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13 days ago

Specialty Doctor in Critical Care

UK National Health Service Romford, England

General Critical Care Unit at Queens Hospital - 12 ITU (Level 3) beds and 8 HDU (Level 2) beds. Unit has a mix of both… Glassdoor

21 days ago

Specialty Doctor Radiology

UK National Health Service Colchester, England

radiotherapy centre. Applications are invited for two new posts of Specialty Doctor in Radiology at Colchester… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Specialty Doctor In Ophthalmology

UK National Health Service Colchester, England

radiotherapy centre. Specialty Doctor/ Specialty Registrar 3 & Above… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Specialty Doctor in Psychiatry

UK National Health Service Enfield, England

Please note - Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health Trust will only accept on-line application forms. SPECIALTY GRADE PSYCHIATRIST ADOLESCENT… Glassdoor

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    Brilliant learning experience, although under a lot of pressure

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    Former Employee - Health Care Assistant in Southport, England (UK)

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    The team at the ward I worked on was lovely, everyone was very helpful and supportive. I couldn't have asked for more welcoming colleagues.
    Great learning opportunities
    Very rewarding and enjoyable job


    Not enough staff- in the present economic climate the NHS is simply underfunded and lacks staff
    High pressure- again due to staff levels
    Unsocial hours- required to work early, late, night shifts and weekend shifts, but that is to be expected when working in a hospital as it is 24/7 care

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    More funding needed in the NHS at the moment, more staff are needed urgently

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