Justphysio is recruiting for an established NHS provider based in East Kent, who are recruiting for a physiotherapist for a Band 6 Orthopaedic Physiotherapy position
Physiotherapist Job Kent
Band 6 Orthopaedics
Hopital accommodation available
This is a fantastic opportunity for a Band 6 Physiotherapist to step into an Orthopaedic role
Band 6 Physiotherapists work closely with all users of our clients services and their families, friends and carers who all play an invaluable contribution in how their users experience their services. Band 6 therapists are expected to be kind and responsive but professional and informative and contribute to the quality of the services provided across the health economy by:
*Keeping the people who using our services as safe as possible through the use of sound clinical skills and effective risk assessments
*Ensuring the best possible clinical outcomes by using up-to-date skills and adhering to evidence based policies and procedures
*Ensuring the people using our services have a good experience by respecting, empowering and working in partnership with people throughout the care planning process
Physiotherapists who work in all these services require a range of core skills as follows:
*Assessment, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of holistic therapy intervention
*The development of integrated care programmes and discharge plan with the patient.
*Line management (including clinical supervision) of staff (e.g. Band 5, therapy assistants and students)
*Provide professional advice and leadership
*To actively work as a member of the multi-professional team to provide high quality therapy intervention to patients.
*Manage a caseload of patients on a daily basis consisting of patients with complex needs associated within a specific speciality.
*Clinicians working at this level will be expected to evaluate their outcomes, review non-responding cases either with their peers or clinical specialists and refer on as appropriate using documented clinical reasoning.
*Awareness of the commissioning priorities in their locality.
*To ensure that resources are used effectively, planning workload to meet the priorities of patient care by the most efficient use of time, equipment and manpower and other resources (medical devices, equipment)
*To comply with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC), relevant professional body codes of conduct (e.g. CSP) and relevant organisational policies and procedures.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience Required
*Physiotherapist registered with the HCPC
*Awareness of relevant National Service Frameworks and NICE guidance and how they are applied across health care services
*Be responsible for maintaining own competency to practice through continued professional development activities.
*Maintain a portfolio/professional diary that reflects personal development and practically demonstrates theory learned
*Effective communication skills both verbal and nonverbal
If you are interested in this fantastic opportunity, please call Alison on 0207 045 3327