Practice Nurse - Band 5 - Part Time
Quality and Governance Directorate
Salary £25,680.00 - £31,469.00 (Pro Rata) inclusive of Registered Clinical Allowance
Service hours will be to cover 08.00-midnight, 7 days per week, 365 days a year, so shift work is required. Shift pattern 08:00 - 16:00 (Early), 12:00 - 20:00 (Late) and 16:00 - 12 midnight (Twilight)
We are committed to improving the physical health of all our patients by delivering high quality clinical care which is value based and leads to outcomes that matter to the patient and their carers`. Alongside this
we are striving to achieve parity of esteem, giving equal value to Mental Health as to Physical Health. To accomplish this we are expanding our Physical Healthcare service and now have an exciting opportunity for 2 Nurse Practitioners to be at the forefront of this service delivery.
St Andrew`s Healthcare is the UK`s largest mental health charity. We offer specialist services for men, women, adolescents and older people across mental health, learning disability, brain injury and degenerative disorders such as Huntington`s and Alzheimer`s. Putting Patient`s needs at the heart of everything we do, we have built an innovative culture of clinical expertise.
You will provide physical healthcare for the presenting patient and be able to demonstrate safe clinical decision-making and expert physical health care for patients within a mental health setting.
You must be a Registered Nurse (Adult) with a current NMC registration.
The post holder will provide care for the presenting patient, from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care.
We are looking for a Practice Nurse who is able to deliver nurse-led triage and effectively problem solve.
You will be able to manage acute, chronic and long term conditions, integrating both pharmacological and non-pharmacological based treatment methods into a management plan. You will also have the ability to manage complex acute and chronic wounds.
We are looking for a Practice Nurse who has recent experience in community, urgent or primary care and has a special interest in one or more of the following areas: diabetes, women`s health, epilepsy, long term conditions, tissue viability and/or palliative care.
We are keen to offer development opportunities to enhance your practice and leadership skills, for example Non-medical prescribing, MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and /or other postgraduate courses, relevant to your practice and personal development.
This is a very wide and varied role, which will provide fresh challenges to the right candidate.
If you would like any further information or would like to arrange an informal chat, please contact Caroline Patrick, Clinical Administrator [Click here to apply]