Hospital KW1 5NS
Salary: Band 5 (£25,100 - £31,649) GBP per year
Healthcare and Medical
PLEASE! No enquiries from Recruitment Agencies or Headhunters.

Only direct applications will be considered.

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