Sunshine and Footscray Emergency are seeking passionate Registered Nurses with experience or a postgraduate qualifications in Critical Care or Emergency. Options exist for candidates to work in a part time, full time or casual capacity.
Apply here for Registered Nurse - Sunshine Emergency Department
Apply here for Registered Nurse - Footscray Emergency Department
Sunshine Hospital's Emergency Department currently treats 65,000 patients annually and a $34.9 million dollar redevelopment is approaching completion.
Growth - Western Health is a place where there is a great deal of growth in our communities and this is reflected in expansion and growth in career opportunities. We place a great deal of importance on clinical coaching and educational opportunities and our training is delivered by highly skilled practitioners.
Variety - We care for a complex patient cohort and every day we see a great range of presentations form right across the spectrum of illness, injury, disease and mental illness. Due to rapid patient turnover, our emergency nurses' work across several medical disciplines and gain valuable professional experience and knowledge in several different areas of the nursing field, from geriatrics to paediatrics and everything in-between.
Safety - Western Health has led the way in keeping emergency nurses safe during the pandemic. Our implementation of PPE and face shields, have contributed to protecting our staff.
Wellbeing - Our nurses are benefiting from a broad range of wellbeing and wellness strategies to ensure they are supported, heard, and have access to care packages, wellness hubs, safe spaces and mental health wellbeing programs.
Autonomy - In our emergency department, our nurses have to think quickly in the face of a fast-paced challenging environment and must have the capacity to make critical decisions, often in difficult circumstances.
Teamwork - We are proud of the excellent collaboration between the multidisciplinary team at all levels and this enables us to provide the best care for our patients.