Hospital Acute Care
Do you need Nurses for hospital acute care?
Nurses Now provides all disciplines of nursing staff to hospitals and the acute healthcare sector.
Our Nursing staff can provide 24/7 patient care for short-term procedures, significant episodes of illness, trauma-related conditions and recovery following surgical procedures.
Nurses Now provide care services daily across Medical, Surgical, Rehabilitation, ICU/CCU, Post Natal, Orthopaedic & Mental Health Wards. We are seeking qualified nursing staff to provide acute care services within these ward types:
- Working within hospitals, Nurses Now nurses perform tasks related to patient care and also educate patients and their families about how to continue care at home.
- Nurses Now Registered Nurses (RNs) also supervise licensed practical nurses and nursing aides who provide more routine care like monitoring vital signs, changing dressings and assisting patients with personal care like bathing.
If you need an acute care nurse at your hospital, service or organisation, contact us today.
Are you an Acute Care Nurse?
If you’re a qualified Nurse looking for temporary labour shift coverage in your local community, Nurses Now has placements available at acute care hospital sites that align with your availabilities. Our acute care placements range from single shifts through to multiple bookings, as well as ongoing as-needed work opportunities with well-established local hospitals.
If you’re a qualified nurse looking for employment placement roles, Nurses Now has regular contract employment at established Private Hospital Organisations and their hospitals, known as placements, for AHPRA registered staff in locations right across Australia. Placement length can range from a number of days through to months at a time. With accommodation and travel allowances provided, this is an exciting opportunity to utilise your nursing skills and help people in need whilst travelling our picturesque countryside.
The benefits of acute care placements with Nurses Now
- Large volumes of shifts available
- The flexibility to choose when and where you work weekly
- Have a career that suits your lifestyle and work/life balance
- Earn strong, competitive rates of pay
- Help improve the lives of residents
- Pursue a rewarding career
- Providing emotional, mental and physical support for acute care patients
Aged Care Nurse qualifications
All nursing staff who would like to be considered for work opportunities within the hospital acute care sector must have the following legislative requirements:
- Certificate III in Nursing with current experience and industry-related employment within the nursing industry. As well as a current First Aid Certificate.
- EN, EEN & RN nursing staff must have a current AHPRA registration
- Two industry-related references supplied
- Right to Work in Australia documentation i.e. Australian Birth Certificate, Australian Passport or Valid VISA with work rights etc
- All employees working in Acute Care sites MUST have an Australian Criminal Record Clearance, NO older than 3 years from the date of issue.
- NSW Office of the Guardians of the Children – Working With Children Check (WWCC), further information and application can be found here.