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Welcome to Morecambe Bay!
Come and join us at our recruitment open day on3rd August 2012 in Kendal.
• Various posts (Band 5). Full and part time hours available
• Commitment to flexible working & leadership development
• Personalised development programmes for newly registered nurses
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust is a large organisation covering a geographical area of 1,000 square miles of a mixed urban and rural nature. The area stretches from Grasmere in the north to Garstang in the south and Barrow in Furness in the west and across the Yorkshire border to the east. There is a resident population of around 310,000 and a catchment population of 350,000. The area has 17 million visitors a year, mainly to the South Lakeland area.
The Trust is situated on the edge of the Lake District and provides acute hospital care to the local population. We are going from strength to strength to ensure our patients are cared for by compassionate, dedicated teams who offer safe, personalised care every time.
Following significant investment into our nurse to patient ratios we are looking for experienced and newly registered nurses to join our clinical Divisions. Opportunities are available in A&E, acute and elderly medicine, surgery and critical care in both our Barrow and Lancaster hospitals. Posts are also available for experienced paediatric nurses to work in the A&E department in Lancaster.
There are a wide range of rotational posts with a firm commitment to your development and career progression. To secure your place on the open day and fast track your application and interview, please log onto www.jobs.nhs.uk and search under job reference XM0390612. The Recruitment day will be held on 3rd August 2012 at the Castle Green Hotel, Kendal, Cumbria.
Closing date for applications is 24th July 2012.
For an informal discussion please contact one of the following senior nurses via (01539) 795257
• Lynne Wyre, Assistant Chief Nurse
for Surgery & Critical Care
• Mark Hulme, Assistant Chief Nurse
for Acute & Emergency Medicine