Registered Nurse - UCC
- Job Type
The Clementine Churchill Hospital located in the leafy suburbs of North London is BMI Healthcare’s Flagship London Hospital.
We are proud of who we are and what we do; the hospital is a great place to work where you will make a real impact on people’s lives every day.
Our staff make the hospital the very special place that is – and we are committed to nurturing and developing them to achieve their potential in their chosen area. The nursing teams are supported by specialist nurses including Level 3 ITU, theatres, spinal, colorectal, bariatrics as well as a joint specialist nursing post with Macmillan.
We have 120 beds including ITU, General and Surgical Wards, Spinal and Orthopaedic, Day Surgery, Urgent Care Centre as well as our 5 theatres an Endoscopy Suite and an Ambulatory Care Unit.
We would not be able to offer complex medical and surgery care if we didn’t continually invest in our nurses. There is a great training and career progression opportunities, an open-door management policy and a real team spirit; it’s the career destination of choice. You can expect to be working in an environment that promotes the development of your skills and knowledge.
BMI Healthcare’s Clementine Churchill Hospital has a vacancy for a Registered Nurse to join their team of staff within the UCC Department.
This post is for 37.5 hours per week long days , during week days, weekends and bank holidays.
It is essential that applicants have the following:
- Teaching and Assessing eg 998
- A & E Course
- Child protection
- Supervision skills
- Sound knowledge of professional issues
- Excellent communication skills
- Knowledge of Emergency Care Legislation
- A & E experience
- Evidence of ongoing professional development
Duties of this role include:
- To conduct initial nursing assessment and to recognise the need for prioritisation where needs exist.
- To have efficient knowledge and be able to identify signs of cardiac / respiratory arrest and respond to immediate basic life support where need exists.
- Taking the initiative to report any concerns where deterioration of patients clinical condition has been observed to senior emergency nurses or emergency doctors
- Close conduction and monitoring of appropriate vital signs and additional investigations needed to provide quality of nursing care
- To conduct agreed competencies within the Scope of Professional Practice without direct supervision
- To maintain good nurse – patient relationships by communicating and keeping patients informed at all times regarding their care management whilst receiving treatment
- Assist with clinical duties in other areas of the hospital when the need arises
- Participate and ensure regular cleaning of trolleys including preparation of instruments, how to test equipment used in the emergency care centre
- To be familiar with the use of equipment applications in dealing with potentially life-threatening conditions
Please see attached role profile for further detailed information on the responsibilities and accountabilities of this vacancy.
With accessible transport links and a variety of other career opportunities across the hospital – please get in touch for any further information.
Being the UK’s largest private healthcare provider, BMI Healthcare is able to offer staff excellent training support and progression potential, making this an excellent place to work.