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Bank Advanced Nurse Practitioner WIC

Wirral Community Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust Logo

41659 - 47672 GBP ANNUAL

Wirral Community Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust

London, United Kingdom

Amanda Pritchard

$5 to $25 million (USD)




Published 2024-05-26

Would you like to join our team working at Wirral Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust sites which include 2 Walk in Centre sites at Eastham and Victoria Central Hospital Wallasey and an Urgent Care Centre at APH with further opportunities at Primary Care Practices?
We are seeking clinically astute, motivated, enthusiastic Bank Advanced Nurse Practitioners to join our well established, experienced and friendly team. You will work flexibly across the Primary and Urgent Care locations to deliver timely and quality care, working closely with the Lead Nurses to manage and provide exceptional leadership to the nursing team. This is a valuable opportunity for Advanced Nurse Practitioners to work in an established but ever evolving service in which they will further develop and practice their nursing, clinical and leadership skills and contribute to its development.
Wirral Walk in Centres currently operate 7 days a week 8am-10pm .including weekends and bank holidays.
The Urgent Care Centre offers the opportunity for Staff to work outside of these hours to enhance their work life balance. Twilight shifts will be available to support working parents with childcare .
You will be working within a caring, compassionate team who truly put the patients at the forefront of everything they do. You will also be part of a ground breaking new way of working between primary and community care providers, working towards removing boundaries between these services.
Various hours are available

To assess, plan, implement and evaluate programmes of evidence based nursing & clinical care

To provide expert advice and clinical practice.

To participate in the education and development of self and other staff

To work collaboratively and co-operatively with clinical colleagues to develop services and quality of care delivered.

To autonomously assess, diagnose and treat children and adults who attend the Walk-in Centre with undifferentiated, undiagnosed conditions

Wirral Community Health & Care NHS Foundation Trust has numerous policies and procedures in place which provide standard organisational ways of working in line with organisational objectives, relevant legislation and requirements. Policies allow for continuity and consistency within the Trust. Employees must abide by and adhere to all Wirral Community NHS Foundation Trust’s policies at all times.


4.1 Perform a comprehensive clinical assessment and evaluation of patients condition

4.2 Develop and implement individual care packages for patients based on clinical findings

4.3 Evaluate care delivery according to changing health care needs

4.4 Interpret clinical findings to ensure most appropriate care is delivered

4.5 Collect, collate, evaluate and report patient information, maintaining accurate records

4.6 Work in partnership with patients, carers/relatives in the planning and delivery of care

4.7 Work collaboratively with other professionals and agencies to ensure patient’s needs are met especially in the relation to on-going care needs and discharge arrangements.

4.8 Provide venepuncture for patients who have difficulty accessing established clinics.

4.9 Provide wound care management for Walk-in Centre patients.

4.10 Provide a range of treatments using patient group directions or nurse prescribing following clinical assessment and diagnosis

4.11 Establish and maintain effective communication with patients and carers/relatives

4.12 Contribute to service redesign

4.13 Provide clinical support for junior staff


4.14 Provide specialist, expert clinical knowledge to clinical colleagues, patients and carers/relatives

4.15 Monitor housekeeping issues, maintenance of stock levels, ordering stock, ensuring faulty or non-working equipment is reported and repaired

4.16 Participate and contribute to clinical supervision of nursing colleagues on a group or one to one basis

4.17 Provide mentorship for new and junior staff

4.18 Participate in the development of services and assist with the implementation and evaluation of change

4.19 Monitor health safety and security of self and promote best practice in the departmental area

4.20 Supervise the work of staff nurses, auxiliary nurses and bank staff

4.21 Develop own broad and “expert” clinical knowledge and participate in the development of others clinical knowledge, in conjunction with Nurse Consultant / Professional Development Nurse.

4.22 Ensure own compliance with regard to mandatory training and NMC requirements..

4.23 Review and apply existing evidence based practice guidelines for care.

4.24 Undertake further education at higher level to promote growth and development of clinical skills and knowledge.

Clinical Governance

4.25 Insure compliance with policies, procedures and clinical guidelines for self and others, participate in the development of same

4.26 Continually monitor standards of care and participate in the improvement of care, through benchmarking, audit and research.

4.27 Promote patient and public involvement activities in the specialist area, leading to service improvements.

4.28 Promote people’s equality, diversity and rights

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