Shape your story as a critical care nurse
We are looking for nurses to join our critical care workforce and be a part of looking after our critical care patients in east London and beyond.
We have critical care units in four of our hospitals. Each hospital has something different to offer, and all are looking for critical care nurses who are keen to develop, grow and shape their nursing career, as a part of hard-working teams. Whether you are an experienced critical care nurse, or are looking to move to critical care, we’re keen to hear from you.
Vacancies in critical care
Band 5 nurse
St Bartholomew's Hospital
St Bartholomew's Hospital, located at the heart of the City of London and with almost 900 years of history, has a reputation for providing excellent cancer and cardiac services. With no A&E department, the nurses in the critical care unit get to learn and develop their knowledge in specialist services.
The Royal London
At The Royal London, home of London’s Air Ambulance and a leading trauma and emergency care centre, the nurses at our critical care unit get to learn on the job, dealing with different cases on a daily basis.
Whipps Cross Hospital
Whipps Cross Hospital looks after the local community in the Leytonstone area, with a 24-hour A&E and urgent care centre. Whipps Cross has a strong team of critical care nurses and the state-of-the-art services of a large hospital.
Our Newham Hospital is located in the east end of London, providing essential care to the local community, with an A&E department overseeing over 500 patients a day, and a friendly and close-knit team, one you can be a big part of.
Read our stories from critical care
I qualified in 2019, and I started working on one of the cardiothoracic wards. I was redeployed to the ACCU in September 2020 for a period of three months before the second wave of the pandemic.…
I have been working at Newham intensive care for over 20 years now and I consider myself lucky and privileged to work with such a friendly unit which I call my second home.…
I qualified as a nurse over 20 years ago and have served in several different capacities during my nursing career within the NHS. Throughout my nursing career I have venture further a field to work in…
I came from a HDU background, so some aspects of ITU patient care were familiar, but a lot was new to me.…
I moved to St Bartholomew’s Hospital or ‘Barts’ nearly 3 years ago. As a student I had no placements in cardiology or cardiothoracic, but I knew I had an interest and wanted to work …