Partnerships in Care is one of the UK’s leading providers of independent specialist secure and step-down care across the UK.
With hospitals around the country, 30 years of experience in our sector and highly skilled and experienced teams, we help patients and commissioners find the right care pathways without the need for multiple reassessments.
Beverley House is an independent provider of specialist locked rehabilitation services for women suffering with treatment resistant schizophrenia and personality disorder accompanied by multi-axial co-morbidity, often with challenging histories.
Intensive assessment and treatment is provided in conditions of locked rehabilitation, supported by a multi-disciplinary team of experienced senior nurses, OT, social work and clinical psychology. A full time Consultant Psychiatrist has AC/RC responsibility for all patients and there is a medical on call rota for out of hour’s medical cover. A local GP provides general medical services that includes on-site clinic.
The existing unit of 24 beds runs at full capacity and is highly regarded by local commissioners and external care co-ordinators.
The successful candidate will have a genuine commitment to these patients and to teamwork, displaying thoughtful, conscientious, professional conduct and the use of strong verbal and written communication skills. You will receive the necessary support to develop skills in comprehensive assessment of people with highly complex needs, including multi axial diagnostic formulations guiding the application of relevant bio-psychosocial treatments. You will gain experience in case management for complex needs patients, including tailoring care pathways, risk assessment and MHRT reports.
The unit works well in a friendly environment with a strong team ethos. You will work closely with the RC in receiving stimulating supervision.
This new post offers a significant opportunity for someone able and willing to contribute to the expansion of a quality business.
Duties will include:
These above duties and the timetable may be subject to change, through negotiation, depending on the changing requirements of the service.
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