Nurse Practitioner - Southampton - Perm Role
Southampton, Hampshire, England
We are recruiting for Nurse Practitioners to assist in the provision of a quality nurse led service to patients attending the Minor Injury Unit.
This is a full time position for 37.5 hours per week.
About the Individual:
We are able to also consider HCPC registered Paramedics for the role. The role requires you to function autonomously and within your sphere of competency, whilst being supported by more experienced members of staff. You must be able to assess patients, plan their care, administer treatment and discharge them or refer them as appropriate to other healthcare professionals and/or seek advice and support from a more experienced member of staff. MIU clinical facility which requires an ability to work effectively as part of a multi professional team within a fast pace environment, in line with the protocols and policies of the local Service and professional boundaries.
MUST BE A QUAILIFIED NURSE OR PARAMEDIC WITH A VALID MNC PIN OR HCPC REGISTRATION
Located on grounds of an NHS Hospital, this is a private treatment centre that has a mix NHS private patient case load.
*Assist the nurse-in charge to prioritise patient care and organise workload.
*Develop leadership skills.
*Knowledge of appropriate use of resources.
*Assist in the orientation and support of new staff to the unit. Communication
*Communicate and liaise with all health care staff internally and external to the unit.
*Ensure that identified lines of communication are maintained with patients, colleagues and external agencies to demonstrate politeness and courtesy and sensitivity promoting the corporate image of Care UK.
*Demonstrate the ability to be able to motivate and persuade others through advanced communication skills. *Effectively communicate with all patients, relatives, carers and fellow healthcare professionals, ensuring empathy and compassionate care is provided. Clinical governance
*To participate and assist in the systematic monitoring, review and evaluation of service provision through clinical audit.
*To participate and assist in the setting of standards of patient care based on sound research findings.
*Work within Care UK's Clinical Governance framework.
*Take a personal responsibility to maintain NMC/HCPC registration and professional development in line with the expectations of the role.
*Promote clinical excellence and best evidence based practice reflecting Care UK's nursing philosophy.
*Maintain confidentiality of information regarding patients, families and friends at all times.
*Ensure full and accurate records are maintained and confidentially policy adhered to.
*Participates in the reporting of Clinical and Non-Clinical Risk Assessments and incidents.
*Be conversant and comply with Care UK's Health and Safety Policy.
- Continuing professional and career development
- Generous holiday and leave arrangements
- Flexible pension options
- Life assurance and healthcare schemes
- Health assessments (after a qualifying period)
- Employee assistance programme for professional advice and counselling - legal, financial, etc.
- Employee discounts on a wide range of products or services
- Free Parking
TFS Healthcare is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, age, sexuality, gender identification, or physical ability.
TFS Healthcare will make reasonable adjustments and provide support for anyone who needs it either to apply or to succeed in the role. We will also support people to access our clients' organisations with sensitivity, respect and care.
- £ 30000 - 35000 Per year
- Full time
- Job Level
- Deputy Manager / Senior Staff
Posted 10 Aug 2017
Closes 7 Sep 2017
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