Registered Nurse (RMN/RNLD)
Hazelwood House is a 14 bedded low secure unit for adults with learning difficulties & mental health.
We have a strong focus on recovery and enabling patients to reintergrate back into the community.
We are a small friendly site with a current rating of Outstanding from CQC.
We are looking for an individual who is:
• Registered Learning Disability Nurses (RNLD) or Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) with an active NMC PIN Registration.
• Who has a good understanding of the needs of people with learning difficulties or a willingness to learn.
• Who is passionate about their profession and making a difference to the lives of those they support
• Who is patient focused
• Who would like to work as part of an established team, with a supportive MDT that provides a clear pathway for the patients in our care.
The shift pattern is as follows.
Days: 07:30 – 19:45hrs
Nights: 19:30 – 07:45hrs
One week is: Monday , Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday
Next week is: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday then repeat
You will do two weeks of Days followed by two weeks of nights.
If you’re looking for nights only we do offer this but only after induction and you will need to do the odd day shift to keep up to date with the daily events.
Please get in contact today with Kevin Page, Talent Acquisitions Partner on
firstname.lastname@example.org or 07887 - 457033 - you can text me too!
Priory Group was founded in 1980 with the purchase of Priory Hospital Roehampton, by an American healthcare company. The Roehampton site has been in continuous operation since its launch in 1872 by renowned Psychiatrist, Dr William Wood. Over the following decades, Priory acquired more hospitals and diversified its services. In 1993, Priory moved into specialist education services with the purchase of Jacques Hall Foundation, followed by an adolescent therapeutic community, in Manningtree, Essex.
In 2014 we opened our first Priory Wellbeing Centre in Fenchurch Street, London, and acquired the Castlecare Group, one of the UK’s leading providers of local authority funded children’s services. Castlecare, part of our Education and Children's Services division, delivers high quality services across children’s homes and specialist schools.
In September 2015, we acquired Life Works, one of the leading addiction and mental health hospitals in the UK, which joined our Healthcare division to continue supporting people with mental health conditions and addictive behaviours. At Life Works, we offer a range of treatments for people in the Surrey area, such as alcohol rehab, drug rehab, and eating disorder treatments.
In December 2015, we acquired Progress Care, a leading provider of specialist education and care in Lancashire. Progress Care’s service for young adults became part of Priory Adult Care Services, and its children's service joined Priory Education and Children’s Services.
In February 2016, Priory Group formally became part of Acadia Healthcare, one of the leading providers of behavioural care in the world.
In November 2016, Priory merged with Partnerships in Care, a UK-based healthcare company owned by Acadia. This saw 66 sites, with a total of 1,890 beds, join The Priory Group.
On 14th November 2017, Aspire Scotland joined our Education and Children’s Services division. Aspire provides education and care to young people aged 8 to 18 years, with complex needs. 30 residential beds across 7 children's homes and a day school joined the division, as well as a café and member’s gym for both students and the general public.