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Nursing and Midwifery at NUH

We currently have an exciting range of midwifery opportunities available and are looking for dynamic and motivated midwives to join our progressive team. We work very hard to continue to offer a work environment that nurtures talent, and this is demonstrated through the achievement of Magnet® recognition at City Hospital and Pathway To Excellence® at Nottingham Children’s Hospital. Watch our video to learn more about working within our midwifery team at Nottingham University Hospitals.


Watch our Maternity Recruitment Video below:


Our supportive team are dedicated to the delivery of effective care and will provide wide-ranging opportunities, training and clinical support. We are striving to continue our journey to develop and deliver excellence in care across all our sites and if this is something you’d like to be a part of we’d love to hear from you.

For more information on our current career opportunities visit: Vacancies in Nursing and Midwifery | trac.jobs (nuh.nhs.uk)


Meet our Chief Nurse, Michelle Rhodes


Photo of Chief Nurse Michelle Rhodes

Whether you are a current member of staff or thinking of joining us, I'm sure you will find a range of exciting opportunities in one of our many specialities.   

We work hard to support and continue to attract the very best candidates and offer a work environment that nurtures talent, this is demonstrated through achievement of Magnet® recognition at City Hospital and Pathway To Excellence® at Nottingham Childrens Hospital in 2020, and our journey to develop and deliver excellence in care continues across all our sites. To find out more a please click here to be taken to the Nursing and Midwifery webpages.

You can find out more about our longer-term plans in our Nursing and Midwifery Strategic Plan 2022-2025.

I hope you find all the information you need about life at NUH on this website, and that you choose to start or further your nursing and midwifery career with some of the best support available from colleagues who are committed to helping you succeed.


Michelle Rhodes

Chief Nurse


You can contact Michelle on Twitter: @MelvinWar2004