At UCLH (University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) our success starts with you.
This is an exciting opportunity to join one of the largest and most successful Foundation Trusts in the UK with an international reputation and a tradition of innovation.
Based in the busy West End of London, we have a lively and vibrant working atmosphere, with quick and easy transport links to all our sites. Our size and resources enable us to offer a range of attractive benefits as well as unparalleled education and development opportunities for staff at all levels. This includes an extensive portfolio of academic and clinical courses and programmes ranging from ongoing personal development through to clinical excellence and leadership skills. UCLH prides itself on its investment in staff both in terms of developing career skills but also its commitment to staff health and wellbeing.Open Evening 8th November 2018 Medicine Board – Various OpportunitiesUniversity College London Hospitals
UCLH education centre, 250 Euston Road, London, NW1 2PG.
(Nearest Tube Stations are Warren Street and Euston Square).A bit about us:
The Medicine Board incorporates the specialties of Critical Care, Emergency Services, Acute Medical & Infection, Medical Specialities and Outpatients.
We take pride in the knowledge that we strive for a positive patient and staff experience every day at work and being part of a highly functioning team is very important to us. We absolutely value the importance of team work and so if you want to be part of a successful team come and join us.Our current opportunities
- Band 5 Critical Care & Post Anaesthetic Care Unit (PACU), Emergency Services, Acute Medical & Infection & Medical Specialities
Please come to our open event if you are:
- Rotations available within the Medicine Board
- Motivated to develop a career in medical nursing in a diverse, proactive and ever-changing environment
- Keen to be supported and developed in your career pathway
- Committed to make sure patients have the best experience and care every time
Why Medicine Board?Infection Ward/T8
- Committed to being part of a team that is supportive, kind, friendly and kind to each other.
T8 is a 43 bedded infectious diseases unit within UCLH. We care for patients who have Infectious, Tropical Respiratory illnesses. T8 offers the opportunity to broaden knowledge in a wide range of specialities and the skills needed to care for these patients including Non-Invasive Ventilation, and tracheostomy care, as well as having haematology patients. We have close links with the Hospital for Tropical Diseases.Critical Care
Critical Care/PACU is spread across 2 sites - 35 beds at University College Hospital and 9 beds at West Moreland Site. UCH site admits emergency admissions from the ward/A&E, elective and emergency surgery and has large haematology population. WMS admits elective thoracic and urology patients. Staff rotate across both sites to maximise learning and development. In 2020 we will be expanding our services further in a new purpose built 10 bedded haematology unit.Medical Specialties Wards
Our wards comprise of 69 beds split between the 3 wards.
T7/T10M - are busy acute medical wards that offer a wide mix of acute medical issues. These include: respiratory, endocrine and cardiac medicine in addition to the acute management of dementia, delirium and frailty. We also are inpatient service for all older adults with complex needs
Evergreen Ward - is a step down unit of site at St Pancras Hospital which caters for patients with less acute needs but continue to require complex care input from hospital services.Emergency ServicesAcute Medical Unit
AMU is a 56-bedded unit caring for a range of acutely unwell medical patients (chronic and acute) in the first 48 hours of their admission. Patients may also requiring level 2 care including continuous cardiac monitoring and non-invasive ventilation.Emergency Department
, Emergency Assessment Unit & Ambulatory Care Clinic
The Emergency Department has a 130 strong nursing team who provide high quality care for Apply
patients per annum who present with both emergency and non-emergency conditions. The Department is currently mid-way through an excit