Join Our Team – Ward 10
There are few careers as rewarding as nursing frail complex patients, providing an opportunity to treat multiple conditions and putting support in place to meet their complex discharge needs.
We are a friendly team who go out of our way to support each other, seeing our colleagues as an extended family.
If you join us on Ward 10 you will be joining a passionate, friendly and motivated team, committed to providing the best possible care and treatment to our patients.
The team supports and values new members of staff, striving to develop and maximise each individual’s skills and knowledge. Newly qualified Registered Nurses will be supported through the Trust preceptorship programme to support you in adapting to your new role and your transition from a student nurse into a competent Registered Nurse.
We have lots of great opportunities for experienced staff in addition to newly qualified Nurses. If you are passionate about the delivery of high quality care and want to make a difference in a demanding but highly rewarding role then you would fit in well with our team.
In House Training
- Preceptorship for all newly qualified RNs
- Dementia study days
- Transforming care using the Virginia Mason improvement tools
- The Trust Leadership Academy
- Clinical skills training with the Clinical Practice Educator Team
- Venepuncture and Cannulation training
- Leadership and management training
- Coaching and mentorship opportunities
- Observing procedures such as PEG insertions
- Access to e learning modules
- Tissue viability
- Further training to support learning beyond registration (LBR)
Trust Awards – Staff nominate colleagues for their exceptional contribution at work in our annual awards.
Chairman’s Award – Monthly recognition at our Trust Board meetings, through staff and public nominations.
NHS heroes – Regular opportunities to nominate colleagues and highlight how they make a difference.
Childcare – Information and support available to help make your childcare arrangements plus on site nurseries.
Occupational Health and NOSS – Support with health and wellbeing.
Support for carers – Information and support available if you have caring responsibilities.
Family friendly policies – Maternity, paternity and adoption policies and you can request flexible working.
Salary sacrifice – Available on childcare vouchers, cycle to work, car scheme and home computing scheme.
A healthier you – Access to exercise classes such as zumba, pilates and access to 24 hour staff gym for a small membership fee.
Regular information sessions – For staff to access covering topics such as financial awareness, mindfulness, health and wellbeing.
The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust is the main provider of acute hospital services for around half a million people in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and mid Wales.
Encompassing some of the most picturesque parts of England and Wales, the Trust’s catchment stretches from the Cambrian Mountains in the west to Newport and the fringes of the Black Country in the east.
The Princess Royal Hospital (PRH) opened in 1989. It generally serves Telford & Wrekin and eastern Shropshire as well as being the Trust’s main centre for inpatient head and neck services and hyper‐acute and acute stroke services.
The hospital provides A&E, inpatient, outpatient and day case facilities. Services include general and acute medicine, inpatient head & neck, cardiology, breast surgery, critical care, trauma & orthopaedic services, paediatric services, emergency treatment and renal dialysis.
In 2014 we began an exciting partnership with the Virginia Mason Institute in Seattle as part of our journey of improvement with our aspiration being to provide the safest and kindest care in the NHS.