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Nursing and Midwifery


What's it like to work in Nursing and Midwifery?

Are you a registered nurse or midwife looking for a fresh start in a fast-paced and exciting environment?

Nurses make up the largest portion of the NHS workforce. There are a huge variety of roles available in this career and plenty of options to develop new skills and train for senior positions.

Being a nurse or midwife in South West London gives you the benefits of being a Capital Nurse . If you choose to be a nurse in the capital, you’re choosing a career with huge potential. South West London is home to some of the biggest NHS trusts in the country, meaning that there are plenty of opportunities to progress in whichever way you’d like your career to go.

You’ll be offered flexible working, access to the excellent NHS pension scheme, maternity and paternity leave, and up to 41 days of annual leave and public holidays. You’ll also qualify for additional pay for working unsocial hours and for working in London.

Further information on career pathways can be found on the NHS Health careers website.

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