Nursing Teams

Whilst the unique design of the building supports us in the moving away from the traditional models of hospital services we acknowledge that we will continue to observe the high standards of care set for provides of independent hospital services this includes the provision of 24/7 nursing care.

We intend that all of our staff who we regard as one of our most important assets are valued and recognized for their own specialism.

Registered nurses form an integral part of our team and will be supported by support staff who will be trained to support the delivery of key aspects of nursing care.

Our Mission Statement:

Through our unique delivery of a social and clinical partnership model, we will actively support individuals to develop a range of life skills and functional strategies. These will allow individuals to live the life they want to live now and in the future.

We recognise and endorse the philosophy that a hospital is not a home, but a place for extra support, during a critical time in a person’s lifetime. The emphasis of our work from point of referral will always focus on discharge preparation.

Our nursing teams are graded into three distinct positions.

  1. Registered nurses
    To hold a nurse qualification, an up to date registration with the NMC and ideally be experienced in supporting people with learning disability and/or asc within a hospital and/or social care setting.
  2. Senior Support Worker
    Are expected to have more experience of supporting people with learning disability and/or asc and to have or be working towards a relevant care qualification and have experience of working within hospital settings.
  3. Support Worker
    Are expected to have some experience of supporting vulnerable adults within a hospital and/or care setting or have transferable stalls and be willing and able to support vulnerable adults.