Children's ED Matron
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
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William Harvey Hospital - Paediatric ED Matron
Speciality: Emergency Medicine
Our Emergency Departments are recruiting now!
Our vibrant Emergency Departments at the William Harvey Hospital, Ashford, and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital, Margate, offer an exciting and supportive environment for ambitious professionals who are passionate about emergency care and want to work at the top of their game!
As a result a new and exciting opportunity has arisen for a suitably qualifiedLead Paediatric ED Nurseto join our team! Working across our acute sites you will have the opportunity to be a part of a successful team of professionals that are passionate about'making a difference'every day.
Main duties of the job
We firmly believe that developing our staff is key to success; we have a dynamic and progressive training and development ethos, providing excellent opportunities to enhance your knowledge and competencies,nurturing your personal and professional development by encouraging and supporting you to reach your full potential!
We are proud that our dedicated and passionate employees from across East Kent Hospitals are featured in the biggest NHS recruitment drive in its 70 year history!
We are a leading Trust for use of technology. We are introducing electronic bed management and benefit from real-time reporting of up-to-date information for every patient, plus point of care testing. The Trust has 24/7 access to CT and stroke thrombolysis, and benefits from interventional radiology services in our sister hospital at Canterbury. William Harvey Hospital is the primary PCI hospital for Kent, and has trauma unit status. We are part of the top-performing South East London, Kent and Medway Trauma Network, with the local major trauma centre being King's College Hospital. We are just about to start a rebuild project to enhance our Emergency
Our mission is to provide'Great healthcare from great people', and our Trust Values form the foundation of the trusts organisational culture and how we deliver our services.
We are seeking applicants who embrace our Trust values and care so that:
- People feelcaredfor as individuals
- People feelsafe,reassured and involved
- People feel teamwork, trust andrespectsit at the heart of everything we do
- People feel confident we aremaking a difference.
At EKHUFT, we are not just'making a difference'locally we also run The Healthcare Ethiopia Partnership (HEP) project to support healthcare workers to reduce maternal deaths and deaths in children under five years old in the region of Tigray in northern Ethiopia. The project has been running for eleven years, and HEP members visit twice each year to deliver training programmes to people across rural areas.
We really are committed to ensuring our Trust is aGreat Place to work!
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