Our Cardiology nurses undertake radiographs, ECG, place Holter Monitors, assist with CT and carry out blood pressure clinics which helps create a bond with our patients and their owners. They perform a hands on role offering a varied caseload which allows them to utilise their skills.
Our Theatre nurses continually develop their anaesthesia and theatre skills, working alongside specialists as well as primary care. They are supported by a close knit team of nurses and a diplomate-led anaesthesia team. Full training is given to them as well as the opportunity to undertake further qualifications.
Medicine nurses work alongside specialist clinicians and are involved in a variety of procedures including chemotherapy, radioiodine, diagnostic imaging and inpatient care. This role is extremely rewarding for them both from a clinical aspect alongside the opportunity to bond with patients & their owners.
Our Imaging Nurses perform a very ‘hands on’ role and and are provided with a real opportunity to develop their skills. They liaise with colleagues from all the disciplines and help schedule the day for all radiographs, MRI’s, CT’s and ultrasounds.
Inpatient Care Nurses care for both primary and referral patients from simple to complex cases. The role is extremely rewarding and our nurses utilise a variety of skills & methods including care and placement of feeding tubes, chest drain management & airway management.
Opthalmology/Prep Nurses have the opportunity to specialise whilst retaining a more general role. Prep is the hub of the hospital so they are involved with prepping patients for procedures, imaging, dental procedures, surgical cases and inpatient care working alongside all of the disciplines. The Ophthalmology part of the role will allows them to work alongside the specialists providing excellent patient and client care. It involves preparing patient plans, assisting in consults, MRI, assisting with various intraocular surgeries, inpatient care & organisation of the clinicians day.