Advanced Nurse Practitioner - West Midlands Clinical Hub
About the Job
We have an Integrated Urgent Care (IUC) service across the West Midlands which means that we are delivering urgent care through NHS 111 and our Clinical Assessment Service (CAS), utilising GPs and specialist clinicians to deliver the best possible urgent care services 24/7, 365 days per year, to over 4 million patients in the West Midlands. If you have the passion and desire to deliver a better urgent care service to the people that matter then look no further, as this could be the job for you! To help deliver this vision we wish to appoint an Advanced Nurse Practitioner who is able to independently prescribe. The job will be based in our CAS in Brierley Hill, which is call centre based. You will be responsible for assessing patients, planning their care, administering treatment and discharge or refer them as appropriate to other healthcare professionals / external agencies via the telephone. Our permanent roles run up to 37.5 hours per week however we also have bank and self-employed opportunities available, which will give you the flexibility to choose how you wish to work and with a rota made over a month in advance you have plenty of notice to plan your life around work. This is an exciting new opportunity to make a difference to patients, simplifying the way that they can access urgent care to get the right treatment in the right place at the right time. You will be working within a Multi-Disciplinary Team in the CAS which consists of GPs/ANPs, Registered Nurses, UCPs, Mental Health and Dental Nurses and Prescribing Pharmacists and Pharmacy Advisors
What can we offer you?
• Up to GBP48 an hour depending on shifts worked • Company Pension • Indemnity Cover • 25 days annual leave + bank holidays • Varied, interesting and challenging work • Cycle to work scheme • Online discounts
How will we support you?
• Regional and National career development opportunities • Regular clinical supervision and education events, including the opportunity to have a weekly case discussion with the Medical Lead • Bimonthly evening meals/clinical updates for the team, where we also invite external speakers • Our bespoke Learning Management System to address your learning needs • Discounted rates for national update/clinical topic refreshers. • Support from the wider team, should you need it.
About Care UK
Care UK was founded in 1982. Today our healthcare services include treatment centres, prison health services, GP practices, NHS walk-in centres, GP out-of-hours and clinical assessment and diagnostics facilities. This means that we provide a greater range of specialist care services than any other organisation in the UK. Care UK is the largest independent provider of urgent care services in England incorporating OOH's, single point of access and referral management. We deliver excellent, high value patient care on behalf of the NHS for over eight million patients across England. We work with the NHS to deliver high quality healthcare services, reducing waiting times and giving the patient a greater level of choice. We also take healthcare services closer to where people live and work - increasing the efficiency and quality of the services we deliver and helping to reduce waiting times. For more information, please visit our website
If you would like to talk to our friendly recruiters for further information, or for a full, comprehensive Job Description, please contact Lucy Brown Please note that offers of employment are subject to receipt of satisfactory references and a DBS check. Care UK is committed to creating a diverse environment and we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. If you would like to talk to one of our friendly recruiters for further information or for a full, comprehensive job description, please contact
• Be an autonomous Nurse Practitioner with a patient assessment qualification and recent work
experience within a Primary/Urgent Care environment
• Hold an independent prescribing qualification
• Hold an NMC Pin
• Be able to see, treat and discharge patients of all ages with unscheduled presentations