Advanced Clinical Practitioner

Various Across Suffolk
Job Reference
J183-00002
Service
Urgent Care
Location
Various Across Suffolk
Job Category
Advanced Clinical Practitioner
Salary/Hourly Rate
Dependent upon experience and qualifications
Closing Date
02/03/2022
Brief Description

We have opportunities for Advanced Clinical Practitioners (ANPs) to work in our Urgent Care Services

Benefits of working in our Urgent Care Services:

  • Work across all three of our Urgent Care Services (Out of Hours, GP+ and Emergency Department Streaming).
  • Full training will be provided.
  • You will have a familiar working environment, regardless of which urgent care service you are working in.
  • We use SystmOne, giving you access to full patient records (subject to patient sharing preferences). EMIS Viewer is used for access to EMIS patient records.
  • We have a good clinical skill mix comprising of Clinical Leads, Advanced Clinical Practitioners, Urgent Care Practitioners and Practice Nurses.
  • You will be supported by our administrative team.

Pay rates:

Daytime and weekend shifts       £38 per hour

Overnight shifts                          £47.50 per hour

Bank holidays are enhanced – further details will be provided

Our Urgent Care Services:

We deliver the Suffolk GP Out of Hours Service as part of the new Integrated Urgent Care Service working with Care UK.

Our aim is to have as many local clinicians working in the service as possible.

GP+ is our extended access service. Clinics run from bases in Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Felixstowe, Haverhill, Stowmarket, Wickham Market, Sudbury, Mildenhall and Newmarket.

Emergency Department (ED) Streaming is a primary care service co-located in the Emergency Departments at both Ipswich Hospital and West Suffolk Hospital. Patients are assessed by an Advanced Nurse Practitioner or Urgent Care Practitioner and those who present with minor illness are then able to see a streaming clinician instead.

Apply Now!

To work in Out of Hours, GP+ or ED Streaming, please click ‘apply’.