An amazing opportunity to work with the UK's #1 rated Neuro Rehab centre.
We are an exclusive supplier to our client who run the world's 5th best and the UK's best rebhab centre who are looking to further strenghten their team and are looking for unique individuals looking to make a different in patients lives as well as their own career.
Ensure the nursing, personal care and other health needs of Patients are met and that assigned duties are executed in a professional and caring manner giving due regard to the Hospital’s core values and values framework and the Skills for Care Code of Conduct for Health and Social Care Workers and the NMC Code of Conduct.
To ensure all relevant clinical documentation is in place, reflects the current clinical and care needs of the Patient and is updated monthly, (or more often if the Patient’s condition changes) to ensure accurate records are maintained, in line with the Hospital’s policies and procedures and NMC guidance on record keeping.
To administer prescribed medication to Patients in line with the instructions of the prescribing doctor and the Hospital’s medication policies and procedures, and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society guidance within the scope of the NMC Code of Conduct.
To monitor the health needs of Patients to ensure appropriate escalation using the NEWs protocol to RMO and or/ Consultant or a local acute hospital as appropriate.
To work co-operatively with colleagues in the pursuit of the responsibilities of the post, with due regard to our diversity and inclusion framework and policies. To carry out the reasonable
Instructions of the senior nurse in charge or management staff to ensure optimal use of resources within the Hospital to ensure high quality care can be delivered at all times.
To attend rostered shifts as defined in the off-duty and to follow all HR policies and procedures in the event of being unable to attend for a rostered shift; understanding that such absence risks service levels and has the potential to compromise standards of care.
To ensure concepts learnt during mandatory training sessions, (health and safety, infection prevention and control, core values, and fire safety – this is not an exhaustive list) are upheld and demonstrated in practice during your working shift.
To act at all times to uphold the CQC domains ensuring care delivered is safe, caring, effective and responsive.
To use the clinical governance framework and adverse event reporting procedures as per the Hospital’s policy and procedures to identify and report any adverse events, particularly in respect of patient safety or other reportable events.
To work towards and then maintain appropriate job-related competencies as defined within the Competency Framework Assessment tool for Registered Nurses