£23,023 – £29,608 per Year
Theatre Practitioner – Recovery & Admissions (Medirooms)
£23,023 – up to £29,608 – + Excellent NHS Benefits
Nurses/ODPs are required by one of the UK’s largest NHS Hospital Trusts to work within our peri-operative Medirooms. The Mediroom role offers an exciting development of the traditional recovery approach and a chance to be part of an innovative development in perioperative patient care. Each Mediroom is a single patient facility in which you will admit the patient, prepare them for surgery, recover them post operatively and discharge them home / transfer them to an ongoing area of care (such as a ward, ICU etc).
Working within the Medi-Room will enable you to develop skills in a range of surgical specialties in a supportive environment. You’ll be based at our state-of-the art £450m Hospital
This Theatre Practitioner in Medirooms is an excellent opportunity to work within a large and dynamic theatre service boasting 34 operating theatres and interventional suites delivering a wide range of innovative surgery.
We will receive support in extending your skills through the following:
• An opportunity to work within a pioneering service- we are the Major Trauma Centre for the South West Region and a specialist regional centre for a number of services, including neurosurgery, renal, plastics, burns and orthopaedics
• A vibrant and friendly working environment where teamwork is highly valued.
• Professional Development- access available to a Peri-Operative Development Team to support and facilitate induction and development
• Revalidation support for NMC/HCPC registrants
As a Registered Nurse or Operating Department Practitioner, you will provide support to the team and provide direct patient care in the Mediroom setting, both pre and post-operatively. Key duties will include:
• Responsibility for assessment, planning, provision, maintenance and evaluation of patient care for patients in the Medi-Room environment
• Identifying individual patient requirements and acting effectively on changing needs, liaising with and directing relevant staff
• To take personal responsibility for ensuring that patients are treated with courtesy at all times, the individual needs of patients are respected and confidentially is maintained at all times
• Give skilled support to medical staff and other members of the multidisciplinary team.
• Administer drugs and treatments as prescribed in accordance with Trust Policies and Standard Operating Procedures. Demonstrates effective communication within departments and multidisciplinary team.
• Recognise situations that may be detrimental to the health and wellbeing of the individual and institutes preventative measures
• To report to the appropriate members of the multidisciplinary team any significant changes in a patient’s condition or situation.
YOU: The successful applicants will be registered Nurses (NMC) or Operating Department Practitioners (HCPC).
You will also have:
• Knowledge of patient care needs during surgery
• The availability to work a full pattern of shifts, including late shifts, week-ends, nights and bank holidays
• Evidence of ongoing professional development.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with patients and multidisciplinary team.
For further enquiries or more information please send your updated CV. Apply now!
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