Senior Inpatient Physiotherapist - Leeds

Nuffield Health
£26,800 - £34,400/Year
02 Dec 2017
02 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Nuffield Health Leeds are currently looking for a Senior Inpatient Physiotherapist to work in the Hospital. The role of the Senior Inpatient Physiotherapist is, when required, to deliver a high quality physiotherapy service through assessment, planning implementation and evaluation of treatment within scope of practice. Role ContextNuffield Health Wellbeing is the UK's leading expert in employee health, vitality and wellness, providing services nationally to over 1,500 corporate clients and 120,000 employees annually. We employ over 1,000 personnel, mainly healthcare and fitness professionals, and provide services from our own network of 50 facilities as well as within the premises of over 100 corporate clients.Within our hospital based specialist centres the Inpatient Physiotherapist will, in conjunction with other team members, deliver high quality clinical care to our patients within the clinic and ward setting, focused on general inpatient work including cardiac, general and orthopaedic surgery and supporting the evening and weekend on-call rota.Key RequirementsBSc Physiotherapy (or equivalent)Considerable post graduate Inpatient Physiotherapy experience.Registered with the UK Health Professionals Council (HPC).Confident communicator with ability to engage effectively with general public and other health care professionals.Competent and confident IT user - intermediate/advanced skills in Word and Excel. Ability to prioritise and deal with varied workload in an effective and timely manner.Assist other Physiotherapists with day to day activities. Ability to demonstrate an active continuing professional development portfolio which reflects a desire to develop as a practitioner.Commitment towards the use of evidence-based practice and be able to demonstrate excellent clinical skills in chosen field. An interest (or experience) in cardiac rehabilitation services would be desirable.Duties and Responsibilities Clinical
Deliver high quality, effective clinical care through assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of treatment. Ensure ongoing monitoring of the standard of treatment provided.Ensure compliance with all professional, clinical and integrated governance standards and participate in clinical audit and other quality assurance processes.Cover sickness and annual leave during normal working hours.Participate in the on call rota as required. Non Clinical
Ensure effective communication with other clinical staff and stakeholders and actively promote the services provided. Ensure that all clinical records are accurately maintained and conform to all legal requirements. Ensure that the IT system is used to fulfil both clinical and financial targets.Maintain relevant clinical skills and provide ongoing evidence of personal CPD and professional registration requirements. Ensure professional and effective communication with all patients, visitors and other clinical staff. General InformationThe role holder will be expected to perform any other duties that may reasonably be asked of themThe role holder will be required to comply with the policies and procedures in place at all times