Night Co-ordinator (RMN/RNLD)
Lakeside View is a 28 bedded hospital in Willenhall that cares for patients who are 18 years and over in an acute setting.
Finch Ward - 12 bedded male acute ward
Robin Ward - 8 bedded male acute ward
Swan Ward - 8 bedded female acute ward
The aim at Lakeside View is to provide a person centred approach and therapeutic environment, which promotes collaborative care planning to optimise treatment goals. Right from the point of admission to our acute services, our aim is to support patients to be discharged safely back into the community where they can continue to progress towards recovery in a less restrictive environment.
This will be achieved by:
* Thorough assessment of individuals needs throughout admission
* Person centred collaborative treatment plans
* A range of interventions available from a diverse MDT
* Being cared for in the a restrictive environment
The acute wards on site provides patients with excellent space and facilities, including en-suite bedrooms and large living spaces furnished with activity equipment such as games consoles.
Outside of the wards, a purpose built therapy suite contains a rehabilitation kitchen for patient cooking sessions, and a sessional therapy room. The hospital is set in the centre of an extensive nature reserve, which contains an abundance of flora & fauna. The site also has areas for outside sports activity.
To take an active role in management of the hospital at night. To provide clinical leadership of the nursing team on the wards, this includes being a highly visible role model and mentor to the nursing team. The post-holder has responsibility for overseeing and maintaining the highest standards of nursing care. The role will act as a senior clinical member of the team, providing advice and support from a nursing perspective, support with referrals, admission and discharges
and support with incidents The Role will also oversee and hold responsibility for the ward environment and its resources. Participate fully with the clinical team and undertake direct patient care. The ability to act quick and respond to a variety of needs. To have the ability to drive safety and dignity and continuous improvement through formulating action plans following audits/emergency scenarios.