St Ann’s has launched a recruitment drive for nurses at its hospice sites in Little Hulton and Heald Green this week, and is urging local nurses who are keen for a new challenge to get in touch.
The nursing team at St Ann’s plays an important role in the provision of the world-class specialist care the hospice provides to thousands of local patients every year.
The hospice has three sites in Greater Manchester – in Heald Green, Little Hulton and at the Neil Cliffe Centre in Wythenshawe Hospital – as well as providing support for patients via a range of community and outreach services. Teams support patients with a wide range of life-limiting illnesses, both at the end of life, and also at other times, from diagnosis, through treatment and beyond.
Rachel McMillan, St Ann’s Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Clinical Services, said:
“As a registered nurse, I know how important it is that the hospice always aims to care for the whole patient, meeting their unique physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs to help them maintain their dignity. We understand everyone is an individual, and that’s something that is extremely important to us – and feedback from our patients and their loved ones tells us it’s incredibly important to our patients too.
“It’s an exciting time at St Ann’s, as we approach our fiftieth anniversary in 2021, and we’d urge any nurses keen for a new challenge to get in touch.”
To find out more, or apply to work at St Ann’s please visit www.sah.org.uk/jobs