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Rehabilitation Coordinator- Acute

Nhs Lanarkshire
Closing date
26 Jul 2021

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Fixed Term until 1st September 2022

Base- UH Hairmyres - with responsibility across the West of Scotland Regional Vascular Service (NHS Lanarkshire, NHS Ayrshire & Arran, NHS Dumfries & Galloway)

This 12 month fixed term or secondment is an exciting opportunity to join the newly transformed West of Scotland Regional Vascular Service. The post holder will be responsible for facilitating the most appropriate rehabilitation from admission into University Hospital Hairmyres (UHH) through to a patients rehabilitation phase in NHS Lanarkshire, NHS Ayrshire & Arran and NHS Dumfries & Galloway.

The role will be integral to the ongoing clinical governance of the WoS Vascular Service, reporting on key performance indicators, outcomes measures and delivering the clinical implementation of service improvements.

The postholder will exercise advanced knowledge and skills to direct clinical care across sites for vascular patients through high level leadership in the provision of high quality and safe management pathway patient care.

If you have any queries regarding the application form or recruitment process, please contact Lyn Henry, Recruitment Administrator on 01698 754373

For informal enquries please contact Abi Campbell, Physio Lead - UHH, 01355 584418 /

Please note: we anticipate a high level of interest in this position and may close the advert once a sufficient amount of applications are received. Therefore, please make sure you complete and submit your application at an early stage.

Whilst this advertisement may be for a specific post(s) in a particular location, applicants who are shortlisted for interview may be considered for similar vacancies in alternative locations.
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