Proposed Salary £21,089 £23,761 A Year
Career Level Managerial
Experience Less Than 1 Year
Qualifications Master's Degree
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We are pleased to announce an exciting vacancy for a part-time (20 hours per week) Band 4, Ward Discharge Co-Coordinator to support a multi-disciplinary team, specialising in the rehabilitation of the local population, within Bishops Castle Community Hospital .
This role offers the opportunity to assist the Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Social Workers, on the ward, to facilitate and support, person-centred & timely discharges back to a patient’s own home or intermediate care facilities.
The key responsibilities of the position will be to assist in the multi-disciplinary management of patients and to co-ordinate the discharge process by liaising with other health and social care professionals. The post holder will interact closely with patients, family members, carer’s and third party agencies, to gather information about the patient’s previous and current care requirements. You will also work closely with the therapy team to establish an understanding of the patients’ needs for discharge.
The individual will require good communication skills, with the ability to challenge, problem- solve and prioritise your workload, in difficult circumstances. You will be required to work under your own initiative but also as part of a diverse and dynamic team.
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