Hospitals in Leicester are holding a recruitment day to try and find more nurses. It comes at a time of very high pressure in hospitals - particularly in A&E departments.
Registered nurses are being invited to look round the city's Royal Infirmary and take part in workshops. They'll be conducting interviews for vacant jobs and giving advice about training opportunities.
Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are looking to recruit throughout the year to attract registered nurses to the new hospital.
Joanna Cousins, Deputy Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development said:
"We still have nursing posts to recruit to and by opening our doors to potential employees we would like to show them what a fantastic facility we have to offer here at Peterborough"
Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will be holding recruitment roadshows throughout the year to attract registered nurses to the new hospital.
Currently the Trust employs around one thousand nurses and midwives and they are now looking to recruit a further one hundred and forty qualified nurses to increase the number of permanent staff available to care for patients.