The Nursing & Midwifery Job Fair is the UK’’s only dedicated recruitment event exclusively for leading local, national and international employers recruiting Nurses, Midwives and Healthcare Assistants directly.
As a busy healthcare professional it’s hard to get time off for interviews. The benefit of attending our Nursing & Midwifery Job Fair in London is that you will rarely find as many employers recruiting directly all under the one roof. Just think of the time you will save not having to travel for interviews.
Whether you are just starting out in your career, recently moved to London, thinking of returning to practice or looking for your next job at home or abroad, the Nursing & Midwifery Job Fair is the best event to attend with interviews and job offers being made on the day.
The Nursing & Midwifery Job Fair takes place in Park Plaza Victoria London on Saturday 14 March 2020 from 10am to 4pm.
Kettering General Hospital provides acute healthcare services for the people of North Northamptonshire and South Leicestershire.
We employ around 4,000 staff and are one of the largest employers in Northamptonshire.
We are a busy Hospital site and see:
255 patients per day in A&E;
310,000 outpatients each year;
About 41,500 inpatients;
About 43,500 day case patients;
Approx 3,500 births.
To work here, will you commit to …
Caring about staff, patients, their families and your community and smile whilst you deliver this care compassionately?
Keep people safe and comfortable?
Keep the hospital clean and tidy?
If so, KGH is looking for you
At KGH we promise we will …
Give you variety of work in a friendly hospital
Offer a blend of learning opportunities to give you the ability to progress your career at KGH
Have competitive benefits and terms and conditions
… will you work at KGH?
If you want to work for a Trust where staff are caring and put patients first; where innovation flourishes; where there are opportunities to develop your career and you can live and work in the Garden of England, this is the place for you. We have fabulous countryside, great heritage, excellent schools and easy, rapid access to London and the continent. We are a teaching Trust so we play a vital role in the education and training of doctors, nurses and other health professionals, working closely with local universities and with the medical schools in London, Brighton and Grenada. With around 8,000 staff, 1,100 beds and serving a population of 759,000 people, we are one of the largest acute foundation trusts in England. We would love you to be part of our journey. Come and join our team!
UL Hospitals Group, based in the Midwest of Ireland, is one of seven hospital Groups in the country and was the first Group to be formed in 2012. Services are delivered at six different hospital sites across counties Clare, North Tipperary and Limerick.
UL Hospitals Group comprises University Hospital Limerick, University Maternity Hospital Limerick, Nenagh Hospital (Co. Tipperary), Ennis Hospital (Co. Clare), Croom Orthopaedic Hospital (Co. Limerick) and St. John’s Hospital (Voluntary Hospital, Limerick City).
With the University of Limerick as its Academic Partner, UL Hospitals Group aims to be one of Irelands top three university teaching hospitals by 2018.
We have over 3,000 staff providing a range of acute inpatient and day case services to a population of some 400,000 people in the Midwest Region.
UL Hospitals Group is governed by an interim Board of Directors and an Executive Management Team which is supported by four Clinical Directorates (Medicine, Peri-Operative, Child & Maternal Health and Diagnostics) who are accountable for the operation of services across all six sites.
University Hospital Limerick is the Model 4 hospital for the region providing major surgery, cancer treatment and care, emergency department services, as well as a range of other medical, diagnostic and therapy services. It is where all critical care services are located in addition to a 24/7/365 Emergency Department and it is a designated cancer centre.
Emergency and complex surgeries are only undertaken at UHL. The hospital is the hub for the three smaller local hospitals, Ennis Hospital, Nenagh Hospital and St John’s Hospital which manage the majority of their local population through their medical assessment units and inpatient beds.
Patients who require access to critical and complex care are seen at University Hospital Limerick and either stabilised and transferred to a local Model 2 hospital or admitted to UHL if required.
University Hospital Limerick plays the central role among the six UL Hospitals in the Midwest region. As a model 4 hospital it provides the critical care services, the 24/7/365 Emergency Department (ED) and is a designated centre for cancer, trauma and vascular surgery.
The hospital is the central hub for the five associated hospitals in the region. Ennis Hospital, Nenagh Hospital and St John’s Hospital are integral parts of the network that treat patients in accordance their model status. While they do not have an ED, each has a medical assessment unit, a local injuries unit, a very active day surgery unit and medical in-patient beds for selected medical patients.
UHL is situated in the Limerick suburb of Dooradoyle is now the biggest public building site in Munster if not the whole of the country. Major capital developments are in train including the construction of a new Emergency Department, specialist in patient/outpatient block including Cystic Fibrosis, Stroke, Dermatology, Neurology and Symptomatic Breast Disease, new ward block, new school for the paediatric department, completion of a new Critical Care Block, Dialysis Unit and a Clinical Education and Research facility in conjunction with the University of Limerick. A medium term plan is to relocate the University Maternity Hospital to the Dooradoyle campus.
Nenagh Hospital is part of UL Hospitals serving the County of North Tipperary and surrounding counties. Under the Acute Medicine Programme, Nenagh’s Local Emergency Centre has evolved into a Local Injuries Unit. An Advanced Nurse Practitionerfor this Unit was appointed in July 2013.
The services provided at Nenagh Hospital are appropriate for a Model 2 Hospital and delivers non-complex care as close as possible to patients’ homes. Access for medical admissions is via the Medical Assessment Unit, Local Injuries Unit, direct GP admissions and transfer of patient’s from the University of Limerick Hospital’s Group. Site governance on a day to day basis is provided by the Operational Director of Nursing and the Site Administrator who work with the individual Directorates within UL Hospitals to ensure the achievement of group objectives.
Ennis Hospital was offically opened on October 4th 1940, and is part of the University of Limerick Hospitals Group. Ennis hospital serves the County of Clare in addition to the many patients from other parts of the Mid-west attending there for ambulatory care services. Under the Acute Medicine Programme, Ennis Hospital`s Local Emergency Centre (12 hour emergency department service) has evolved into an Urgent Care Centre comprising of a Local Injuries Unit and a Medical Assessment Unit since 8th of July 2013.
Site Governance on a day-to-day basis is provided by the Operational Director of Nursing , while the Site Administrator works with the individual directorates within UL Hospital to ensure the achievement of the UL hospitals objectives.
Croom Orthopaedic Hospital serves Limerick, Clare and North Tipperary as a Specialist Hospital with elective Orthopaedic services for adults and children. Croom also accepts the transfer of Orthopaedic patients from UL Hospital for post acute care. In addition to Orthopaedic services, Rheumatology and Pain Management services are provided.
St. John’s is an acute General Public Voluntary Hospital, funded by the Health Service Executive and is a registered Charity under the Charities Acts and is administered and managed in accordance with a Scheme of Management approved by Order of the High Court. The current Scheme of Management was approved in 1989. The property is vested in Trustees.
The Hospital has a total of 99 beds – 89 In-Patient beds and 10 Day Care beds. The In-Patient specialties are General Medicine, General Surgery and Gynaecology. We also have an Urgent Care Centre incorporating a Local Injuries Unit and Medical Assessment Unit.
Priory is the leading independent provider of behavioural care in the UK.
We organise ourselves into three divisions – healthcare, education and children’s services, and adult care services – which together support the needs of more than 30,000 people every year.
Our purpose is to make a real and lasting difference for everyone we support.
Priory is dedicated to helping people to improve their health and wellbeing. We understand that in order for people to achieve high quality clinical and educational outcomes they need individually tailored programmes, suiting their specific needs.
Ashford & St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is the largest provider of acute services in Surrey
With 550 beds covering a range of specialties from acute medical and surgical care and emergency services to maternity and paediatrics. As well as day cases and orthopaedic surgery and therapeutic & diagnostic services. The Trust has an impressive track record of developing integrated models of care.
Within easy reach of London, as well as the smaller towns of Weybridge and Woking, leafy Surrey offers a rounded life outside of work, and as an ambitious Trust, Ashford and St. Peter’s offers opportunities for individuals to try new things.
There’s never been a more exciting time to build your career at Frimley Health, one of the country’s largest and most respected hospital trusts – We have three main hospitals: Frimley Park in Frimley near Camberley, Heatherwood in Ascot and Wexham Park near Slough.
As well as delivering excellent general hospital services to local people, we provide specialist heart attack, vascular, stroke, spinal, cystic fibrosis and plastic surgery services across a much wider area. We also run outpatient clinics and diagnostic services from Aldershot, Farnham, Fleet, Windsor, Maidenhead, Bracknell and Chalfont St Peter.
Recently we have invested £150m in new facilities to create the best environments for our patients and staff. Our projects include new state-of-the-art Emergency Assessment Centre at Wexham Park and a newly planned care hospital in Ascot.
Our three core values, and the behaviours that support them, guide everything we do and set out what we expect of our staff in the way they treat patients, visitors, service users and each other. So whether you use our services or are just visiting you can expect us to be Committed to Excellence, Working Together and Facing the Future.
If you have a passion for clinical excellence, patient care and your own career development, you’ll feel at home at Frimley Health. Whether you want to broaden your expertise, strengthen your skills or make the move into management. It’s one of the reasons our staff consistently rate us among the best places to work in the NHS.
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust provides acute healthcare services to a core catchment population of approximately half a million people living in west Hertfordshire and the surrounding area. Overall, the population served by the Trust is relatively affluent, but there are some areas of deprivation.
The Trust also provides a range of more specialist services to a wider population, serving residents of North London, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and East Hertfordshire.
As an employer of over 4,000 people the Trust is one of the biggest employers in the area and sees nearly a million patients each year.
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