We are looking to recruit a number of experienced, motivated Registered Nurses, to join our committed surgical nursing team. We can offer our Nurses the opportunity to work in a varied, challenging but rewarding role in a friendly and supportive working environment. On a daily basis you will work in OPD treating a diverse variety of patients from many different specialities, meaning that you will never stop learning new skills and no two days will be the same. Job purpose
As a Registered Nurse you will get the opportunity to work with some of the regions top consultants so you will be exposed to innovative evidence-based clinical techniques. We commit to our Nurses well-being through training, support and reward. This helps ensure that our Nurses are able to increase and diversify their skills to meet our high clinical standards. Our hospitals are delivering increasingly complex and acute care, and this requires highly skilled and consistent nursing teams. All of this is underpinned by a nursing culture which focuses on impeccable patient care above all else.
Here at Spire, you’ll have the time to give patients personalised care to a standard you can be proud of. You’ll have support from a strong management team to develop your skills with confidence. We are a successful and growing business, with a strong track record of promoting our Nurses to management positions, meaning that a career in Spire can take you far.
To provide exemplary planned care for patients aged from birth to 16 years.
To assist and advise planned care for patients aged 16-18 To ensure the hospital delivers effective patient care by providing appropriate clinical leadership for paediatric patients in the outpatients department.
Dual trained nurse desireable.Overall Responsibilities
Assit in the delivery of family centred care to meet the health and wellbeing needs of the patients.
Develop own knowledge and skills and that of others.
Promotes best Practice in Health and Safety, security, and safeguarding the welfare of children.
Contribute to quality improvement.Specific Responsibilties
Ensure an appropriate and validated assessment process is adhered to.
Discuss, agree and explain responsibilities for assessment of patients including their needs and risks if any.
Identify people's health needs through observation discussion with family and/or carer and the use of technical assessment methods.
Obtain information on patient physical, psychological and social needs within the overall context of development, and relate to personal care requirements.
Identify and report any significant changed that might affect the individual's health and wellbeing to the appropriate person, if outside your scope of practice.
Deliver plans of care that take into consideration the care pathway, risks and wellbeing appropriately for the different care interventions.
Supports patients and families throughout encourage them to promote their own health and wellbeing while evaluating the effectiveness of interventions.
Ensure the safeguarding and welfare of Children and Young Persons throughout practice.
Working hours will be part-time / Full-time hours will be discussed at the interview.