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Known the world over for its clinical excellence, this hospital is the only private hospital in London entirely dedicated to women and children. They`re proud to have developed a reputation as one of the world`s leading providers of private healthcare, specialising in Obstetrics (Maternity), Women's Health and Paediatrics. The Paediatric department has been consistently growing over the past few years, almost doubling since 2008. They have 45 inpatient beds + 11 day case and are equipped with the latest technology to provide advanced medical and surgical care, including a Paediatric Intensive Care Unit which reflects the acuity of the children who are admitted to the hospital. The ratios for care on the wards are 4:1 Patients:Nurses during the day and 3:1 overnight unless patients require 1:1 care. As part of the therapies team the successful candidate will have access to fantastic benefits. On top of this they will not only work in a friendly and inspiring environment, they will also have the opportunity to participate in benefits unique to the hospital including a yoga class and discounted massages as well as having access to the delicious and reasonably priced food at the staff canteen.
To be responsible and accountable for the assessment of required care needs and the development, implementation and evaluation of holistic care for children on the post surgical and general medical ward. Minimum of 8 shifts per month.
Duties and Responsibilities
- To plan and provide an exceptional level of patient care, including administering drugs through intravenous routes - To act as a role model for nursing - To support students and junior nurses in their professional development, creating a supportive atmosphere for learning - To teach parents the clinical skills they need to care for their child - To ensure that all patient records are accurate and within the required time frames
Skills & Experience
- NMC Registered with a valid RN1/RNA and/or RN8/RNC (or equivalent) - Basic/Intermediate Paediatric Life Support - Excellent clinical governance and experience with audits - IV and gastronomy competent - Understanding of Safeguarding issues - Experience working as a children`s nurse - Trachy trained
About the Individual
The successful candidate will be committed to providing exceptional patient centred care demonstrating an understanding of cross cultural differences. They will work well in a team, showing respect, sharing information and supporting others as well as using their own initiative. Strong time management skills and a professional approach to work are key.