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A friendly ‘hello’ from our dedicated team is just the start of what you’ll get when you join The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust.
We’re dedicated to supporting your long-term development, personally and professionally. That’s why our Winter Ward Nurses will enjoy the opportunity to transfer to permanent vacancies across the Trust once springtime begins.
As an experienced Band 5 Nurse, you’ll make a valued contribution to the care our patients receive during the winter months. So when the days grow longer and those wards close for the summer, we’ll offer you a permanent role elsewhere in our Trust.
What’s more, you’ll benefit from a thorough induction and encouragement to progress, as well as regular staff engagement and feedback sessions. Here, you’ll tackle exciting challenges alongside talented peers with a passion for quality and innovation.
To find out more about the warm welcome you’ll receive at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and too apply please click on the "Apply now" button below.
The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest teaching Acute Trusts in the West Midlands with an annual income in excess of £350 million. The Trust was established on 1st April 1994 and provides a comprehensive range of services for residents in Wolverhampton, the wider Black Country, South Staffordshire, North Worcestershire and Shropshire. On 1st April 2011 the Trust integrated with Wolverhampton City PCT Community Services under the Department of Health Transforming Community Services agenda.
The largest teaching hospital in the Black Country, training doctors, nurses, midwives and allied health professionals, our Trust has more than 700 beds including 30 intensive care beds and 14 neonatal intensive care cots and we employ around 7,000 staff. In 2010/11 our Trust treated more than 750,000 individual attendances, including Accident and Emergency.
Over the last five years the Trust has seen a significant expansion of its clinical service portfolio, in particular the specialist and tertiary services. Recent redevelopment of the site has seen a new renal unit, 3 new operating theatres (giving a total of 15, excluding cardiac), a diagnostic treatment centre, a new radiology department, a new purpose built heart and lung centre and 2 additional Linear Accelerators.
The Trust offers teaching to 150 undergraduates from Birmingham University Medical School, making it one of the country’s largest teaching centres. The Trust also has a large Research and Development commitment with a number of innovations on the open market and active involvement in regional and national research networks
The Trust is a high performing hospital which has excellent clinical outcomes, compared to others in England; excellent patient experience (95% of patients would recommend the Trust to their friends and family) and a good staff experience.
Royal Wolverhampton nurses are highly motivated and passionate about providing the highest quality of care to patients. Possessing a ‘can do’ attitude and a commitment to improving the way healthcare is provided on a daily basis they possess excellent communication, organisational and clinical skills
We are committed to improving the lives of our staff and patients on a daily basis with a leading preceptorship programme, regular staff engagement and feedback sessions and a supportive team ethos across the Trust…….we are proud to offer something very different.
So, if you think you have what it takes to be a Royal Wolverhampton Nurse and you thrive in an environment that is challenging, innovative and drives you to develop personally and professionally there has never been a better time to join us.