Croydon Health Service NHS Trust are currently recruiting and have a number of exciting opportunities available.
Working closely with colleagues across health and social care, our community nurses provide patients with seamless support in their own homes, ensuring that both their health and care needs are equally addressed.
You will be supported by highly experienced Community Matrons and encouraged to develop your skills and press in your career.
You will be working closely with our main emergency department specialist teams across the Trust, our community-based Children’s Hospital at Home team and the renowned Evelina London Children’s Hospital.
Future training and development opportunities within paediatrics for our nurses include:
Our busy medical wards and their specialist services are a great place to work, giving exposure to a wide range of nursing experience.
The medical wards cover:
Staff receive ongoing training and development across a wide range of in-house and external courses, including the preceptorship programme for newly qualified nurses. Nurses within the medical wards also have the opportunity to receive training.
The Special Care Baby Unit at Croydon University Hospital has been caring for very small and unwell babies and their families for over 30 years. The unit has nearly 500 admissions a year, and is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team who are committed to providing the best care they can for our youngest patients.
We will provide you with the opportunity to:
As part of our Children’s Universal Service (CUS) team, our school nurses and children’s health visitors support children and young people aged between 0-19 and their families to be healthy and safe.
Nurses joining our Health Visiting Service will work to promote the health and wellbeing of children 0-5 years to their families, working in partnership with them and offering practical advice and support on a range of topics related to child health and development.
The service works in partnership with agencies to support and enable families to access the appropriate care.
Our busy surgical wards provide nurses with a stimulating working environment, contact with a wide range of patients and an opportunity to learn.
The Trust has four surgical wards, covering a range of specialities:
Staff receive ongoing training and nurses within the surgical wards have the opportunity to receive training in areas such as:
Surgical nursing provides an intense and stimulating working environment, working alongside highly skilled surgical specialists in situations where patients’ lives are literally in your hands.
We care for around 11,300 patients per year, carrying out all of the surgical operations that you would expect form a large, as well as minimally invasive keyhole surgery.
We provide expert breast surgery, vascular surgery and chronic pain management service in the form of caudal/epidural injections with radiology support.
We offer our surgical nurses a range of specialist training opportunities including:
With 4000 births every year from our diverse population, being a Croydon midwife is an exciting and rewarding job.
We offer birth in a variety of care settings, including our midwife-led birth centre, labour ward and as home with our popular Crocus home birth team.
We have a number of specialist roles and offer excellent support to women and their families.
As a Croydon midwife you will be actively encouraged to progress and develop your midwifery career:
If you are a motivated and ambitious midwife looking for the right environment to thrive then our maternity unit is the place for you.
This rewarding nursing role will put you at the heart of a highly motivated multidiscipline team, caring for patients with complex needs specialising in medicine for older people.
Care for dementia is a central part of our work. Our dementia friendly environments help patients maintain their independence during their hospital stay.
We offer training for those who want to specialise in dementia care along with training opportunities in:
You’ll be joining a team who are committed to providing the very best care for older patients across our hospital and community services.
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