Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust – Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital
An exciting opportunity has arisen within our senior nursing team for a dynamic
Matron to lead the Level 3 Neonatal Unit at Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital
(QCCH), London. The role will involve operational and strategic management of the neonatal
service, in addition to leading an experienced and skilled nursing team.
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust is an Academic Health Science Centre
(AHSC) and one of the largest acute trusts in the country. The Imperial Neonatal
Service is the largest NICU service in the regional network with two neonatal
units: the Winnicott Baby Unit, a 22-bed Level 2 unit at St Mary’s Hospital, and
the 24-bed Level 3 unit at QCCH.
The QCCH neonatal department is a busy tertiary referral centre providing
neonatal intensive care that: is a centre for therapeutic hypothermia for neonates;
collaborates closely with the fetal medicine team; receives referrals from across
the UK; has recently launched an Integrated Family-Centred Care project, led by a
project nurse on each site; and benefits from a practice development team of
educators, a risk/audit nurse and two community neonatal nurses who work
across the QCCH and St Mary’s Hospital sites and is renowned for the QCCH Milk
Bank – the oldest milk bank service in the world, which continues to successfully
provide donor milk internally and across the country.
If you are an expert Neonatal Nurse with proven leadership and management
skills, this role could be for you. We are looking for someone who can network
effectively both regionally (north west London) and nationally to support our
team in developing advanced clinical roles within neonatal critical care nursing.
Funding opportunities available for your MSc and additional leadership training.
Closing Date: 18/10/2017
For further information or to arrange an informal visit contact
Fiona Stubbs, Senior Nurse, email@example.com or tel: 07342 079544 or visit the website below.
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