We serve a population of approximately 250,000, and employ over 4,000 staff. The Trust's sites provide a range of clinical services both within the hospital and in the local community.
As a member of our Trust family, we can provide access to fantastic training and development opportunities, rotational posts, flexible working and a supportive, close-knit team to be a part of.
Whether you are in your first post following qualification, or you are an experienced practitioner joining our team, we want to make sure that our Trust is a place where you will thrive, learn and develop.
On joining us, you wll be provided with a full induction to the organisation, as well as an induction specific to your area of work.
As part of your preceptorship programme you will receive:
Tameside and Glossop's Urgent Care facility was created to support our busy Emergency Care department. The department cares for patients with a wide range of conditions, and the team works closely with other teams including A&E, Surgery and X-Ray.
Our Adult Medicine department is far-reaching, giving our nursing staff the opportunity to experience a range of conditions and specialties. From Neurology to the Intensive Care Unit, Dermatology to Cardiology, and many more in between, it's the perfect place to work if you want a varied and challenging caseload.
The Stamford Unit is within the Tameside hospital site. It offers single room en-suite accommodation with good public transport links, parking facilities and is easily accessible for patients and relatives.
It is the Tameside and Glossop community bed base offering rehabilitation in preparation for discharge out into the community. It receives its referrals predominantly from the Acute Trust and is currently undergoing an exciting transformation project.
This involves developing one floor into a therapy led floor which has a multi-disciplinary team approach and in-reach from other specialities within the integrated organisation. Another floor is being developed into an admissions unit with palliative care beds.
Our focus is to:
The whole programme can take three to twelve months to complete. The university you choose will be able to provide further information.
Throughout the programme you will develop a portfolio that demonstrates your skils. The portfolio will be sent to the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) to record the completion of your return to practice programme and your re-registration.
If you want to find out more why not come and talk to us?
If you would like to work in other clinical areas i.e. A&E please contact us and we will forward your details on to the relevant department.