NHS Nightingale Hospital needs your valued services

Are you available to help our NHS in this unprecedented time of need?

 

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As you may be aware, new hospitals are now being constructed in response to the demand our NHS is facing as the COVID-19 situation continues to develop.

 

A&E Agency are working closely with the NHS to assist with staffing these emergency response hospitals across the country - first and foremost, NHS Nightingale, LondonAs preparations gather pace for ExCel centre to hold 4,000 critical care beds, we're seeking availability from our valued doctors over the coming weeks and months, in order to help provide vital support where it will be needed most. 

 

Requirements and considerations:

 

  • Current GMC registration 
  • Any grade and specialty is being considered – Dedicated ICU training and induction will be provided to our available doctors, regardless of your speciality
  • Day and night shifts available
  • Shifts up to a maximum of 12 hours
  • Full accommodation provided for those travelling, as well as doctors who may want to isolate from family members whilst working
  • Remunerated on an hourly basis

 

If you are interested in finding out more information about opportunities with NHS Nightingale, London or any other hospitals that may follow in different locations across the UK, please click the below link:

 

Click here to register your interest

 

About the Nightingale Hospital

 

The hospital, based at the ExCeL Conference Centre in East London, will initially provide up to 500 beds equipped with ventilators and oxygen. The capacity will then continue to increase, potentially up to several thousand beds, should it be required. Accommodation for doctors from further afield will be given. Finally, we understand that this is a difficult situation. Whilst we know so many of you would like to join the fight against COVID-19, we understand for some it's just not possible. It is important that you look after yourself, your dependents and your fellow nurses. Please stay safe and together we will beat this.