South Coast Private Hospital, Wollongong

Internal applications – email March intake 12-month program Rotation in mental health specialty – rotations in all areas of mental health Provides a comprehensive orientation to the Group and relevant site Flexible work hours to ensure a healthy work-life balance Career progression Ongoing training and development Open management style – access to key decision makers […]

Lingard Private Hospital, Newcastle

11-month program Rotations in Surgical/Medical Rotations – A 48-week program ideally suited to those wishing to gain a grounding in Day Surgery, Medical and/or Surgical nursing. Critical Care Rotations – This 48week program is designed for those wishing to obtain an introduction to Critical Care Nursing. The program is suitable for New Graduate Registered Nurses […]

Maitland Hospital

Internal applicants – email 12-month program Part-time and fulltime positions available February intake 3 x 4-month rotations Rotations include perioperative stream – operating theatres and day surgery unit. Medical stream: mental health, medical ward, surgical unit, day oncology unit. Rehabilitation stream: mental health and Day rehabilitation programs, rehabilitation unit.   Contact Rhonda FarthingGeneral programsEmail: rh*************@he*********.au […]

Hurstville Private Hospital

Internal application – email 12-month program Perioperative stream March intake 2 x 6-month rotations in scrub/scout and anaesthetics or 4-month rotations in scrub/scout, anaesthetics and PACU Contact Racha BaddahHospital Educator, Hurstville Private HospitalPh: 9579 7795Email: ra**********@he*********.au Retrieved from:

Healthe Care

Healthe Care operates 37 hospital sites across Australia and New Zealand and offers a range of supporting services including community nursing Below are some of the NSW Healthe Care hospitals that run New Graduate programs Hurstville Private Hospital Maitland Hospital Lingard Private Hospital, Newcastle South Coast Private Hospital, Wollongong

600 nurses stood down after elective surgery misfire, more to follow

The NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) has heard more than 600 private hospital nurses have been stood down over the past 24 hours, and hundreds more could follow, all casualties of the Federal Government’s bungled announcement regarding non-urgent elective surgery. Nurses employed by Healthe Care, the third largest private hospital operator in the state, […]

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