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Surgical Care Practitioner

London – The Princess Grace Hospital
Clinical
Full time
0025001
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We are actively inviting experienced Surgical Care Practitioners to apply to The Princess Grace Hospital.

We are currently offering a Golden Hello to any new applications.

Location: The Princess Grace Hospital

Contract Type: Permanent, full time, 37.5 hours

Salary range: £56,697 - £62,996

Additional Rewards: Private healthcare, Contributory pension, health and a vast range of rewards you would associate with a leading private healthcare organisation.

About the Facility

HCA Healthcare UK – The World’s largest private hospital group; providing award winning acute and complex care.

From complex care to straightforward procedures in both adults and children, HCA UK provides exceptional care across our six world-class hospitals, clinics, outpatient and diagnostics centres, and NHS partnerships. We believe that all our patients and employees should have access to the latest state-of-the-art technology, which has seen HCA UK invest more than £500 million over the last decade to ensure that our hospitals and specialist centres are amongst the best equipped in the world. This philosophy of continual investment ensures our employees have the best career development opportunities; as their skills advance alongside our facilities and technology.

The theatres across our facilities, provide a vibrant, exciting and professional environment where the advance equipment and technology is second to none.

The Princess Grace Hospital is recognised as one of the leading multidisciplinary private hospitals in London.

The eight theatres at the Princess Grace provide a vibrant, exciting and professional environment where the advance equipment and technology is second to none including a hybrids theatre, a robotic surgery suite and 3 laminar flow theatres for orthopaedic surgery

The theatre team comprises of Consultants and Practitioners who have vast experience and knowledge across a range of specialties. There are many complex procedures carried out daily, across a range of acute specialities, including Ortho, Robotics and Urology, General, Gynae, Breast and Spinal.


Job Description:

The Surgical Care Practitioner will be required to support Robotic surgery within the department. This is an exciting opportunity to work within a growing new venture.

Working alongside an elective consultant, you will support surgeons before, during, and after surgical procedures and co-ordinate the planning and management of the care of the patients from the point of referral to discharge and follow up.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • To maintain competence and fitness to practice as a Surgical Care Practitioner.
  • To continue developing as a SCP in practice as part of continued professional development, in accordance with the requirements of statutory regulators (HCPC / NMC)
  • You will have clinical responsibility to the consultant surgeon, with day-to-day work under the direction of the operating surgeon and as a member of the surgical care team.


Skills & Experience:

  • Qualified Surgical Care Practitioner (SCP) experienced in Robotics.
  • Registration as a healthcare professional (e.g. nurse or ODP) with a related honours degree
  • Scrub experience working in an operating theatre environment is essential
  • 18 months working within a similar autonomous role is desirable
  • An aptitude for clinical and operative practice
  • Excellent organisational and management skills with the ability to flexibly respond to the needs of the department and the hospital
  • The ability to effectively manage the clinical area on a day to day basis and plan ahead


About the Individual:

At HCA UK we recognise and value everyone as unique and individual; treat people with kindness and compassion; act with absolute honesty, integrity, and fairness and trust and treat one another as valued members of the HCA UK family. As someone looking to join our family, you will demonstrate these key values.

You will also actively participate as a member of a team to move the team towards completion of tasks, goals, and objectives; demonstrate leadership and influence others to be the best they can be and inspire our colleagues and patients; and deliver information in a clear, concise, and compelling manner to effectively engage others and achieve desired results.

If you wish to find out more about this opportunity, please apply for this role and a member of the team will be in contact shortly

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