ICUs are a critical part of patient care
Intensive care nurses (also known as critical care nurses) help take care of patients in intensive care units (ICUs). These patients have life threatening injuries or illnesses and require constant care, in addition to specialist equipment and medication. Candidates who are interested in working in this area should look our guidelines below before applying:
There are specialised ICU units across hospital departments, including:
Specialised ICUs require additional training and experience. Working in an ICU can be a good opportunity to specialise in an area of interest.
Intensive care unit patients need specialised and very skilled nurses. The can often have complex needs and often suffer from cardiac difficulties, and organ failures. To handle these complex cases, there is an increasing demand for nursing jobs in the ICU speciality. If you looking for an exciting and challenging job in an ICU department, Nursing Personnel offers opportunities across England.
We are an NHS framework-approved agency offering the best and highest pay rates available for nurses. Our high-calibre team of placement consultants has extensive experience at placing nurses in ICU jobs for both short-term and long-term placements.
Currently, we are hiring nurses for intensive care units in hospitals across the UK. So, get in touch with our placement experts today by registering on line or calling our offices.