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Our Nursing Services

MOR. Healthcare specialises in the provision of nursing workforce solutions across Australia. Supporting the nursing workforce within many different nursing sub-specialities, MOR. Healthcare can assist you in meeting your varied workforce requirements. We provide a large range of nursing specialists.

Job Seekers

MOR. Healthcare specialises in supplying opportunities for nursing professionals looking to move to Australia or relocate within Australia and find the perfect fitting workplace.

Employers

MOR. Healthcare specialises in the provision of nursing workforce solutions across Australia. MOR. Healthcare can assist you in meeting your varied workforce requirements

Relocating To Australia

International nurses who wish to relocate to Australia and work as a Registered Nurse need to ensure that they meet the registration requirements of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). To obtain registration with AHPRA, international nurses need to have completed an approved nursing program and meet the agency's English language requirements. They may also need to pass an assessment of their nursing skills and knowledge, which is conducted by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC).

Medical / Surgical Wards

Medical ward nurses work with a range of areas including general medicine, renal, endocrinology, cardiology, oncology, neurological and respiratory medicine and acute on chronic medical conditions. Surgical ward nurses work within a range of areas including upper and lower GI surgery, hepatobiliary, head and neck, maxilla-facial, urology, plastic, thoracic and orthopaedic surgery. Medical and surgical nurses provide care to patients and their families while working within a multidisciplinary team.

Critical Care

Critical Care is a specialized department in hospitals that encompasses services in the Emergency Department (ED), Intensive Care Unit (ICU), High Dependency Unit (HDU), and Coronary Care Unit (CCU). Nurses in this department provide care to critically ill patients and closely collaborate with doctors and specialists to assess, treat, and monitor their condition while also fulfilling their basic care needs. Many nurses in Critical Care hold a Post Graduate certificate.

Aged Care‚Äč

Providing care for some of the most vulnerable older people within the community, nurses work within high- and low-level care facilities, including residential care and transitional care. Registered and enrolled nurses work within a multidisciplinary team to support the ongoing care of patients and their families.

Rehabilitation

Nurses provide rehabilitation support to patients with complex musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, amputee, stroke, and neurological conditions. Delivering support to patients and families through strong communication skills and working within a multidisciplinary team promotes physical function and transition home.

Paediatrics

Paediatric nurses are healthcare professionals who specialize in providing medical care for infants, children, and adolescents. Nurses are trained to understand the unique physical, emotional, and developmental needs of children and are skilled at communicating and working with young patients and their families.

Operating Theatres

Operating theatres nurses are highly skilled and specialized nurses who play a critical role in ensuring the safe and efficient delivery of patient care during surgical procedures.

Neonatal

Neonatal nurses are specialized Registered Nurses (RNs) who provide specialized care to newborn infants, particularly those who are premature, critically ill, or require surgical intervention.

Mental Health

Registered nurses provide care to people with mental health disorders. Enhancing recovery through respectful therapeutic relationships, nurses assist patients to build on their strengths and resilience.

Midwifery

Registered midwives work alongside a multi-disciplinary team to support and advise women during pregnancy, labour, and the post-partum period. Our midwives provide education within preventative and antenatal care as well as promoting positive birthing experiences and assisting families in preparing for parenthood.

CSSD

Central Sterile Supply Department is a specialised area supporting the running of operating theatres. CSSD nurses are responsible for the collection, decontamination, assembling and packing, sterilisation, and distribution of sterile goods to operating suites. Key roles include ensuring instrument accuracy and flow through CSSD meets operational needs.

Acute Nursing

Nurses work with a range of areas in acute nursing. Such as renal, cardiology, oncology, neurological and respiratory medicine and acute chronic medical conditions. Providing care to patients and their families while working within a multidisciplinary team. Roles include planning, assessment and delivery of care and ongoing communication with senior clinicians, patients, and families.

Other

MOR. Healthcare specialises in providing permanent recruitment solutions to nursing healthcare professionals at all levels of seniority.