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The Transplant ward is a busy 14 bedded Transplant ward which deals with patients:
Undergoing assessment for Transplant
Preparation for a Transplant operation
Acute post op Transplant care and recovery
Re admission with post Transplant complications
The Transplant ward in oxford is part of one of the largest centres in Europe? Oxford carries out Kidney, Pancreas, Kidney and Pancreas, Intestinal, Abdominal wall and Islet cell Transplants. We are one of only two centres in the UK carrying out Intestinal transplants and one of eight for Pancreas and we care for patients from all over the UK.
The ward is primarily a fast paced acute surgical ward with extensive learning opportunities.
As a Deputy Sister/Deputy Charge Nurse you will also be able to learn transplant coordinator skills to assess transplant offers on oncall night shifts.
We are looking for motivated and caring nurses that thrive to work as a part of the team to provide high quality patient care. There is extensive in house training with a local professional development nurse and links to Brookes University to continue studies. We provide support to all staff members to support your development and orientation to the unit.
Closing Date: 18th September 2020
Panned Interview Date: to be confirmed
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