Amy O’Hagan

    Caseload holder Phone: +447706345048
    • Member Since, June 25, 2024

      About Amy O’Hagan

      Skills

      effective communication Excellent communication Full drivers license good team worker very caring

      Education

      • Liverpool John Moores University 2022 - 2022

        Level 7 Clinical Examination and Diagnostics

        I successfully completed both courses at Level 7 in December 2022 which then allowed me to go on and do my Level 7 Non Medical Prescribing.

      • University of Liverpool 2022 - 2024

        Non medical Prescribing Level 7

        I have recently qualified as a non medical prescriber this year.

      Experience

      • Mersey care NHS Foundation Trust 2019 - Present

        Case Load Holder Band 6

        Tissue viability link nurse Manage four clinic sites with a caseload of patients of around 1000 Student link nurse Created Student and New started pack Deputy to Team Leader Complete off duty Manage staff and patients Involved in multidisciplinary meetings, safeguarding, MARAM and high-risk patients. Currently involved in transformation of treatment room service. Run nurse led clinics daily. Liaising with multidisciplinary teams. Liaising with Senior Leadership teams and being involved in transformation of the service. Completing audits. Liaise with Matrons and General Practitioners. Wound care. Catheter care. Injections.

      • Mersey Care Nhs Foundation Trust 2016 - 2019

        Band 5 District Nurse

        Working autonomously within the district Liasing with multidisciplinary teams and general practitioners Caring for palliative patients daily. Giving medication for the diabetic patients. Treating patients with intravenous antibiotics Wound care. Catheter care Injections Time management and workload

      • Mersey Care Foundation Trust 2013 - 2016

        Band 5 Staff Nurse Ward 5y Gastroenterology

        Caring for patients with gastroenterology problems Inserting nasogastric tubes Setting up and attaching TPN and NG feeds Caring for PICC lines Giving Intravenous antibiotics Catheter Care Caring for palliative patients Blood transfusions Medication rounds Ascitic drains Preparing patients for procedures Ward rounds Taking charge of shifts Caring for 8 – 12 patients daily Caring for palliative patients and families Inserting cannulas phlebotomy Dealing with emergencies Delegation and time management Created a Student Nurse Starter Pack Was nominated Employee of the month

      • Southport and Ormskirk NHS Trust 2011 - 2013

        Band 5 Staff Nurse - Gastroenterology and Endocrinology

        Caring for patients with gastroenterology problems Inserting nasogastric tubes Setting up and attaching TPN and NG feeds Caring for PICC lines Giving Intravenous antibiotics Catheter Care Caring for palliative patients Preparing patients for procedures Blood transfusions Medication rounds Ascitic drains Ward rounds Taking charge of shifts Caring for 12 patients daily Caring for palliative patients and families Inserting cannulas phlebotomy Dealing with emergencies Checking the resuscitation trolley daily Liasing with multidisciplinary teams Delegation and time management

      • Countess of Chester NHS Hospital 2007 - 2011

        Band 5 Staff Nurse - Orthopaedics

        Caring for patients with various fractures Preparing patients for surgery Caring for post-surgical patients Blood transfusions Intravenous antibiotics Dealing with emergencies Canulation Phlebotomy Catheter care Liasing with multidisciplinary teams Checking resuscitation trolley daily Liasing with multidisciplinary teams Working as a team Caring for 8 – 12 patients daily