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Registered General Nurse - Wirral

Registered General Nurse - Wirral

Salary: £17 per hour
Job Type:36-44 Hours Per Week -3 1/2 Days

Knowledge, Skills and Personal Qualities

My client in Wirral, is a sixty-two bed residential care facility that takes on requirements for respite and nursing care, as well as welcoming dementia sufferers.
Situated in a pleasant area of Merseyside, the staff are able to tailor personal care packages, focused on the needs of each particular resident, in terms of medication, diet and lifestyle.
The home has a sensory garden and is well-organised to help residents eager to practice their life skills and to take part in activities.
The most important thing is that you have the right values and want to make a difference.

Requirements:

Team Player.
Ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
Ability to work on own initiative.

Main Responsibilities:

Assessing and planning nursing care requirements.
Providing pre- and post-operation care.
Monitoring and administering medication and intravenous infusions.
Taking patient samples, pulses, temperatures and blood pressures.
writing records.
Supervising junior staff.
Organising workloads.
Providing emotional support to patients and relatives.

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