Great nursing roles – world-leading rehabilitation services and Senior Health teams in the special surroundings of Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton

Nursing Recruitment Open Day
Saturday 9 February 2019 – 9am-3pm     

Discover unique nursing roles in helping people recover from life-changing injury and illnesses at Queen Mary’s Hospital (QMH).

Roles available within Inpatients and Outpatients include:

  • Band 5 Staff Nurses including Newly-Qualified Nurses – starting salary £27,628
  • Band 6 Nurses
  • Healthcare Assistants (HCAs) – Band 2

Apply now for HCA roles at Queen Mary’s.

With modern facilities, great public transport links and a tranquil setting in Roehampton, it’s a special place offering special care. We rehabilitate patients towards as much independence as possible using leading edge techniques and equipment in true multi-disciplinary teams.

We need nurses to play a leading role in our specialist wards and services.

You’ll benefit from outstanding training and support, career development opportunities including special Band 5 NQN and Band 5-7 Pathways, and uniquely rewarding experiences.

Please visit us on Saturday 9 February to meet the team and find out more about our hospital. You can apply now and be interviewed on the day – and if you’re successful you will receive a job offer in writing on the day!

World famous physical and neuro rehabilitation
QMH has been internationally-renowned for nearly a century for our work including amputee rehabilitation and prosthetics services. We host a prosthetic factory on site and the Douglas Bader Rehabilitation Centre provides a multi-disciplinary service for amputees across south west London and southern England.

Our Neurosciences team provides a tertiary service to more than three million people and includes some of the country’s leading surgeons. You will help patients recover, and improve their quality of life, following stroke, brain surgery and other conditions, as a vital part of our multi-disciplinary Wolfson Neurorehabilitation Centre inpatient team.

Rehabilitation wards
The 36 bed Gwynne Holford ward is made up of ten specialist Amputee rehabilitation beds and 26 neurorehabilitation beds

We host specialist services including an Orthotic Clinic, Spasticity Management, Gait Analysis and Functional Electrical Stimulation and Musculoskeletal Interface Clinics. Our highly equipped gymnasium is designed for able bodied and disabled patients.

Leading edge care for older people
If you’re passionate about helping older people recover, improve their quality of life and retain as much independence as possible, QMH is the ideal environment as part of our Senior Health teams.

Nurses play a leading role – often in multi-disciplinary teams, and working in particular with physiotherapists and both specialist consultants and senior health physicians – in enabling rehabilitation and recovery from surgery and illness.

Specialist Senior Health inpatient services
You will help transform older people’s lives working with Senior Health specialty colleagues on the 42-bed Mary Seacole ward which hosts our Inpatient Elderly Rehabilitation Service. 

Our Brysson White rehabilitation unit provides a specialist Senior Health outpatient service, with wide-ranging facilities including therapy centre and recreated home surroundings.

Wide-ranging Outpatient services – broaden your experience at QMH
We host more than 100,000 outpatient appointments on site each year, in a wide range of specialist clinics, reflecting the huge range of specialties offered by St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

We are looking for nurses and HCAs to join the Outpatients team.

Outpatient services provided include: Cardiology, Day Case Surgery, ENT, Gastroenterology, Pain Management, Gynaecology, Assisted Conception, Endocrinology, Haematology, Neurology, Paediatrics, Muscular Skeletal and Respiratory

Nurses also have the chance to work in specialist clinical roles, with nurse-led outpatient clinics at QMH including Rheumatology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Hepatitis, Gastroenterology and Urology.

Our HCAs play a vital role, and many have gained valuable experience before going on to start nursing degrees.

The hospital also hosts a busy, seven-day specialist emergency nurse-led Minor Injuries Unit for local patients requiring immediate care, but not attendance at the Tooting A&E department.

Register to attend and apply now!