As the UK’s leading heart and lung hospital, we are seeing an increased demand for our services. In cardiology, we are opening a new ward area and have a number of vacancies for Band 5 and Band 6 nurses.
If you’re a newly qualified or experienced nurse with an interest in cardiology a passion for delivering excellent, innovative care, now could be a great time to join us.
Why join Royal Papworth Hospital?
As a cardiology nurse at Royal Papworth Hospital, you will be part of a friendly ward team who will support you as you settle into your new role. You’ll also have the support of our incredible education team who provide regular on-site training as well as opportunities to attend study days with our partners at Anglia Ruskin University.
You’ll never be bored: the dynamic nature of our work means you’ll be dealing with ever changing priorities. And you’ll be involved in truly innovative procedures: we regularly perform first-in-the UK or world-first procedures and are constantly look for new ways to improve patient care.
In addition to rewarding work and a friendly team, you’ll also be working in a great environment. Our new, purpose-built hospital is light, clean and spacious, and our cardiology wards have incredible views over the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.
What we do
Our cardiology nurses look after a wide variety of patients who have undergone diagnostic and interventional cardiology procedures. We care for patients with complex cardiology needs including those who need coronary care. As a cardiology nurse at Royal Papworth Hospital, you would care for a variety of patients, from those coming in for a planned procedure to those who have been brought in by ambulance after suffering a heart attack.
Is it right for me?
If you have experience of working on a cardiology ward, that’s great, but it’s not necessary. As long as you’re a qualified nurse, have an interest in cardiology and are passionate about excellent care and innovation, we’d like to hear from you.
Find out more
If you have any questions about our cardiology nursing roles, please feel free to get in touch with our recruitment nurse, Linda Lewis – they will be happy to help.
Already convinced? Feel free to start your application now.