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The opportunity for a Respiratory Specialist role for BOC Healthcare has arisen in the Somerset CCG area.
Purpose of the position
The role of the Respiratory Specialist (Nurse or Physiotherapist) is to improve patient outcomes through providing Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Home Oxygen Assessment & Review to patients within Somerset CCG. The services provided must be integrated with other local services provided in Somerset CCG and provide respiratory expertise and support to local health care professionals.
An exciting opportunity to work across both services, gaining excellent experience of the patients pathway;
Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Home Oxygen Assessment & Review, as required to meet local demand and provide cover as required.
To ensure the care patients receive best meets their needs whether through pulmonary rehabilitation and oxygen therapy.
Part time or job share may be considered
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 30 clinicians in our NHS commissioned respiratory specialist services across the UK.
Working for this international 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.
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