To be a WHH Nurse or Midwife really is something amazing. If you are caring, compassionate and have a commitment to strong person centred care, we are confident we will find a role that suits you.
WHH prides itself on the development of its staff and we are committed to supporting the WHH Nurse or Midwife to be the best they can be. Our Nursing and Midwifery strategy aims to empower the nursing and midwifery workforce to ensure their voice is heard in relation to our Trust vision, objectives, and values.
If you are motivated to making a difference to our patients, we host regular open days and our current career opportunities are listed below; we look forward to meeting you.
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We think there has never been a better time to consider a career in the NHS with us at Warrington and Halton Hospitals. Our focus on quality and safety means that you can contribute to an improving Trust that engages with its staff and involves them in improving our services.
WHH is committed to supporting our nursing workforce to be the best they can be. We look forward to working with you to enhance you personal professional development.
Our Nursing and Midwifery strategy aims to empower the nursing and midwifery workforce to ensure their voice is heard in relation to our Trust vision, objectives, and values.
This strategy has been developed by our own nurses, with consideration into how we can link to the National Nursing and Midwifery Strategy and to our well established Quality, People, Sustainability (QPS) framework, whilst still maintaining the unique role that our nurses, midwives and health care support staff have here at Warrington and Halton Hospitals.
Our ambition is that our Nursing and Midwifery Strategy will be owned by nurses, used by nurses and sets out a plan for nurses over the next 3 years.
Download Nursing and Midwifery strategy here.