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Division of Medicine

If variety and career progression is what you are after then the Division of Medicine is the place to be. We are looking for band 5 Registered Nurses and nursing assistants who inspire others, who work harder because they want to, not because they have to. This is your opportunity to join us on our journey as we continue to build our caring and compassionate workforce for the future.

Our in-patient service provides care for a diverse number of specialities, including Acute Respiratory, Gastro-intestinal, and Liver failure; healthcare for older adults; cystic fibrosis, short stay medicine, acute stroke services, out-patients and community rehabilitation hospital.

Patient safety and quality are of the utmost importance to us, while we ensure our patients have a positive experience of care. By joining us, you will have fantastic opportunities to develop your nursing skills as you progress in your career.

For more information about the Division of Medicine, visit our Trust page.

 

Emergency Department (ED)

Our Adult Emergency Department treats 60,000 patients a year for acute conditions. The department has a major and minor injury area, an observation unit, and a resuscitation room. We seek experienced nurses who relish the challenges of working in an inner city adult department and wish to develop their emergency skills further. In return we offer a dedicated departmental Induction followed by regular educational opportunities.

In addition to this, our division is responsible for the dynamic and busy inner city Emergency Department where we see an average of 200 patients a day, as well as elective admissions, out-patient departments  and rehabilitation at our South Bristol Community Hospital.

Assessment Units

We are continually developing our ‘front door’ services such as Ambulatory Care, GPSU and AAU to avoid hospital admissions. We have large state of the art  OPAU (Older person Assessment Unit) and AMU (Acute Medical assessment Unit) to improve patient’s pathway, meaning that we are working closer with our primary care colleagues to achieve this.

South Bristol Community Hospital

South Bristol’s health care services for patients who require further rehabilitation on wards 100 and 200. Predominantly nurse led wards, where clinical skills are developed to ensure each nurse is confident in dealing with a deteriorating patient when medical cover is not available. The hospital has a very strong multi-disciplinary working ethos.

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