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Job role: Health Care Assistant

Company name: NHS jobs.

Job Location: United Kingdom

Salary: £22,720.00 per year

Job Sector: Health Care

Job reference: H9050-24-1649

About the Job: Health Care Assistant needed in NHS jobs

To prepare areas in preparation for receiving patients. Assist to ensure the department is restocked and have shared responsibility for maintaining the cleaning of clinical areas. Comply with, and maintain Trust & Local Infection Control policies and procedures. To assist with the admission and discharge of patients. The post holder will be required to work as part of a skilled team to support the provision of an effective and safe clinical service.

Work as part of a team under supervision to provide a safe, effective environment of care for patients, relatives and their carers. Under direction of a registered practitioner, to support a comprehensive level of care, maintaining high standards and continuity of care to patients. Support the registered practitioner in the delivery of direct and indirect patient care. Under the direction of a registered practitioner, undertake a range of delegated clinical duties including record keeping, patient observations and specimen handling.

Under the direction of the registered practitioner check sterilised equipment, ensuring related paperwork is in order and completed correctly. To assist in ensuring all written documentation is completed, i.e. Patient care plans, Use Patient Centre for relevant purposes. Assist with the provision of the day to day management of clinical equipment and report any problems to senior colleagues, completing the necessary documentation.

Communicate with colleagues, patients and their relatives/ carers in a professional and compassionate manner. To escalate any concerns about a patient to the relevant practitioner immediately. Assist patients with activities of daily living whilst ensuring the privacy and dignity of the patient is maintained at all times, for example, undressing, chaperoning, emotional and physical support overcoming barriers to communication. Ensure patients, visitors and staff are dealt with sensitively and professionally with due regard to ethnic origin, culture, religion, disability and sexual orientation.

Acting as a positive role model for peers, supporting other HCAs as required. Maintain professionalism at all times and respect colleagues. Recognise potential hazards in the workplace and deal with them within own capability and/or report promptly to relevant team leader. To deal with queries and problems from patients and staff, both on the telephone and personally, in a positive and helpful manner and escalate as appropriate. Attend department meetings. Ensure a safe environment in the department for patients/staff and visitors and inform the Matron/ Nurse in Charge of potential hazards. Comply with COSHH regulation and other Health and Safety legislation.

Be prepared to extend knowledge and skills by rotation through whole department. Assist in the evaluation of new equipment and resources. To undertake phlebotomy tasks as required upon completion of the competency. Be able to use any information technology within the department. Carry out any other duties commensurate with the post within own capability.

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