WHEN IT COMES TO CARING FOR OUR OLDER PATIENTS, ‘LOOKING AFTER’ DOESN’T JUST MEAN CLINICAL CARE. HERE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ELDERLY MEDICINE (OR ‘DME’ TO OUR FRIENDS), YOU’LL BE PART OF A CARING, EXPERIENCED AND OUTSTANDING TEAM WHICH GOES ‘ABOVE AND BEYOND’. WE THINK YOU’LL FIT RIGHT IN.

We are currently looking for nearly, newly or already qualified nurses to join our remarkable multidisciplinary team working across hospital and community service provision . You’ll be doing things a little bit like this:

 

HAVE A GANDER

THERE’S A FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING

Back in September 2016, the Trust became the first of its kind to appoint recreational roles to elderly wards within an acute hospital. We offer friendly, warm company for our older people, giving them plenty to occupy their time and improve their overall experience in hospital.

Small gestures such as a smile or a five minute chat can mean so much to people who might otherwise feel isolated or alone.
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TAKING YOU TO THE PLACES WE KNOW YOU CAN GO.

‘DME’ truly cares about you and your career. We’re constantly striving to find new ways of supporting you in your work - because we know it can only improve the quality of care. We’ll make sure that your career has ‘space to breathe’; including regular training and education to take you to places we know you can go - all in a supportive, friendly environment.

A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE, WORK AND PLAY

As the UK’s City of Culture for 2017, Hull is grabbing the headlines for all the right reasons. Chosen by Rough Guides in their Top Ten tourist visitor spots in the World, this is a city which celebrates the talented and the entertaining, the weird and the wonderful, and the exciting and diverse. With world-famous sports teams, a buzzing nightlife with thriving restaurants, bars, theatres and music festivals, Hull will welcome you with open arms.

Join us. You’ll love it. We promise