Staff Nurse - Medicine and Oncology
HCL is working with a prestigious private hospital in the heart of London's medical district and only a stone`s throw away from Harley Street. We offer the very highest standards of clinical skills and nursing care across a wide range of specialities. Ours is a vibrant, professional and friendly environment. The technology and equipment available to you is second to none in the industry and some of the most advanced in the country and our employees take pride in being the very best at what they do.
Over the last 5 years there has been significant investment into the hospitals facilities to modernise it, this has created a space that is conducive to a calm and restful atmosphere for both the recovering patient and staff that work there.
The Oncology unit consists of 20 beds with a mix of medical and oncology patients, typically receiving medical emergency admissions from our dedicated Urgent Care Centre. We also undertake chemotherapy administration and palliative care.
The Staff Nurse within the Oncology team main responsibility will be to assess, plan, deliver and implement a high standard of nursing care, ensuring that the individual needs of the patient are responded to. The position will require effectively working within the team, supervising junior staff and deputising for senior staff when necessary, as well as independently.
Duties and Responsibilities
Provide the highest standards of quality holistic nursing care using evidence based practice.
Demonstrate good understanding of medical, haematology and oncology nursing.
Demonstrate compassion and empathy at all time.
Work closely with the multidisciplinary team in order to provide the best possible experience for our patients.
Assess, plan, implement and evaluate care to meet the patient and their family`s needs
Early recognition of clinical problems and report or take appropriate action
Maintain accurate records
Decontaminate equipment, ensuring it is in good working order
Skills & Experience
NMC Registered Nurse
Contemporaneous experience within a Cancer specialty with a minimum of 1 years post registration experience
Evidence of continuing professional development linked to demonstrable competencies
Be prepared to achieve a mentorship qualification
Be committed to working towards a specialist qualification
Skilled in Phlebotomy / Cannulation / Care of CVADs/ IV administration
Patient assessment skills
About the Individual
The successful candidate will be adaptable and able to meet changing working patterns and caseload, working independently as well as within the team. They will possess a passion for delivering customer service and a desire to provide an exceptional patient experience. Due to the nature of the role, adherence to policy, procedure and guidelines will be of paramount importance in conjunction with the customer-centric attitude.
HCL Permanent London