Band 6 - Scrub Practitioner - Orthopaedics, Theatres
West Hertfordshire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
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Band 6 - Scrub Practitioner - Orthopaedics - Theatres
An opportunity has arisen for a Band 6 Senior Scrub Practitioner for Orthopaedics to join our friendly team at St Albans City Hospital.
The Theatres here are elective and cover a wide range of Orthopaedic surgery; spinal, lower limb, upper limb, revision surgery, hand, foot & ankle and arthroscopic work. The work is very diverse and interesting.
Opportunities in theatres
- Excellent team working in a multi professional environment.
- Mentorship opportunities supporting the diverse professions working in the operating department
- Supported induction and preceptorship programmes with skills and competency packages relevant to the specialist area of surgical practice.
Main duties of the job
The post holder will be responsible as the Band 6 scrubteam leader inOrthopaedics based on the St Albans City Hospital (SACH) site.
The role will require leadership and motivation of the multi-disciplinary team.
There has never been a more exciting time to join West Hertfordshire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust! Major redevelopment works are due for completion by 2025 or soon after. These will be most dramatic at Watford General Hospital where up to 90% of buildings will be new.
The trust has recently gained 'teaching hospital' status which reflects the dedicated work of many teams and individuals who have set the standard for delivering high quality training, learning and education at all levels of the workforce.
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The post holder will be:
Responsible for the assessment of care needs, planning, delivering and evaluating a high standard of nursing care. Contributing to the safe and efficient running of the operating theatre department, through the acceptance of agreed additional responsibilities. An accomplished communicator able to contribute, implement and evaluate clinical and professional standards. Initiating and developing evidence based practice ensuring all staff are aware of current issues and changes. Ensuring the administration and documentation of drugs is in accordance with Trust policy.
Please see attached Job Description for more details regarding this role.
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