Looking after the needs of our patients

Inpatient

As part of our Inpatient Nursing, you’ll look after our patients across our inpatients wards for each of our four specialties. Here, we also employ a team of Health Care Assistants to form our full specialist teams.

Departments and roles

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Our Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANPs) are registered nurses educated at the master’s level who have acquired expert knowledge and advanced clinical competencies. ANPs are capable of autonomous complex decision-making, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of patients. 

Roles:

+ Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Heart & Vascular

The Heart & Vascular Institute is based on the top floor of the hospital and provides acute nursing care for unplanned admissions, elective post-operative patients following cardiothoracic and cardiovascular surgery. Nurses working in the Heart & Vascular department are supported by a multidisciplinary team to ensure the care delivered is safe and meets our rigorous standards.

Roles:

+ Nursing Director
+ Nursing Manager
+ Cardiac Clinical Nurse Specialists
+ Sister/Nurse in Charge
+ Senior Staff Nurse
+ Staff Nurse
+ Associate Nurse
+ Healthcare Assistant
+ Ward Clerk

Digestive Disease & Surgery

Nurses working on the Digestive Disease & Surgery floor are recognised for their ability to not only provide a high level of specialised post-operative care, but also to ensure the implementation and management of the patient care plan that minimises and prevents post-operative complications. Nurses are responsible with promoting optimal nutrition, lessening anxiety and providing the necessary education for patients about the disease process and treatment.

Roles:

+ Nursing Director
+ Nursing Manager
+ GI Clinical Nurse Specialists
+ Advanced Healthcare Practitioners
+ Sister/Nurse in Charge
+ Senior Staff Nurse
+ Staff Nurse
+ Associate Nurse
+ Healthcare Assistant
+ Ward Clerk

Orthopaedic, Plastic Surgery & Rheumatology

Nurses working in the orthopaedic unit have strong technical skills associated with the specialised devices designed for orthopaedic conditions and injuries, and they work together with patients to ensure their needs are met. Nurses are key to delivering timely information and education as a tool to facilitating the best possible patient experience.

Roles:

+ Nursing Director
+ Nursing Manager
+ Cardiac Clinical Nurse Specialists
+ Sister/Nurse in Charge
+ Senior Staff Nurse
+ Staff Nurse
+ Associate Nurse
+ Healthcare Assistant
+ Ward Clerk

Neuro-rehabilitation

Nurses in the Neuro-rehabilitation unit have specialised knowledge in rehabilitation along with a compassionate approach including coaching and education of the patient and their family or carers. Nurses are key to the success of achieving our goal of improving the physical, psychological, and where possible, social quality of life for all patients.

Roles:

+ Nursing Director
+ Nursing Manager
+ Cardiac Clinical Nurse Specialists
+ Sister/Nurse in Charge
+ Senior Staff Nurse
+ Staff Nurse
+ Associate Nurse
+ Healthcare Assistant
+ Ward Clerk

Physician Associates

Our Physician Associates are medically trained, generalist healthcare professionals, who work alongside our doctors and provide medical care as an integral part of a multidisciplinary team.

Roles:

+ Physician Associate

Learning & development

Helping our Caregivers grow 

With a national shortage for Caregivers in specific roles,  from nurses and HR specialists to IT professionals — we’re constantly working to refine our strategies and develop new pipelines to find the top specialists in their field. At Cleveland Clinic London, we’re committed to helping you grow in your career, and we’ll provide you with the right tools to develop new skills and help you set short and long-term goals.

At the forefront of healthcare

Whether it’s enrolling on a leadership course, or being one of the first in the country to use new medical technology, when you join us, you can be sure that your knowledge will advance with industry innovations.

Tailored career development

We invest in continuous learning and development programmes. We blend traditional classroom teaching, with a variety of methods such as on-the-job training, online learning and simulations.

A learning culture

We have a learning culture of curiosity, ownership, openness and collaboration, and we’re committed to providing learning and development opportunities for Caregivers at all levels.

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