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Bank Staff

Nurse Bank (including Midwifery)

We frequently advertise using NHS Jobs for bank only Staff Nurses, HCA’s and Midwives, please keep checking for new adverts. If you are a specialist nurse please call the office for a conversation.

The Trust’s Nurse Bank covers:

  • York Hospital
  • Scarborough Hospital
  • Bridlington Hospital
  • Malton Hospital
  • Whitecross Court
  • St Helen’s
  • The New Selby War Memorial Hospital
  • St Monica’s Hospital

The service also covers a number of community services.

For more information please contact the Nurse Bank office directly:

Phone:        (01723) 385343

Email:          nursebank@york.nhs.uk

As a substantive member of staff there is a simple application process to join the Nurse Bank. We would encourage all new starters to consider joining the Trust’s Nurse Bank services, which will be necessary if you wish to undertake additional hours in excess of 37.5 per week.

You can download an application form from Staff Room by using the following link:

http://staffroom.ydh.yha.com/HR-and-Recruitment/e-rostering/useful-documents/forms

Anyone interested in Medical Locums should contact the Rota Co-ordination Team on 01723 342180 (Scarborough) or 01904 721415, 721416 or 721178.

Recruitment to 'as and when' positions in all other staff groups would take place via the normal recruitment procedure, with vacancies being advertised on the NHS Jobs website in the first instance.


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For further information or an application form contact the Nurse Bank Office on 01723 385343 or email 

nursebank@york.nhs.uk

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These infections are highly contagious, so we urge people to stay away unless their visit is absolutely essential to help reduce the spread of infection within our hospitals.

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