Senior Nurse

London (Greater) / London (Central), London (Greater)
14 Apr 2014
24 Apr 2014
Nursing Field

Senior Nurse

King’s Women’s Health department enjoys the reputation of being a leader in innovative care.

An opportunity has arisen for an experienced, caring and motivated nurse with specialist skills to lead a team of nurses within the Early Pregnancy and Gynaecology Assessment Unit. EPAGAU is a leading centre for the management of early pregnancy complications therefore providing an exciting and stimulating environment for a senior nurse to work and develop themselves and the service.

You must have expert knowledge and skills in Women’s Health including pregnancy loss alongside the ability to lead a team of nurses and contribute positively to the larger multidisciplinary team. There will also be opportunities for the appropriately trained nurse to perform ultrasound scans and manage women’s care within agreed protocols.

As a key member of the team you will deliver high standards of care to women requiring acute gynaecological and pregnancy loss care, women requiring minor surgical procedures such as hysteroscopy together with women requiring general gynaecological outpatient based care. You will enjoy working in this demanding and rapidly changing environment and will support the Head of Nursing, Gynaecology in ensuring the highest quality care for all within a safe environment.

There will be many exciting opportunities for you to develop your own skills and expertise and also be influential in developing the services and nursing roles within women’s health.

We offer educational opportunities from in house study courses to post graduate education through Kings College London.

For informal discussion and/or informal visit, please contact Rachel Woods Deputy Head of Nursing for Gynaecology or Helen Duffy, Matron for Gynaecology by email at / or on 020 3299 1814.

Closing Date: 24th April 2014

To apply for this vacancy please click on the apply now button and use the reference number 213-496513

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