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A&E work in Banbury

MCG Healthcare is a recruitment agency, currently recruiting for a large number of A&E roles with high pay rates in Banbury.

Specialising in providing permanent, temporary, and last minute cover for hospitals and other medical institutions across the UK. Find your next job with MCG Healthcare and make a difference every day.

FAQs about being a A&E Nurse

  • How much does an A&E nurse earn?

    Working within the NHS, an A&E nurse earns between £25,000 and £31,000. Privately, an A&E nurse can earn between £22 and £28 per hour.

  • Can newly qualified nurses work in A&E?

    Yes, newly qualified nurses can work in A&E. A lot of newly qualified nurses choose to work in A&E for their first 6-12 months to gain hands-on experience and attend to a wide variety of patients.

  • What is the role of an A&E nurse?

    A&E nurses will care for patients and ensure they’re comfortable throughout their time in the emergency department, right up until they’re discharged or moved to a different ward. Some of the typical responsibilities of an A&E nurse might include, but are not limited to, these duties:


    • Responsible for maintaining standards of care
    • Assist with checking patients in, doing triage work for doctors

    • Work closely with doctors to keep patients and their family members updated on test results or treatment recommendations

    • Make arrangements for patients deemed to need admitting to the hospital for one night or longer

    • Build relationships with, reassuring, listening and talking to patients

    • Administer medication

    • Maintain patient records

  • What are the shift patterns for an A&E nurse?

    A&E Nurses are obviously needed 24/7 and there are a wide range of shift patterns. A&E nurses need to be flexible, and the standard shifts are these:

    08:00 to 16:00

    10:00 to 18:00

    14:00 to 22:00

    16:00 to 00:00

    17:00 to 01:00

    00:00 to 08:00

  • Is there flexibility with shift patterns?

    We’re able to agree unique shift patterns for our nurses at various hospitals. Call us to talk through the shift patterns you want and we’ll see if we can help.

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