Exciting Opportunities for Prescribing Nurses and Paramedics – Peterborough
Are you looking for varied work in Out of Hours? We are recruiting Prescribers with unscheduled/emergency care experience. If you are passionate about helping others and are patient centred, we want to hear from you.
Who are we?
HUC provides accessible and high quality Integrated Urgent Healthcare services to nearly 3 million patients across a range of counties, including Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Bedfordshire and West Essex.
When patients are ill and need the right medical attention, they use our NHS111 service to access medical advice, assessment and treatment. We also provide a range of other healthcare services to support patients including Out of Hours GP service and running urgent care centres.
You will clinically assess acutely unwell patients in HUC’s out of hour’s base at Peterborough City Care Centre, Peterborough.
As part of the Integrated Urgent Care (IUC) team, with GP colleagues and Pharmacists you will form part of a wider Clinical workforce team, assessing, receiving patients as they present with undifferentiated and undiagnosed problems, offering treatment, advice or referral as appropriate.
This role offers a combination of face to face consultations at the base, home visits and telephone triage. Referrals are from NHS111 and you will be confident in telephone consultations. Patient groups include infants, elderly care and end of life.
Working as part of a 24/7 multi disciplinary team, hours include evenings and weekends. Contracted hours and bank opportunities are available.
We are looking for Clinicians to support HUC's delivery of outstanding patient care.
You must be a Registered General Nurse or Paramedic and have:
We can offer you
Current Pay Rates:
Hourly rates of pay are dependent on times and days worked:
Enhancements apply on Bank Holidays
Benefits of joining us:
The first stage interviews may be held via Microsoft Teams.
If successful, you will be paid to complete a full day’s induction, which will include system training, followed by a number of buddy shifts to prepare you for the role.
As HUC is an organisation commissioned by the NHS, all roles are listed on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (SI 1975/1023), which means they are eligible for a standard or enhanced check as appropriate from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
We are fully committed to Equality of Opportunity and welcome applications from all sections of the community.