Senior Staff Nurse - Outpatients

Location London
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £41,528.53
Contact name: Khadeejah Khalid

Contact email: k.khalid@t2healthcare.com
Job ref: SJEKK15
Published: about 1 month ago

Want your employer to be ​passionate about providing you with a supportive and engaging environment?

The Outpatient Department is often a patients’ first experience of the hospital and therefore staff are polite and helpful. The department is a 30 individually designed consulting rooms with equipment specific to the various specialities we cover and is in spacious, comfortable surroundings.

The department offers both pre- and post-operative appointments and a variety of other medical and general specialities.

The independent private Hospital has just been rated the number one in the country for care

Am I the right person for this Senior Staff Nurse- Outpatient Department role?

  • Registered Nurse

  • Current NMC registration in adult or general nursing

  • Excellent clinical skills

  • Excellent communicator

  • Professional commitment and self-awareness

  • Motivate self and others

  • Sound knowledge of current issues in nursing, developments

  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team

  • Good organisational and time management skills

  • Good interpersonal skills

What are the Responsibilities of this Senior Staff Nurse- Outpatient Department role?

  • To maintain confidentiality surrounding patient admission and treatment at all times.

  • To ensure documentation is completed accurately and within agreed timescales using Hospital approved documentation, in line with NMC and Hospital guidelines.

  • To have knowledge of and adhere to ward and Hospital policy and professional standards. To ensure that team members do likewise.

  • To ensure the provision of excellent, evidence-based nursing care for patients.

  • Ensure that each patient is assessed, and that their care is planned, implemented and evaluated, and that this is accurately documented.

  • Participate in effective communication between all members of the multidisciplinary team, other hospital departments, relatives and visitors.

  • Ensure quality care is given, by being familiar with agreed standards of care and to inform seniors, if the required standard cannot be reached.