Remedy support is seeking for Health care assistants to work in NHS hospitals

Remedy support is seeking for Health care assistants to work in NHS hospitals

Clinical: Deliver clinical and therapeutic care to patients as required within set protocols/policies and within the scope of the Health Care Support Worker remit.

Participate in patient assessment (with direct supervision and after appropriate delegation from the Registered Practitioner/Assistant Practitioner), to deliver high standards of care. Perform area specific clinical competencies to enhance the delivery of patient care/therapy (List of Specific Clinical Competencies (Nursing) in appendix 1Under supervision follow individual care treatment plans, and report any changes immediately to the Registered Practitioner/Assistant Practitioner. Work effectively as part of a team.

Maintain effective communication with patients, relatives and members of the Multidisciplinary team regarding all aspects of care demonstrating a variety of communication skills in accordance with the patient group.

Contribute to clear concise patient records and documentation adhering to national standards and trust policies and procedures. Provide information to other members of the Multi-disciplinary team on the care/therapy provided

 Administration: Use IT systems for e.g. data collection, patient records, information and treatment investigative requests. Effectively utilise resources within departmental budgetary requirements. Ensure that correct procedures are followed in the event of an incident or accident involving patients, staff or visitors.

Areas to be covered:

 Aylesbury, Wycombe, Amersham, Camberley, Surrey, Herts & Essex Hospital, Address: Haymeads Lane, Oxford and Cambridge Wards, Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, CM23 5JH

 Address & Contact Details: Display only email Address on Job Portal

Name: Elizabeth N

Designation: Registered care manager

Email: [email protected]

Contact#: 01753537797/07877268887

The urban building, 3-9 Albert Street, Slough SL12BE

We welcome:

Applicants with lived experience, including providing unpaid care and/or support to a family member or friend with a disability, health condition, frailty, mental health problem, addiction or other health and care needs.

Applications from people who have used our services.

We also understand the value of having a positive work life balance and consider requests for flexible working for all our positions.

 Why join us?

You will be part of a supportive, innovative management and leadership team, helping us to transform our mental health services to deliver the best care.

The following are the hospitals we are looking for staff: (amersham, wycombe and aylesbury)

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