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Emergency Department Nursing Recruitment Open Day

Day Case Theatres GHHLocation: Birmingham Heartlands Hospital B9 5SS

Venue: Education Centre

Date: 6 February 2016 from 10am to 6pm

Description: Do you have a current, active nursing (NMC) pin?

Are you an experienced adult or paediatric registered nurses who has the passion, dedication and commitment to provide excellent clinical care, in a fast paced and exciting clinical environment?

Are you a newly qualified nurse who desires to work in a fast pace ED hospital setting?

Come and talk to us at our open day on Saturday 6 February 2016, where we are showcasing the career opportunities our emergency unit has to offer.

The day will include:

  • Introduction to clinical skills (e.g. plastering, suturing, BLS sessions)
  • Presentation outlining our excellent ED nurse development programmes (including  top-up degree, academic accreditation and pathways into advanced nursing practice in Emergency Care)
  • Tours of the Emergency department
  • Specialist interview panels on the day for those who have been shortlisted.  (A nursing drugs calculation test will be part of the interview process).
  • Letters of conditional offers of appointment for successful candidates will be given on the day.

Click here to watch Jess Parker tell us about her journey to becoming an ED nurse practitioner.

Anyone interested in the career opportunities can find out more by attending the open day, which will be held at:

Birmingham Heartlands Hospital

Education Centre

Bordesley Green Road


B9 5SS

For more information please visit the NHS Jobs website and search using the reference number: 295-20171BB

To discuss the career opportunities further please call 0121 424 3091 to speak to:

Matron – Hilary Clemson

Senior Sister – Joanne Gallagher

Paediatric Lead – Maxine Tomlinson


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