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Welcome to Team NNUH. 

We may be the sixth largest acute teaching hospital in the UK, with a workforce of over 7,500 but everyone knows each other.  We have a real community feel where each member of the team is valued and respected.

We like to showcase our stunning purpose built, modern hospital with bright and airy atriums flooding the building with beautiful Norfolk sunshine, what an amazing place to work.

We like to tell people all about our strong links to the University of East Anglia and Norwich Research Park, opening up countless career opportunities.

Above all of this, what we are most proud of and the reason why you should choose NNUH is our focus on constantly improving high quality care and the way we support and develop our people to do this, allowing everyone the opportunity to achieve their potential. Our journey is to achieve an outstanding rating for our services and to be an outstanding employer

So don’t just come and work for us, come and start a career. We look forward to meeting you in your new role with us very soon…

Professor Nancy Fontaine – Chief Nurse and Professor Erika Denton – Medical Director

A few words on Professional Development from our Chief Nurse

Professional development, from the moment you enter the NNUH Family, is central to our commitment to you.

If you are just joining us at the beginning of your career, at a cross-roads at what to do next or wanting advice and guidance on how we can assist you to realise your true career potential, we will provide guidance and support across every professional group.

We have a career continuum that takes individuals through apprenticeship and academic and professional advancement, through to doctoral studies, advanced practice and senior leadership roles.

There is an active momentum to encourage all staff to undertake quality improvement programmes as the Trust builds on its quality successes and formally implements a Quality Improvement Faculty. Research is at the heart of improvement, and non-medical research is actively encouraged and championed by the Chief Nurse, in collaboration with University and our research department.

Join us and you will achieve your career aspirations!
#TeamNNUH Supports Freedom To Speak Up

The NNUH actively supports Freedom To Speak Up (FTSU) and has a dedicated team of Guardians including a full time lead. Between us we have over 100 years of experience in the NHS and health care!

We act independently and follow the National Guardians Office guidelines and have strong regional links. This ensures we learn not just from our own experiences in the Trust but we learn from Trusts throughout the NHS.  

Working together improves patient safety. It’s an exciting time to be part of this Trust,  with its progressive attitude to improvement.  Supporting it’s staff to be a part of the culture change the NHS staff and patients deserve. Freedom to speak up is for all staff in the Trust and that includes our students, volunteers, bank staff, agency, clinical, non clinical and contractors to name some. We all have equal freedom when it comes to our patients care.

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Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is one of the largest employers in Norfolk, our staff work together to provide care for our local population.

We have a huge variety of roles, with opportunity for development and career progression.

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