A number of clinical assessor positions have arisen, which will provide the right candidates with a wide range of opportunities to work in our care co-ordination centre in Denton and at our remote site at Chorley, assessing and managing patients who reside in parts of Greater Manchester, Preston, Chorley and Merseyside.
The Clinical Assessors will join an established nursing workforce and will benefit from working within a multi-disciplinary team. The clinical assessor will function as part of a health care team providing a comprehensive clinical assessment service to patients and/or their carers/relatives resulting in a safe and appropriate clinical decision.
The clinical assessor will facilitate the provision of accurate healthcare information, health improvement advice or, where applicable, referral to the appropriate level and location of care, in order to meet the holistic and therapeutic requirements of the patient/carer.
You will work alongside our newly developed multi-professional clinical model, be supported by clinical leads, Senior Clinicians and Dr’s, while working alongside a network of clinicians to share expertise.
We are seeking clinically astute, experienced and motivated staff who are dedicated and enthusiastic professionals, to join our well established teams.
This will provide practitioners with an exciting and holistic role. Furthermore, you will benefit from a competitive salary following a recent pay review.
Importantly, you will benefit from:
The successful candidate must possess a RGN/HCP qualification, with appropriate triage experience.
We will consider bank hours and permanent positions. The working hours will reflect the service operating hours.
For further information, please see the job description and person specification below, or contact Audrey Leech or Carole Corbett Clinical leads ( Email address removed ) or ( Email address removed ) ( Phone number removed )
We put patients first – we understand that every person, every family and every community is unique; we always take the time to listen and we respond openly and honestly every time.
We look after our people – we understand that looking after our people helps them look after our patients. We have high expectations of our people and give them the training and support they need to perform exceptionally.
We give great quality care – we aim to meet the highest standards of excellence and safety all the time. If we can’t or don’t meet expectations we will honestly explain why not
We lead the way in transforming primary care – we use our experience and expertise to constructively challenge and suggest new and innovative ways of working, where we think this will improve health, healthcare and people’s experiences of it
We contribute to the wellbeing of our local communities – we aim to be more than a health care provider alone. We will look for opportunities to bring wider health benefits to the communities in which we work.
gtd healthcare is committed to providing equality of opportunity and applications will be considered on the basis of their suitability
and young people. All staff and volunteers are expected to share this commitment.
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