Job descriptionAn exciting opportunity has become available for Band 2 HCAs at Foxley Ward in Dereham Hospital. This is a fixed term post of 6 months. There is a possibility that this length could be extended/ position offered elsewhere in the trust for the right candidate. If you’re hardworking, compassionate and a great team player then we would like you to apply for the position to expand team. We would welcome your application if you have an enthusiasm for making a difference to people's hospital experience. Foxley Ward delivers quality and patient centred care,providing rehabilitation to a wide group of patients with varying complexities of needs. Our patients come to us following medical, surgical or orthopaedic treatment or if appropriate, directly from their own homes. We also provide palliative and end of life care. Good opportunities exist for further training and development within the role and you will be joining an enthusiastic, supportive, friendly Multi-Disciplinary Team. This post involves rotation between day and night duties, full and part time posts are available, and the Trust supports flexible working. Previous care experience is essential in view of the fixed term nature of this post. Foxley Ward is temporarily increasing bed capacity to 32 to help with the winter pressures across the NHS. We welcome informal visits, call the Ward Manager, Debbie Barnes on 01362655240 or [email protected] 1. To work as a member of the multi-disciplinary team promoting the continuity of patient rehabilitation and care as planned. 2. To be pro-active in assisting the organisation of nursing and therapy activities. 3. To contribute to the development and evaluation of nursing care. 4. To be pro-active on ward rounds and in multi-disciplinary team meetings Apply now to join an organisation that has been awarded an ‘Outstanding’ rating by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the highest possible rating and the first stand-alone NHS Community Trust in the country to be awarded the title. 1.Implement care for patients on the as defined by the individualised care plan. 2. Provide a high standard of direct care for patients. 3. To work in a collaborative manner with all other staff working within the unit. 4. To carry out direct patient care 5. To establish relationships with patients, family and friends that helps allow them to express their needs. 6. Communicate relevant information regarding the needs of patients, family and friends. 7. To document and sign all care interventions provided. 8. To be involved in the induction and mentoring of new staff where applicable.
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