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An opportunity has arisen to join Pendennis Ward, a 23 bedded gastrointestinal surgical ward at the Royal Cornwall Hospital.
The applicant must have excellent communication skills and a willingness to learn. The applicant would work as a trained member of the team ensuring a high standard of care was delivered to patients being admitted to Pendennis Ward. You will learn numerous skills whilst working on the ward, managing the care of the acute surgical patients.
You will gain experience with complex wounds, explore different avenues of administering nutrition, manage different methods of pain control and work alongside a wide range of specialist nurses to deliver optimum care.
We have great feedback from preceptees as we offer a well-supported environment to learn the role of a staff nurse
For further details / informal visits contact:
Louise Ranford Ward Sister, Leanne Stidwell or Rachel Armitage Senior Staff nurses on [Click here to apply]
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