Nottingham University Hospitals is one of the country’s leading teaching hospitals, employing more than 4000 registered nurses and midwives. You can choose to work in a range of specialties with an international reputation such as stroke, renal, neurosciences and cancer as well as the region’s major trauma centre.
The Trust’s wide range of specialties, clinical wards and departments offers a variety of insights and experiences of nursing and healthcare.
We support people in hospital and the community when they are at their most vulnerable. The way we care makes a difference to patients, their families and carers’ lives every day.
We aim to be a centre for nursing and midwifery excellence, recognised both nationally and internationally for our practice, education and research. We will provide compassionate, safe and thoughtful care and ensure we achieve the Chief Nursing Officer’s national vision for nursing, including the ‘6Cs’ fundamental values:
Find out more about the vision for the future of nursing and midwifery at NUH in our three-year nursing and midwifery strategy for 2014-2017, ‘Be proud of your nurses and midwives’. The strategy describes where we will focus our energy and attention to further improve patient care and covers how we will support and empower you to be the best you can be.