Registered Nurses wanted for Bucxkinghamshire's Cancer and Haemotology Units!
I am currently working with Buckinghamshire Healthcare who are looking for registered nurses to work in their Cancer and Haemotology Service at Stoke Mandaville Hospital.
Nurses can either be experienced in this area or training can be provided but a NMC PIN number is essential.
The cancer care and haematology service provides comprehensive specialist, high-quality individualised care to patients with cancer, haematological (blood) cancers and disorders.
They investigate, treat and provide on-going support to patients with solid cancers (eg breast, bowel, prostate, and lung); haematological cancers (leukaemias, lymphomas, and myeloma) and haematological disorders (anaemia, sickle cell disease, thalassaemia, bleeding and clotting disorders).
They also provide patient treatment (including chemotherapy) within the day care and outpatient facilities at Stoke Mandeville.
For patients who require inpatient treatment, there is a combined ward at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, which can provide highly specialised care including autologous bone marrow transplantation. An anticoagulant service is available at Stoke Mandeville and Wycombe hospitals.
Patients are cared for by multidisciplinary teams of specialist doctors, nurses and dietitians.
The service is part of the Thames Valley Cancer Network and works in collaboration with colleagues from other hospitals, to discuss and plan patients' treatment.
If you are interested in this role please send an updated CV to Suzanne [Click Here to Email Your Resumé] or call 01200 438 004.