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Further to the implementation of the new Patient Pathway Navigation Team we are advertising for a Clinical Capacity and Pathway Manager to support the operational management team in the Operations Division. We are inviting expressions of interest for this post from highly motivated individuals who would like to work in a busy team and develop their knowledge and experience in operational management.
Working in a team supporting the Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Operating officer, this role contributes toward the effective delivery of the need for robust patient pathway planning and management which is vital in any acute hospital. The role will ensure well planned, safe and managed discharges. Working alongside multidisciplinary teams to ensure that the patient pathways are optimised by providing support, advice, coaching and challenge to successfully reduce the risk of a protracted length of stay, unsafe, inappropriate discharges and readmissions.
The post holder will have responsibility for the patient pathway navigation team and will develop strategic plans to deliver sustainable services for our patients. Management of initiatives that will deliver significant improvements to the patient pathway and an ability to demonstrate a track record of project managing across multiple stakeholders will be advantageous.
A copy of the job description for the post is attached.
For an informal discussion, please contact Nikki Turner, Deputy Chief Operating Officer. Anyone wishing to apply for this post should do so via this website by midday on Friday 7th October 2016.
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