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Help for ITU?
#75033 19/03/20 3:54 PM
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Hi all

Desperate times here at Royal London adult Critical care!
We are looking for people with ITU / theatres experience who might already be registered with bank partners to work here on our unit. Although I have a team, we may well get overwhelmed when the proper wave hits us soon.
There is no job advert out, but I'm sure we can sort out something so that you get paid.

Please contact me directly if you think you might be able to help.

Thanks

Stay safe out there!

Richard
Aldridge
0203 59 40302


Richard Aldridge
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Adult Critical care unit
Royal London Hospital
Whitechapel Road
London E1 1BB
Tel 0203 59 40302
Re: Help for ITU?
brompton #75034 19/03/20 5:00 PM
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Maybe you need to make it clear what type of people you are looking for, Richard (or what type of work you have in mind):-

1) Biomeds (medical equipment engineering technicians)
2) Specialist biomeds (ventilator experience)
3) ICU nurses
4) What (whom) ever

"Bank partners"? I think I may know what that means; but others may not.

Anyway, Good Luck. smile


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Re: Help for ITU?
brompton #75047 21/03/20 7:51 AM
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Geoff, are you thinking of making a comeback in these testing times?


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Re: Help for ITU?
Neil Porter #75049 21/03/20 10:59 AM
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What's that, Neil ... more comebacks than Rocky? whistle

Or did you mean "go out in a blaze of glory"? Well, it's a "no" to that one just yet (I had my chance for martyrdom with Ebola).

Anyway, "Old soldiers never die, They simply fade away" ... although, to be fair, I am pretty good at "social distancing"! smile

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Re: Help for ITU?
brompton #75050 21/03/20 11:09 AM
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Only direct responses to Richard's post please.


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