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Ophthalmic Practitioner (Bank)

  • Closing date25/02/2024
  • Role TypeBank
Location(s)
Ross Hall Hospital - Glasgow

Overview

Ophthalmic Practitioner
The Ross Hall Clinic                    
Bank Shifts
Up to £18.00 per hour

The Ross Hall Clinic in Glasgow is part of Circle Health Group, Britain's leading provider of independent healthcare with a nationwide network of hospitals & clinics, performing more complex surgery than any other private healthcare provider in the country. 

We have an opportunity for a Ophthalmic Practitioner to join their team of staff in the Ophthalmology department.

This is a bank role working on an “as and when required” basis, you will be required to supplement staffing levels during busy periods and provide cover for existing staff in times of annual leave or absence.

Applicants should meet the following criteria:

  • Evidence of degree level study or equivalent.
  • Evidence of relevant clinical professional development preferably evidenced by certification RN with valid NMC Registration.
  • Maths, English GCSE at grades A to C or equivalent functional skills level 2 evidence.
  • Proficient in the use of a PC, including the use of software and systems.
  • No qualifications needed, training will be provided.

Duties of this role include: 

  • Co-ordinate the outpatient ophthalmic services and support a seamless patient pathway, providing support, and act as a resource to staff of all levels, and develop nursing practice in the delivery of care to ophthalmic patients, through innovative strategies.  To work as part of a team, to promote, deliver and maintain high standards of nursing, meeting the needs of Team members, Patients and Consultants.
  • Support  the  team to  deliver care that helps improve the health of the individual and wider community.
  • Support the team in demonstrating compassion through effective relationships based on empathy, respect and dignity.
  • Develop own competence to deliver effective care and treatments through improving clinical/technical knowledge / skill, and expertise.
  • Communicate appropriately with others involved in the care of the patient.
  • Act as an advocate for safeguarding patients, demonstrate courage to speak up when there are concerns about care.
  • Demonstrate commitment to improving care and the patient experience.
  • To promote and safeguard the well-being and interests of patients, relatives and visitors.
  • To lead a team of staff including Consultants, Registered Nurses, HCAs & Administration workforce.
  • Delivery of individualised patient care.
  • Responsible for care planning.

Salary & Benefits:

Circle Health Group Healthcare offers a competitive hourly rate.

“Our culture is a result of the way our people live and breathe our philosophy, which combines our purpose, principles and values.

To find out more about the Circle Health Group Philosophy: https://careers.circlehealthgroup.co.uk/why-circle/our-philosophy

Interested?

Apply for this job

  • Closing date25/02/2024
  • Role TypeBank
Location(s)
Ross Hall Hospital - Glasgow

Overview

Ophthalmic Practitioner
The Ross Hall Clinic                    
Bank Shifts
Up to £18.00 per hour

The Ross Hall Clinic in Glasgow is part of Circle Health Group, Britain's leading provider of independent healthcare with a nationwide network of hospitals & clinics, performing more complex surgery than any other private healthcare provider in the country. 

We have an opportunity for a Ophthalmic Practitioner to join their team of staff in the Ophthalmology department.

This is a bank role working on an “as and when required” basis, you will be required to supplement staffing levels during busy periods and provide cover for existing staff in times of annual leave or absence.

Applicants should meet the following criteria:

  • Evidence of degree level study or equivalent.
  • Evidence of relevant clinical professional development preferably evidenced by certification RN with valid NMC Registration.
  • Maths, English GCSE at grades A to C or equivalent functional skills level 2 evidence.
  • Proficient in the use of a PC, including the use of software and systems.
  • No qualifications needed, training will be provided.

Duties of this role include: 

  • Co-ordinate the outpatient ophthalmic services and support a seamless patient pathway, providing support, and act as a resource to staff of all levels, and develop nursing practice in the delivery of care to ophthalmic patients, through innovative strategies.  To work as part of a team, to promote, deliver and maintain high standards of nursing, meeting the needs of Team members, Patients and Consultants.
  • Support  the  team to  deliver care that helps improve the health of the individual and wider community.
  • Support the team in demonstrating compassion through effective relationships based on empathy, respect and dignity.
  • Develop own competence to deliver effective care and treatments through improving clinical/technical knowledge / skill, and expertise.
  • Communicate appropriately with others involved in the care of the patient.
  • Act as an advocate for safeguarding patients, demonstrate courage to speak up when there are concerns about care.
  • Demonstrate commitment to improving care and the patient experience.
  • To promote and safeguard the well-being and interests of patients, relatives and visitors.
  • To lead a team of staff including Consultants, Registered Nurses, HCAs & Administration workforce.
  • Delivery of individualised patient care.
  • Responsible for care planning.

Salary & Benefits:

Circle Health Group Healthcare offers a competitive hourly rate.

“Our culture is a result of the way our people live and breathe our philosophy, which combines our purpose, principles and values.

To find out more about the Circle Health Group Philosophy: https://careers.circlehealthgroup.co.uk/why-circle/our-philosophy

Interested?

Apply for this job

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