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30+ days ago

Community Nurse Childrens Palliative Care Hampton Band 6

UK National Health Service Hampton, VA

Our enhanced remuneration package is above NHS rates and our annual leave entitlement is comparable to the NHS. You can also continue… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Hospice Nurses Hampton Band 5

UK National Health Service Hampton, VA

You will have or be working towards a mentorship qualification and a clinical supervision course.As well as using your diverse skillset to ensure… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Hospice Nurses Hampton Band 6

UK National Health Service Hampton, VA

Our enhanced remuneration package is above NHS rates and our annual leave entitlement is comparable to the NHS. You can also… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Community Nurse Childrens Palliative Care Hampton Band 5

UK National Health Service Hampton, VA

You will have or be working towards a mentorship qualification and a clinical supervision course.As well as using your diverse skillset to ensure… 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)
    Former Employee - Health Care Assistant in Southport, England (UK)

    I worked at UK National Health Service full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    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

    Cons

    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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