Outpatient Sister - London

Healthcare Recruitment UK
London (Greater)
02 Dec 2017
13 Dec 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Outpatient Sister

The Organisation

Healthcare Recruitment UK are partnering with a World Class Orthopaedic and Sports Injury company to help fill several vacancies.

The group run outpatient and diagnostics clinics in London, and are a Centre of Excellence in the treatment and diagnosis of Musculoskeletal conditions – both surgical and non-surgical.

The consultants are some of the world’s best, at the forefront of their fields. They attract high profile clients, with stars such as Tennis World Number 1 Andy Murray regularly receiving treatment here.

The company is experiencing a healthy rate of growth, and is dedicated to maintaining this in the future, hoping to open more 5* facilities throughout the UK.

The Senior Management Team are very supportive of their employees, and they take a great amount of pride in the services they deliver. If you’re interested in Orthopaedics, this is the place to work!

Role Summary

As Orthopaedic Sister, you will lead part of a talented, dedicated team of people committed to providing the very best in Orthopaedic and sports injury care. The aim is to create an outstanding place to work; one that is friendly and supportive, as well as rewarding on a personal and professional level.

The post holder will be responsible for the day to day management of the clinic working closely with the Outpatient Nurses to ensure a seamless package of care to all patients.

Principal Accountabilities:

Deliver skilled practical nursing care and participate in the monitoring of planning, delivery and evaluation of individualised patient care in relevant areas of practice.
Prepare and maintain clinical records of patient care in line with NMC standards for records and record keeping.
Administer treatments and care to patients following policies and in accordance with Consultant protocols.
Meet legal and statutory requirements e.g. Health and Safety, COSHH Regulations, Manual Handling and the control of drugs.
Participate in the implementation and evaluation of standards of care within the department.
Provide support and training to other members of staff, such as staff orientation and procedures and equipment handling.
Continue to develop clinical knowledge and professional skills of practice.
Ensure completion of mandatory training within 3 months of start date.
Deal with any complaints, accidents, incidents and near misses both verbally and in writing.
Monitor and maintain clinic equipment and manage any deficiency in services.
Adhere to the NMC Code of Professional Conduct.