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St Vincent's Melbourne is part of St Vincent's Health Australia, the largest not for profit health service network in Australia employing over 5,000 staff.
The hospital provides an extensive range of high level clinical services including Acute, Sub-Acute, Allied Health, Mental Health, Correctional Health, Aged and Palliative Care.
St Vincent's is an exciting and expanding organisation with a strong commitment to providing teaching and training to all health professionals.
We are seeking graduates who are committed to providing high quality patient care, who embrace team work, strive to increase their knowledge and skills and who demonstrate creative thinking.
We provide extensive support and educational opportunities, and will assist you to plan and achieve your professional goals.
St Vincent’s has four major campuses:
St Vincent’s Fitzroy is our major teaching, research, and tertiary referral centre with over 550 beds and provides adult medical, surgical, emergency, critical care, mental health, sub acute and a range of community and out-reach services to clients.
Caritas Christi Hospice (CCH) provides Palliative Care across the Fitzroy and Kew campuses. There are 26 beds at the Kew campus with 8 beds at Fitzroy campus.
St George’s in Kew has 242 beds and provides inpatient aged care, rehabilitation, acute aged psychiatry and a range of community assessment and treatment services.
Prague House is a residential aged care facility providing services for older men and women who have healthcare needs and who have experienced homelessness.
As a Catholic health and aged care service our mission is to bring God's love to those in need through the healing ministry of Jesus. We are especially committed to people who are poor or vulnerable.
We draw on the talents of our people and collaborate with others who share our vision and values to continue the pioneering spirit of Mary Aikenhead and the Sisters of Charity. We are committed to providing compassionate and innovative care, enabling hope for those we serve.
In all our activities we strive to demonstrate:
Accepting people as they are, bringing to each the love and tenderness of Christ.
Treating all people with fairness and equity so as to transform society.
Acting with honesty and truth while ensuring that who we are enables others to flourish.
Excelling in all aspects of our healing ministry.
Contact Allison Mawson or Paula Titford, our Graduate Nurse Program Coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org or on (03) 9288 2244
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