London – The Harley Street Clinic
Location: Harley Street Clinic - London
Hours: 37.5hrs pw (long days/nights/weekends)
Salary: £35,174-£39,082 Inclusive of 9% shift allowance & dependent on skills & experience + Benefits (pension, health cover, flexible benefits and excellent career development)
Brilliant opportunity for a staff Nurse to join the Oncology team based @ The Harley Street Clinic
As a Staff Nurse, you will be responsible for working in a supporting experienced nursing team to assess, plan, deliver and evaluate high standards of specialist care to ensure that patients are cared for in a safe, caring and comfortable environment. This will include meeting their medical, physical and emotional needs by effectively communicating with the patient and their families.
We understand that cancer care is a challenging field and our friendly team work closely together to adopt a supportive culture. As part of HCA Healthcare our team are offered emotional support and career development.
Skills & Experience
- Registered General Nurse with valid NMC pin
- NHS or Private ward experience
- Oncology/cancer care experience
- Passionate about patient care, respectful, responsible and committed
- Haematology experience is desirable.
HCA Healthcare UK – The World’s largest private healthcare group; providing award winning primary, acute and complex care.
At The Harley Street Clinic, we provide a range of complex care services for adults, specialising in oncology, cardiology/cardiaothoracic surgery, major complex surgery and neurosurgery. From pioneering techniques to treat cancer, our clinicians work together to provide the best possible care and treatments for our patients. Our staff always go the extra mile in caring for our patients which can be demonstrated by our recent outstanding rating, awarded by the CQC.
We were recently awarded “Best Private Hospital Group” at the 2020 Health Investor Awards.
We continually invest in medical technology, and were the first centre in the UK to perform radiotherapy using the innovative Cyberknife technique, allowing surgeons to treat tumours that were previously deemed inoperable.
If you wish to find out more about this opportunity, please apply for this role and a member of the team will be in contact shortly.