An exciting opportunity is available for the right candidate to join the Discharge Team as Patient Flow Sisters/Charge Nurse for six months.
You will provide clinical leadership, nursing expertise and advice to staff pertaining to all matters of discharge, quality and safe patient flow. You will maintain a clinical, managerial and operational overview of the hospital discharge processes in support of the Deputy/ Head of Capacity and Discharge.
As a discharge and patient flow ”expert' you will co-ordinate the hospital discharge function in hours inclusive of weekends. The role involves managing and coordinating a wide range of complex and competing priorities in regards to discharge and working closely with social care and external partners. You will need excellent communication skills as you will be in liaison with many different staff groups and patients to troubleshoot and ensure a timely discharge take place safely.
To join our existing team you need to be an enthusiastic, adaptable and experienced nurse, who is able to motivate the nursing, clinical business units and non-clinical workforce to contribute to service developments that will enhance safe and timely discharge for patients.
You will also lead a team and be a role model for the patient flow coordinators. If you would like a challenge and would like to know more about the role please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Clare Beattie Head of Capacity on ( Phone number removed ) or via mobile via switchboard. ( Phone number removed ) .
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