Bank Staff Nurse (on)
As a Registered General Nurse, you'll join our dedicated and passionate team at HMYOI Aylesbury Integrated Healthcare Services. Working as part of a small team, in a fast paced environment, you'll be providing primary care to young people and managing occasional acute illness and injury. You'll want to work with a diverse group of young people, in a service that seeks to focus on peoples wellbeing and promoting health. HMYOI Aylesbury is a young offender institution, housing young male offenders aged between 17 and 21. Aylesbury holds the longest sentenced young adult males in the English prison system.
In this role, you will: • Carry out and develop if required nurse lead clinics within agreed guidelines and protocols. • Assume responsibility for development, implementation and evaluation of patient care and standards. • Review the patient history of follow up attendees, undertake appropriate examination and tests, and organise treatment where necessary. • Refer patients to other health care professionals or agencies where appropriate. • Adhere to infection control policies. • Have an understanding, empathetic approach to patients, recognising that many will be worried and anxious. • Maintain accurate records at all times documenting details of tests, treatment and follow up in patient’s notes and on the department database.
• RGN • Registered with NMC - must have valid PIN • Evidence of updating practice and continued professional development • Willing to undertake education/courses relevant to area of practice and service development
This is a Bank role, working shifts as and when required - to cover holidays, sickness etc. The hourly rate for this role is a flat rate of £16.06 - £23 per hour (depending on experience). Please note that Bank contracts are subject to receipt of satisfactory references, enhanced DBS check and prison vetting.To be successful in this role, you must: • Demonstrate knowledge of principles and philosophy of Clinical Governance. • Health & Safety. • Demonstrates ability to respond to situations and act on own initiative. • Good interpersonal skills. • Evidence of good record keeping. • Performing clinical audits.