Registered Mental Health Nurse - Wellington

Recruiter
Elysium Healthcare
Location
Wellington
Posted
12 Feb 2018
Closes
21 Feb 2018
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Registered Mental Health Nurse / RMN

Are you a passionate, driven
Registered Mental Health Nurse / RMN looking for a new challenge within the Private
Mental Health sector? Then look no further!

About Elysium Healthcare:

Elysium Healthcare brings
together a unique approach to the delivery of care where the patient is
embedded in the heart of all aspects of hospital life. Our inclusive way of
working has the patient as a true partner in their care. We recognise that each
and every member of staff has an important role to play in the success of
Elysium. It is with their dedication, passion and hard work that we can deliver
excellent care programs that truly benefit the patients.

Elysium Healthcare has a network
of 41 services strategically placed across England and Wales. We currently have
a new, full-time, permanent RMN position become available at our Wellesley
Hospital service based near Taunton. Wellesley Hospital is a new, purpose built,
secure 75 bed hospital in the South West, which opened in January 2017 and
supports men and women with complex mental health problems.

Our Mental Health Nurse role involves:



Maintain high quality in all areas of practice
including effective team working; using a range of different approaches
including codes of conduct and practice, evidence-based practice, guidelines,
legislation, protocols, procedures, policies, standards and systems.


Adopting a systemic, individual approach to all
patient care plans and communicate the outcomes to the clinical team – both
verbally and in writing, ensuring all CPA and risk assessment documentation is
kept up to date


Ensuring effective communications of any concerns
relating to patient care


Prioritises own workload and manages own time to
ensure priorities are met and quality is not compromised


Supporting and supervising new or junior staff


Assisting and supporting regional management in
developing and implementing new services


To improve services in the interests of the
service users, carers and the organisation informed by current best practice
guidance


Managing the assessment, implementation and
evaluation of individual patient care plans while promoting a professional
working environment to ensure a high standard of patient care



Benefits include:



Competitive starting salary


Full training provided including Induction
Period


25 Days Annual Leave plus Bank Holidays


Pension Scheme


In House Training


Excellent Career Progression Opportunities


Free Parking & Free meals whilst on shift


Childcare Vouchers

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