Are you interested in Renal Ward/Acute Dialysis?
• Band 5 - Salary between £24,214 - £30, 112 (Depending on experience)
• SKYPE INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE FOR ALL CANDIDATES
• RELOCATION SUPPORT AVAILABLE UP TO £4,000
We are currently working with one of the biggest NHS trust in the South West England to recruit experienced and qualifying nurses who are interested in joining the renal ward/ Acute dialysis.
The Hospital is part of six Haemodialysis Satellite Units across Bristol area. Their Trust is a centre of excellence for the delivery of care for people with renal impairment and their teams are proud to participate in pioneering clinical trials, including H4RT, Prepare for Kidney Care and the Bioempendence Trial.
As a nurse working in their service you will be supported to learn the skills required to manage patients requiring renal replacement, both haemodialysis/haemodiafiltration and peritoneal dialysis, as well as gaining experience looking after those patients who have undergone a kidney transplant.
The trust is passionate about professional development. Within their Individual Performance Reviews, their nurses can share their personal career aspirations with the senior team and discuss opportunities available for additional training, including external specialist renal courses and internal management training hosted by the Learning and Development team.
• Organise and participate in the delivery of high standards of evidence-based nursing care.
• Take regular responsibility to carry out required planned, direct patient care to a high
• standard without direct supervision in accordance with established nursing procedures and
• To report to the appropriate members of the multidisciplinary team any significant changes in a patient’s condition or situation.
• Responsible for taking charge of the ward/department on a regular basis in the absence of the person who has continuing responsibility.
• Take personal responsibility as a team leader for the delivery of care of patients in a defined area.
• To contribute towards health promotion for all patients by providing education, support and advice, as necessary Ensure referral to appropriate professionals or agencies as required.
• Ensure the safe ordering, administration, and custody of patients’ medication according to Trust policies and procedures.
• In the absence of senior staff be responsible for delegation and supervision of appropriate work to other qualified staff, health care assistants and students
• Where relevant to be responsible for and assist in co-ordinating discharge planning in
partnership with the multidisciplinary team
• Where relevant, responsible for the admission, assessment and preparation of patients undergoing treatment or investigations.
• Escort patients to other wards or departments as required.
• NHS Pension Scheme
• Childcare Facilities
• Personal and Professional Development
• Staff Discount Brochure and Discounts Websites
• Staff Lottery
So, if you are passionate about providing exceptional care and want to join a team who is making a difference in a one of the biggest trusts in the UK, apply now to learn more about this exciting role