Calling all Nursing Graduates
What does our New Graduate mentorship programme mean for you?
- Once you are accepted you will be given a permanent contract
- You will gain valuable experience in a level four territory hospital with multiple specialties including transplant
- You will have significant opportunities to progress in your career
- Throughout the programme you will be encouraged to keep learning and be supported every step of the way
- Our mentorship programme which we have run for many years, is aimed at nurses who are newly qualified and wish to gain experience in an acute, fast-paced clinical environment where exceptional patient care and patient outcomes are our priority,
- Members of our Nursing team including our Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Facilitators, Clinical Nurse Specialists and Nurse Managers offer great support as they mentor the new graduates to gain competency in many clinical skills.
- Nurses who successfully completed this programme, play an integral role in our Nursing Team as they continue to build on their nursing knowledge, expertise and career.
- Commencing November 2022
- Permanent contract
- After 16 weeks of obtaining NMBI pin eligible to move to point 3 of staff nurse salary scale
- After 12 months you are eligible to take up an enhanced nursing contract
- Opportunity to rotate placements
Department specialties in SVUH
|Medical Directorate||Surgical Wards|
|Acute Medical Unit||St Anne’s||St James’||St Brigid’s|
|Our Lady’s||St Anne’s Day care||St Laurence’s||St Charles’|
|St Agnes’||Emergency Department||Acute Orthopaedic Unit||St Helen’s|
|St Andrews||Coronary Care Unit/ Cat lab||St Luke’s 1||St Joseph’s|
|St Christopher’s||Caritas/Transitional Care Unit||St Luke’s 2||St Raphaels|
|St Lucy’s||St Paul’s||St Mark’s|
|St Monica’s||St Vincent’s||Acute Surgical Unit|
|St Patrick’s||St Michael’s|
Overview of all clinical areas in the hospital.
Education programme includes
- Orientation programme specifically designed to meet the needs of a New Graduate Nurse.
- Meeting the nursing team and receiving support from top level
We have our own Nurse Education Centre which delivers a number of national programmes open to all nurses within the relevant clinical area.
We have a number of specialty nursing pathways within St Vincent’s University Hospital which include ED, MOU-St Patricks, Stroke services, CCU & Oncology.
This year we have kept a number of places available for new graduate’s direct entry to
We also have a wide variety of Clinical Professional Development programmes which are supported by our Nurse Practice Development team for all our nursing staff including New Graduates.
- BSc in Nursing
- Eligibility for full registration in the General Division of the Register of Nurses as maintained by NMBI
- Completed an internship in an Acute Level 4 Hospital
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Patient and Visitor Handbook
Our handbook contains all the important information you need when visiting our hospital whether you are a patient or a visitor.
- Travelling to and from the hospital
- Elective admission information
- Emergency Department attendance
- Patient safety information
- Information on what we will do to get you home
- Data protection
- Security information
- Infection control policy
- No smoking policy
- Visiting arrangements
- Daffodil Centre
- St. Vincent’s Foundation