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WTE 0.6 3 days per week 22.5 hours
Purpose of the position
An exciting opportunity for an Exercise Specialist or Physiotherapist has arisen in the Bradford area. The key purpose of this role is to deliver a newly commissioned pulmonary rehabilitation programme within the Bradford District and City CCGs . They will work with the Team Leader, Respiratory Nurse Specialists and Technical Instructors with specialist input from the MDT to ensure that the programme provides pre and post assessment, exercise and education to patients within a group setting, providing self management support. The role holder will be required to manage their own caseload, promote the PR service locally to increase appropriate referrals.
The Pulmonary Rehabilitation service is part of the wider clinical services within Bradford and includes: Home Oxygen Assessment & Review and Bradford Hypertension Self Management and Self Titration programme. As a result there are learning and development opportunities within the other elements of the service.
The position will require the use of a car and patient contact will be within a clinic setting e.g community centre.
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BOC Healthcare is part of the Linde Group, responsible for more than 1.3 million patients worldwide providing care in intermediate care, community and home settings. We employ over 40 clinicians in our 13 NHS commissioned respiratory specialist services across the UK.
Working for this NHS provider of respiratory healthcare services, you will become a member of a growing, successful team and part of a network of clinical specialists delivering our home and community-based services across the UK. BOC Healthcare is committed to continued professional development and invites all clinical staff to our Bi-Annual Clinical Forum.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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