New Emergency Assessment Hub Nursing Open Day - Northampton
New Emergency Assessment Hub Nursing open day – 24th February 2018, Area D, Northampton General Hospital, 10am – 2pm.
Relocation allowances available!
Come and join us in Area D of Northampton General from 10am – 2pm on Saturday the 24th February and find out how your career could take off at Northampton General or simply apply here.
Our new Emergency Assessment Hub will help us redefine the way that we work while assessing patients at Northampton General.
Recently rated as a GOOD hospital, we are starting to see the rewards of our hard work as we start our journey to OUTSTANDING.
We are investing in the future of NGH. In the summer of 2018, we will be opening the country’s newest emergency assessment unit and starting a new way of working to streamline the flow of patients through our services.
We have relocation allowances available for people who would like to move closer to Northampton. You really can have the best of both worlds here, with a great career and home life.
We are supportive, both to our patients and staff. It’s in our DNA as Nurses and now in our vision and values as a Trust. We want to deliver the best possible care. We are serious about engaging with our Nurses and making your workplace better, after all we understand how tough working as a Nurse can be…. We are nurses too! This is why we put in place the DAISY® awards, which recognises our hard working nursing staff.
There is much for us to be excited about. Our employee survey has shown vast improvement over the last 3 years and that is something we are really proud of. We really welcome talented Nurses who understand patient care to join #teamNGH and to progress your career to help us to continue to deliver the best possible care and help move our “pathway to excellence” and shared decision making programmes forward.
Some are good days and some could be better, but overall things are different here at Northampton General. With your help, we are working on something special… To make NGH somewhere that people look forward to coming to at the beginning of their shift and where they want to work.
A place where people look forward to seeing their teammates each day and facing the challenges of the day, together, regardless of your band or role.
We also want you to feel valued; we know as Nurses ourselves, it is important to feel valued! Your insight is invaluable to what we are doing here, so we have created an open and safe environment to help us learn.
Finally, we want to ensure you get your breaks, we want to make sure you get your supervision and your CPD time as well as getting to work with a closely knit MDT, who are all working towards the same goals. We have a great development programme with our practice development team and excellent OSCE results for our international nurses.
Come and talk with us about your career at Northampton General!
To deliver best possible care for our patients:
We put patient safety above all else
We aspire to excellence
We reflect, we learn, we improve
We respect and support each other
To apply for this post, scroll down to the bottom of this page and select “apply on line”.Ensure you read the link “Application Form Guidance Notes” before completing your application.
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