Bank Staff Nurse - Headley Court - Epsom

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The StaffBank for Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust are working with our partners across Surrey to open NHS Headley Court Hospital Surrey, which is a new 300 bedded community hospital based in Epsom providing non critical care to patients in the Surrey locality.

NHS Headley Court Hospital, Surrey is looking to recruit to the following nursing roles:

  • Band 2 Healthcare Assistant
  • Band 5-8a Qualified Nurses


Interested? Please email your CV and enquiries to


Please state which role you are interested in when you email.

Staff benefits include:

  • Access to health and wellbeing support
  • Training and induction
  • Staff accommodation, where required


We will be fast tracking applications for these posts, with interviews to held week commencing 20th April. Immediate start dates preferable.

The nature of COVID-19 and the environment that staff will be working in obviously does put individuals at a higher risk. All roles at NHS Headley Court Hospital, Surrey will have full support and those in non-clinical roles will always work under the supervision and guidance of senior qualified clinicians. Strict health and safety and Infection Protection will be in place. As with any hospital that cares for patients with infectious diseases, NHS Headley Court Hospital, Surrey is committed to and adheres to the strictest infection control policies and appropriate training to best protect and mitigate risk in line with NHS Health Governance standards.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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