Post expires at 5:30pm on Monday 27th September 2021
Post expires at 5:27pm on Monday 27th September 2021
Seeking hours across the out of hours period 18.30 through 08.00am weekdays and 24/7 at weekends. An exciting opportunity to work flexibly providing excellent ‘patient care by people who care’. Remote working, face to face clinical sessions, and remote assessing within our friendly call centre are all possibilities to consider.
Successful applicants in this role will recognise the importance of a patient-focused service, have excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, a good standard of IT literacy and willingness to sometimes work in more than one of our bases within Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
The core purpose of this role is to co-ordinate the effective scheduling and deployment of clinical and mobile resources (cars, drivers, doctors and nurses) to manage the patient demand into the Integrated Urgent Care Service from the NHS111 generated dispatch queue.
Are you an Advanced Nurse Practitioner wishing to make an impact in primary care?
Do you wish to join an existing clinical team in a diverse multicultural area of Bristol Inner City Primary Care Network based at Charlotte Keel Medical Practice
A&E departments in Bristol are really busy at the moment. If you are worried about an urgent health problem and you're not sure what to do call 111 or go online to 111.nhs.uk. It's free to call and you will speak to a trained health advisor who will direct you to the right care for your needs. Help us to help you by only going to A&E in a real emergency.
The NHS is there to look after all of us, everyday. Free at the point of use for all who need it, but do you know how much it costs to run the National Health Service? Or how much it cost each time you use it?
Congratulations to BrisDoc's Cally Slaughter and the whole 2017 cohort who has just finished the very first Foundation Nursing Associate Training Programme. This pilot scheme was designed to train healthcare workers from a variety of backgrounds to work in a newly developed role as an NMC registered Band 4 Nursing Associate.