Community Hospital Nursing

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What is means to be a Community Nurse?

Community Hospital Nursing is a specialist adult nurse role, where nursing care is co-ordinated and delivered to housebound patients. This often avoids unnecessary admissions to hospital. Community nurses work independently to care for a patient in their own home and are able to respond to the needs of vulnerable adults, and ensure continuity of care following referral from acute care, rehabilitation units, GPs and other agencies.

Eligibility for Interview

To be eligible for interview, you MUST have worked as a Nurse for at least 12 months within the last 3 years. In order to be considered for interview, you will need to have a CV with detailed experience, employment history, training and qualifications. You will also need to have passed the English test (if applicable). If you have not passed, don’t worry as we will support you with this!

Skills needed for this speciality:

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Get in touch

    Please attach your CV and Passport registration:

    If you also have any of the following please attach:
    - English test
    - CBT (for NMC candidates)
    - OET score or Academic IELTs score
    - HCPC registration (for AHPs)
    - GPhC registration (for pharmacists)
    Please note these are not a requirement to apply