Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP) – Intermediate Care

    Part-time Permanent in Advanced Nurse Practitioners
    • Post Date : May 10, 2024
    • Apply Before : June 3, 2024
    • Salary: £57,449.00 - £68,525.00 / Yearly
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    Job Description

    Are you an Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP) looking to join a growing social enterprise with great benefits including a £4,000 welcome/retention bonus, NHS pension and NHS car fleet scheme? Primary Care 24 (PC24) are excited to share the position of Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP).

    Please note this location only has part time hours available but full times hours can be offered across our services.

    This is an exciting time for PC24 as we are transforming and implementing new models of care across our services and increasing our input into providing support to intermediate care facilities.

    This clinical role will require the post-holder to have extensive experience in assessing the needs of older people, including being able to work independently within the nursing and residential care home environment.

     

    Key responsibilities

     

    • Demonstrate high level of competence/advanced skills in clinical examination and diagnosis. Undertake ward rounds and individual review of patients as required
    • Interpret pathology/radiology results/reports and action where appropriate
    • Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills to provide enhanced discussions with resident and families regarding end of life wishes/planning
    • Embed core values and expectations of care, compassions, courage, communication, commitment, and competence into everyday practice
    • Prescribe and review medication for therapeutic effectiveness, appropriate to patient needs and in accordance with evidence-based practice and national/local protocols and within scope of practice.

     

    About you

     

    You will be an experienced ACP who is able to deliver quality individualised care to our patients with a high level of autonomy underpinned by the four pillars of Clinical practice, leadership and management, education and research. You will be expected to utilise your skills in advanced clinical assessment and diagnostics reasoning to make complex decisions to determine and initiate changes to treatment. Flexibility, compassion and a can-do approach is essential for this position. The successful candidate will need to fulfil all the role requirements to be shortlisted for interview.

     

    You will have a master’s in advanced clinical and able to undertake comprehensive assessments, diagnose plan and prescribe medication. You will have experience of working in the acute sector, frailty services or in the older person environment and undertake comprehensive face to face clinical examination via ward rounds and individual review. You will practice autonomously whilst demonstrating a person-centered approach to meet PC24 patient health care needs.

     

    As a PC24 ANP/ACP you will have an MSc in advanced Clinical Practice

    • Full NMC Registration with no restrictions
    • MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice
    • Non-Medical Prescriber – V300
    • Clinical Examination and Diagnostics Level 7
    • Experience of working in elderly care

     

    What’s on offer?

     

    • Permanent opportunity – Part time & bank also available
    • £2,000 welcome bonus T&C’s apply
    • £2,000 retention bonus T&C’s apply
    • £57,449 to 68,525 per annum DOE, based on a 37.5 hour week
    • Locations across Southport
    • NHS pension scheme T&C’s apply
    • 27 days annual leave
    • Continue Professional Development
    • Clinical Supervision
    • NHS car fleet scheme
    • Ride to work scheme
    • Long service rewards

     

    About us

     

    Primary Care 24 (PC24) is a not-for-profit social enterprise established in 1990, delivering NHS contracts exclusively.

    Much of our surplus is reinvested in patients and staff. We believe that primary healthcare should be accessible for everyone and are committed to delivering the best quality care we can, challenging social exclusion and working locally, where and when we can, to support our communities. We combine the best of the NHS with social enterprise innovation, developing solutions for NHS primary care and caring for our clinicians so that they can, in turn, care for our patients.

     

     Closing Date: 22nd May 2024

     

    This vacancy may close before the closing date if the recruiting manager deems sufficient applications have been received. Therefore, it is advised to complete your application as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

     

     

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