Advanced Clinical Practitioner

The Advanced Clinical Practitioner will assess, diagnose and plan care for patients; including prescribing of medications where clinically indicated. The ACP will manage acute presentations to the Walk-In Centre, as part of a team of autonomous Practitioners; in addition to using the clinical knowledge and skills to determine urgency and best pathway for patients presenting to the Walk-in Centre (streaming).

Continuous professional development is key for our clinical workforce with the role having dedicated time for this and access to regular educational sessions.
This is a hybrid role with opportunity to build an urgent care portfolio in a fast pace, dynamic service.

The full-time equivalent for us is 40 hours per week. Part-time can also be considered, conversations welcomed regarding flexible working.

Key Duties

  • Face to face consultations
  • Undertake urgent primary care and refer elsewhere, when applicable
  • Provide patient focussed, evidence-based practice to a high standard
  • Supporting the wider MDT to ensure patients are seen by the right person

Package and Benefits

  • Up to £65,000 per annum FTE + unsociable hours
  • NHS Pension - 20.6% employer contribution
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, which rises with length of service (pro rata for part time)
  • Extra days leave for work anniversary each year
  • Up to 5 days per year Special and Significant Event Leave
  • Unsocial hours payment at 30%, Monday to Friday after 6pm and all-day Saturday and Sunday
  • NMC/ HCPC fees paid annually
  • Indemnity Cover for the hours worked
  • Learning and Development time (5% of the weekly hours)
  • Enhanced Maternity; Maternity/Paternity /Adoption Support
  • Family friendly employment policies
  • Access to continuous professional and personal development
  • Financial support for training
  • Employee Assistance Program run by awarding winning Health Assured
  • Eye care scheme - free eye test plus a contribution towards glasses
  • Cycle to work scheme

Key Skills, Qualifications and Client Requirements

  • First Level registered Nurse (NMC), HCPC professional/ Pharmacist
  • MSc or equivalent in Advanced practice
  • Advanced Physical Assessment and Consultation Skills - Level 7
  • Minor Illness - Level 7
  • A Non-medical prescribing qualification
  • Minimum 3-year experience post level 7 qualifications in primary/urgent post qualification
  • Paediatric Course - Level 7 (desirable)
  • Ability to see and treat patients with varying conditions
  • Able to demonstrate excellent communication skills across all levels of the business
  • Excellent organisational skills

What Happens Next?

If you are interested in finding out more about this GP role then please click the 'Apply' button. On submission an email alert is sent to the specialist consultant handling this role to register your interest.

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