Staff Nurse

St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust London a month ago

Staff Nurse Band 5 – Neurosciences Day Unit and Infusion Lounge


Band 5- Full time

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is situated in South West London and is one of the country’s largest NHS Trusts, providing comprehensive healthcare and emergency services to a diverse local community. A major teaching hospital in the forefront of academic and nursing excellence, we offer a wide range of general and specialist services, providing an environment that is both challenging and rewarding.

The Neurosciences directorate at St George’s Hospital serves a population of 3.5 million and the Trust has an established international reputation as a leading hospital for tertiary specialist care including Neurosurgery, Neurology, Stroke and Trauma.

St George’s provides a wide range of expert clinical services for both regional and local patients. The service is continually expanding and developing and offers new and exciting career options for nursing. This strong clinical speciality, combined with a nursing team committed to high clinical standards and a supportive environment, makes us a compelling career option for ambitious Neurosciences nurses.

The Neurosciences Day Unit and Infusion Lounge consist of two busy units that manage ambulatory care for a wide range of neurological/ neurosurgical conditions.

As a Staff Nurse based on the Neurosciences Day Unit and Infusion Lounge you will support the Ward Sister/ Charge Nurse to ensure the provision of excellent nursing care and effective and safe patient management. The post is full time and the post holder would be expected to work Monday- Saturday 11.5 hour shifts as per service requirement.

This is a varied, challenging and exciting role which encourages you to use a problem solving approach and develop your clinical and leadership skills.

We expect all our staff to share the values that are important to the Trust, being Excellent, Kind, Responsible & Respectful, and behave in a way that reflect these.

For further information and to arrange an informal visit please contact Natasha Dillon, Matron on 0208 266 6458, bleep via switchboard on 7933, or Tara Keenan, Sister on 0208 725 0271/ 0714