Staff Vacancies

Nurse Practitioner Vacancy

Church Hill Surgery, are seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated and experienced Nurse practitioner, to join our surgery on a part time or full time basis. We are located in the lovely Pulham Market and have a practice list size of 4500 patients. Our surgery is an easy commute to Diss and Norwich.

The Nurse Practitioner (NP) will act autonomously within their professional scope of practice providing care for patients via face to face, telephone consultations and home visits. The post holder will operate within their own sphere of competence and agreed acceptable limits of practice to provide expert professional clinical advice to patients, carers and colleagues, ensuring clinical safety and excellence.

We are offering up to £33 per hour for this role. 

The ideal candidate will also have the following job description:

  • Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to deliver safe and high quality care.
  • Carries out clinical nursing practice at an advanced level using expert clinical skills, critical judgements & knowledge to deliver appropriate and safe care.
  • Delivery of care in line with NICE guidelines and evidence-based care
  • Triage and treat patients, performing specialist assessment of their needs and make referrals as necessary to other members of the primary and secondary health care teams as appropriate
  • Co-ordinate the planning and delivery of care ensuring patients and carers/relatives are involved.
  • Prescribing and reviewing medication that is appropriate to patient needs and in accordance with latest evidence-based practice, national and practice protocols and within the scope of qualified practice.
  • Diagnose and manage acute and chronic conditions, including drug and non-drug based treatment methods into a management plan.
  • Request diagnostic investigations and interpret within agreed protocols e.g. x-ray, blood tests, scans, etc.
  • Assess, diagnose and treat patients in practice premises or their own home who require medical attention and/or refer to appropriate agency.
  • Maintains accurate and legible patient records in line with professional and organisational requirements – this includes contemporary paper records and electronic patient record system
  • Actively participates and contributes to team meetings. Initiates health promotion activities with individuals, patients and carers.
  • Participates in clinical audit and the implementation of changes to ways of working and/or clinical practice as a result of findings, recommendations and action plans
  • Participates in risk assessment and promotes the safety and well-being of patients, staff and any other persons at all times and assist in ensuring a safe work environment
  • Ensure that all complaints, untoward incidents, accidents and areas of clinical risk are identified and reported to the lead GP, Nurse Manager or Practice Manager in accordance with the organisational policy and expected professional practice.

If you are interested in this tole, Please call the surgery on 01379676227and ask to speak with Ifey  Enaohwo for an informal discussion



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