The Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust sits in the middle of one of the most diverse locations in the world. To this end we are committed to and champion equality and diversity in all aspects of our employment practice and service delivery.
All employees are expected to understand and respect this commitment and work with us to promote equality and diversity in the course of their work.
We have Band 5 posts available for newly qualified and experienced nurses in ITU.
To apply simply email your CV & Cover Letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will arrange a Skype interview.
The hospital we see today in Homerton Row, London, E9 opened its doors on Sunday 5 July 1986, exactly 38 years after the establishment of the NHS.
Construction began on the new Homerton Hospital in 1982. By this time, no new hospital had been built in Hackney for over 70 years but the new hospital brought together general hospital services from across Hackney. It was officially opened by the Princess Royal in March 1987, and remains today as the hospital for Hackney.
At the Hospital - Critical Care
The critical outreach service supports acutely ill adults, those recovering from critical illness and those at risk of physiological deterioration, their families and caring teams throughout the hospital.
Our Aim in Crital Care: