Opportunity to join Neonatal services ay UHCW NHS Trust, Coventry.
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) is one of the newest and busiest NHS teaching Trusts in the country caring for over 1,000,000 people across Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond
‘Our mission is to CARE, ACHIEVE and INNOVATE’
CARE we strive to deliver the best care for our patients by improving quality of care, safety and patient experience throughout the Trust.
ACHIEVE we seek to achieve excellence in education and training by supporting and inspiring the current and future workforce through our positive culture of achievement, education, training and development.
We uphold that a first class workforce is essential to create and maintain UHCW as a first class health care provider.
We provide excellent learning and development opportunities for all staff, so everyone can achieve their full potential.
We endeavor to endorse a working environment that promotes communication, equality and diversity.
INNOVATE we strive to lead in improving and innovating patient care driven by clinical leadership, championing research and collaborating with our partners and stakeholders.
UHCW’S Level III Neonatal Unit provides a wide range of services to sick newborn babies and forms part of the South West Midlands Newborn Network. The unit provides family centered care to a range of babies from those born extremely prematurely around 23 weeks gestation to term babies who are sick at birth. We offer therapies such as Nitric Oxide, Cooling and ROP laser surgery using state of the art, new equipment.
UHCW neonatal unit looks after up to 8 Intensive care cots, 9 High dependency cots, 14 Special care cots and 6 Transitional care cots. The unit is UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative accredited and was recently rated as good in the 2018 CQC inspection of UHCW.
The unit has an excellent reputation for high quality healthcare and outstanding career development. We support extended roles such as Transport nurses, Neonatal educational practitioners, Advanced neonatal nurse practitioners, Developmental care nurse & Infant feeding nurse roles. We also encourage development onto Mentoring and Management courses to help you progress to your career. Our team of nurses helps support parent resuscitation training, Sibling support sessions as well as monthly parent coffee mornings and yearly ‘Graduate’ parties. We are proud to have a team of UHCW change makers on the unit who are given time to drive communications between staff and higher management as well as promoting a social, nurturing environment for staff.
Due to investment in our service and internal promotions, the units nursing establishment has been increased. We re looking for motivated, innovative, dynamic and friendly band 5 Registered Nurses to join our expert team of clinical staff. We work either Long days or short shifts depending on your preference, a mixture of day and night shifts including Bank Holidays. You should be keen to be part of a forward looking team that is not afraid of change to progress and improve the family’s journey in neonates.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our enthusiastic multidisciplinary team and progress your career in Neonates, we provide you with the opportunity to undertake the Qualification in specialty course with supervision and support
For further details / informal visits contact:
We welcome informal visits or discussion to explore what we can offer you. To request an appointment please contact Sue Aucutt, Katie Adams, Andrea Davies or Rose Blake on /
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