We will be holding a nursing recruitment open day at Royal Free Hospital from 10:30 am in the Atrium (ground floor opposite WH Smith). If you wish to be interviewed on the day please ensure you arrive by 11am. The day will be a great opportunity for you to meet with some of our clinical team, learn more about the trust, the job opportunities we have and how we can support your career.
We will try and accommodate informal visits to clinical areas depending on extent of interest.
We will be assessing and interviewing on the day so if you are interested in working for us, apply today on our website or come along for a visit. #WeAreTheNHS #NHSjobs
It is impossible to ignore (given my job as a cancer doctor) that Christmas is not an easy time for everyone. Cancer doesn’t care that it is Christmas. Today like many other Monday’s I prescribed chemo and immunotherapy, I broke news that a patients cancer was incurable and we lost a young lady (she was the same age as me) to colon cancer 😢
I am not trying to dampen anyone’s Christmas cheer but just trying to convey that at Christmas time we should think of others, including acknowledging that this time can be very hard for those facing cancer. .
Tonight I am squeezing my loved ones tight and looking forward to being swallowed up into the chaos of Christmas with kids. But a little part of my heart stayed at work today with those that lost a loved one, and those praying for that Christmas miracle that unfortunately modern medicine is not up to performing. Sending lots of love to all at this time of year ❤️
#thoughtsattheendofashift #oncology #medicine #doctormum #cancer #cancerdoesntdiscriminate #mymondaymusings #lovetoall #christmassadness #rememberothers #lastchristmas #exhausted #prayers #cancersucks #itsnotfair #wedoourbest #sometimesitisnotenough #wearethenhs
A podiatrist cares for the feet, ankles and lower limbs. They are an expert in the structure, function and health of these parts of the body.
This is John. John’s a Volunteer, here at Leighton Hospital, and has been for the last 5 years or so. He can be found, 2 days a week, manning the reception desk, on “meet and greet” duty. John describes his volunteer role as a “human sign post”, helping to direct visitors around the hospital, to find the right place for their appointment. But…. It’s so much more than that. Visiting a hospital can sometimes be a sad, worrying or stressful thing to do, and John sees his role as a way to help people, to cheer them up, and to take away just a little bit of their anxiety. John had retired from his role as a mechanic, but he was still very active, and was finding himself getting “cabin fever”, so his wife suggested volunteering for Mid Cheshire Hospitals as a way to keep him busy, and for him to give something back.
Volunteers at Mid Cheshire can get involved in all sorts of work. It can be a way to gain valuable work experience, to keep busy, or to give something back to your community.
If you’d like to find out more about our volunteer service, you can contact Jo Oakes on 01270 612311 or email [email protected]mcht.nhs.uk
Incredible work taking place in North Lincolnshire has been recognised at the region’s mental health trust’s annual awards ceremony in Doncaster.
Huge congratulations and thank you to our North Lincs winners and runner up! 👏👏👏 Read more: https://www.rdash.nhs.uk/53135/celebrating-success-at-annual-staff-awards/
#northlincolnshire #scunthorpe #mentalhealth #wearethenhs #nlincsisgreat
This is Tom. Before he joined Mid Cheshire Hospitals, Tom worked as a sound engineer for a private company, but he was worried that their future wasn’t stable… He didn’t want to find himself out of work, so, when Mid Chehsire Hospitals advertised for a Maintenance Assistant to join our Estates team, he jumped at the chance of a secure job, with good future prospects. As a Maintenance Assistant, Tom gets involved in many varied tasks, he’s “hands-on”, working with tools, boiler checking, generator testing, and carrying out general repairs. Keeping a hospital running smoothly means that there is always something to fix!
According to Tom, the best bit of the Maintenance Assistant role is how much you get to learn from working alongside our experienced team of technicians, (our “old-hands” 😉). Oh, and the fact that you receive shift allowances and enhancements, so it’s not just the basic salary💰💰…
Tom’s just been appointed to an Apprentice Electrician. He’s completing an Electrical Technician apprenticeship, earning both a salary, and a nationally recognised qualification, while working with the Trust, so Tom’s future is looking bright!
If you are practical, sensible, committed, willing to learn and are looking for a similar career to Tom, we have a vacancy for a Maintenance Assistant…
Copy and paste the link to find out more and apply
#NHSJobs #NHS70 #wearetheNHS #weareMidcheshirehospitals #leightonhospital #Maintenanceassistant #handsonjobs #careersinconstruction #electricaltechnician #apprenticeship #notjustnurses #Midcheshirehospitals
Patient Advice and Liaison Officer (PALS) via the Bank.⠀
Do you have excellent interpersonal, mediation and negotiation skills with emphasis on tact and diplomacy If so, this could be the perfect role for you!⠀
To apply now, click on the NHSJobs link in our Bio. Select ‘Administrative Services’ the role is titled ‘Bank Patient Advice and Liaison Officer (PALS)’. ⠀
Joining our Trust Bank enables you to fit your job around your lifestyle and commitments. Click on the link now, to join our PALS Team and to be a part of our Bank Community 🤗⠀
Closing Date: Thursday 29th November 2018.⠀
#wearethenhs #nhsrecruitment #nhscareers #nhsjobs #administration #jointhebanknow #flexibleworking #nonhealthcareers #PALS #patientadvice #negotiation #interpersonalskills