NHS Lothian is responsible for meeting the health needs of approximately 784,000 people living in and around Edinburgh. We employ approximately 27,000 staff and provide a comprehensive range of primary, community and acute care services for the populations of Edinburgh, Midlothian, East Lothian and West Lothian.
Across all areas of care, we seek to provide specialist and general services fairly and efficiently and to the highest standards. State-of-the-art buildings and our forward-looking and innovative approach have earned our hospitals recognition as centres of excellence.
Our clinical care, teaching and research have a national and growing international reputation. NHS Lothian provides an extensive range of primary care services, including mental health, GP and other community-based services. Primary care services are also provided at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, the Eastern General, Liberton and the Royal Victoria Hospital.
We also provide a comprehensive range of acute adult, paediatric and maternity services. Acute care is provided from the following sites: the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh at Little France; the Western General Hospital; St John's Hospital at Howden, Livingston; the Royal Hospital for Sick Children; the Royal Victoria Hospital; Liberton Hospital; the Princess Alexandra Eye Pavilion, and the Lauriston Building.
Working in NHS Lothian
A move to NHS Lothian will give you the chance to develop your NHS career and enhance your lifestyle. There is much to admire and enjoy in the Lothian region, from the splendour of Edinburgh, Scotland's historic capital city, to the beauty and variety of the countryside and coastline.
We have the following opportunity available. Choosing Apply will redirect you to the NHS Scotland Recruitment Application page.The post holder will have responsibility for caring for an individual patient in their home on a 2:1 basis. In partnership with the team implement the plan of care to ensure delivery of a high level of care for the client who has autism spectrum disorder. Providing 2:1 support for the client in all aspects of activities of daily living. Works on a regular basis without direct supervision. As part of a multidisciplinary team the post holder will carry out personal care duties for patients in support of the registered nurse and other relevant professional. The post holder has delegated responsibility and accountability for the assessment and delivery of quality nursing care primarily in the domiciliary setting to a practice population and the wider locality and in partnership with others. This includes monitoring and evaluating its effectiveness. The postholder is responsible for raising awareness of health and social well being influencing the broader context enabling people to improve their own health and working collaboratively to tackle health inequalities.
|Location:||United Kingdom Lothian Named Patients, Midlothian,|
|Salary:||£22218.00 to £28746.00 GBP per year|
Healthcare and Medical
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