Hampshire, Feb 1: The NHS is the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS), a ‘free at the point of delivery’ health service available to all British Citizens and visitors with a right to enter the UK. Established in 1948, the NHS is the largest employer in the UK and provides a wealth of services both in the community and in hospitals to people of all ages.
The Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust serves a population of approximately 600,000 people across the county of Hampshire (in Southern England) and parts of west Berkshire. It has three separate sites in Andover, Basingstoke and Winchester and employees around 8,600 staff.
Andover War Memorial Hospital provides mainly rehabilitation, Day Surgery and End of Life care and support, whilst Basingstoke and Winchester offer similar services including an Emergency Department, general and specialist medicine and surgery, trauma and orthopedics, cardiology, stroke and critical care services, neonates and pediatrics, and care of the elderly to name a few.
Relocation: The Hampshire Hospitals offers a generous relocation package including: flight, visa, reimbursement of IELTS/OET, CBT (one attempt at both), NMC application and registration fees, one attempt at OSCE and two months’ accommodation.
Requirements: Looking for nurses with a minimum of 2 years’ acute hospital experience and an IELTS/OET as a minimum.
Required scores for IELTS are a minimum of 7.0 in reading, speaking and listening and 6.5 in writing.
OET scores are a B or above in reading, speaking and listening and C+ or higher in writing. It is desirable to have passed the NMC’s Test of Competence Part 1 (CBT).
Applicants will be shortlisted for interview with appropriate experience and CBT (Post 1 August 2021) or CBT test has been arranged.
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