At NNUH it is our privilege to provide healthcare to over one million people across Norfolk and surrounding areas. Our vision is to ‘provide every patient with the care we want for those we love the most’, and if this inspires you and you share our values, we really want you to join our team.
Our values support our vision and guide the behaviour of everything we do, these are:.
We look after the needs of our patients, carers and colleagues, to provide a safe and caring experience for all.
We act with care, compassion and kindness and value others’ diverse needs.
We take an honest, open and ethical approach to everything we do.
We work as one team and support each other to maintain the highest professional standards.
We continuously learn and improve to achieve the best outcomes for our patients and our hospital.
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We are looking for Nurses to join our Stroke team as part of wider plans to grow and expand both our stroke and neurology services to become a neurosciences centre of excellence.
Our stroke service is well established and one of the most rapidly expanding units in the country. Care is delivered by our Nurses who are part of our multi-disciplinary team which includes doctors, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, dieticians, psychologists and social workers. We have established our neurosciences research team in which our Nurses take an active role. Unlike most stroke services the team at NNUH follow the whole patient journey from presentation in the Emergency Department right through to the rehabilitation.
- Stroke Alert Nurses based in the Emergency Department
- Our protected hyper acute stoke unit which has 13 monitored beds
- Our Stroke Acute unit which is part of the larger Neurosciences unit
- Rehabilitation unit in the community
We are currently developing more specialist Nurse roles to improve our patients care and offer our nurses exciting career progression opportunities.
At NNUH we are close to realising our ambition to be a consistently SSNAP ‘A’ rated Stroke organisation; we have achieved this by holding a series of workshops with our clinical teams where we have developed an action plan to ensure we implement lasting improvement to the care we provide for stroke patients.
Just think where your NNUH career could take you. Norfolk and Norwich university Hospital is the 6th largest acute hospital in the UK with new clinics and services being introduced each year, the possibilities are endless. With strong links to the University of East Anglia and Norwich Research Park we want to give our staff every opportunity and the support to achieve their potential. This also allows us to have an imaginative approach to our nursing teams, including Nurse Registrars and Nurse Consultants running their own clinics and Advanced Nurse Practitioners taking a leading role in the care of patients.
In Norwich a staggering 77% of people say they love their job. Although less than 2 hours from London and serviced by excellent transport links , Norwich is one of few UK cities that still retain a strong local identity and with that a strong sense of community – people walk down the street and say hello to each other, baristas remember our coffee order, you get to know about interesting local projects.
This strong sense of self along with excellent shopping, eating out, affordable house prices and excellent schooling is why Norwich has been ranked by the Guardian as the best city to work in.
Wish you were here?
So do we ...
Full and part time hours are available.
Opening Date for Applications: 12th September 2019
Closing Date for Applications: 30th September 2019
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Kate Holvey - Neuroscience Matron
tel : 01603 288211