Why work as a nurse at UCLH?

These are just a few of the reasons why you should join us:

Staff Experience: Our staff have rated UCLH the top acute trust to work for in England in the 2022 Staff Survey

Commitment to Excellence: UCLH has a strong reputation for high-quality patient care and is committed to maintaining high standards in healthcare. This commitment to excellence can be a source of pride for the nurses who work there and is showcased in our Exemplar Accreditation programme.

Teaching and Learning Opportunities: Throughout your career at UCLH, we are committed to supporting your continuing development, career aspirations and lifelong learning. We offer a range of in-house qualifications in specialism (QIS) development programmes as well as opportunities to undertake professional education programmes and apprenticeships. UCLH is closely linked with University College London (UCL), which provides an academic environment for post-registration nurses.

Diverse and Challenging Cases: Being a major teaching hospital, UCLH deals with a wide range of complex and challenging diseases. Nurses can gain experience and expertise in a variety of specialities. UCLH runs a career transfer programme that supports staff in moving between specialties to gain wider experience.

Collaborative Teamwork: UCLH has a strong commitment to interdisciplinary teamwork, allowing nurses to work alongside other healthcare professionals, including doctors, researchers, and allied health professionals, to provide the best possible care to patients.

Career Progression: UCLH offers opportunities for career advancement, including leadership and management roles, clinical nurse specialist positions, and more.

Cutting-Edge Medicine and Research: UCLH is known for its commitment to research and innovation in healthcare. Nurses working at UCLH have the opportunity to be at the forefront of research and contribute to cutting-edge research and clinical trials.