Urgent Vacancy NHS Jobs Scotland For Registered Nurse
NHS Jobs Scotland, We are looking for a registered nurse to join our nursing staff in providing excellent health care to our patients. Your duty of caring for the patients coming into our facility include tasks like creating and maintaining accurate patient records, administering medication and monitoring for side effects, recording vital signs, and reporting symptoms and changes in patient conditions.
A bachelor’s degree in nursing and a state license are essential requirements for consideration. You will also need to be trained in BLS/CPR and be ACLS-certified. A professional, friendly attitude and effective communication skills are keys to becoming successful in this role.
GBP 22 To GBP 24 Per Hour
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom EH10 5HF
NHS Lothian provides a comprehensive range of primary, community-based and acute hospital services for the populations of Edinburgh, Midlothian, East Lothian and West Lothian. We also provide some services for patients in the Borders and in Fife and are a national centre of expertise for some specialties provided to people across Scotland.
NHS Lothian has an annual budget of £1.6 billion and employs approximately 26,000 staff. The Lothian Region has the second largest residential population in Scotland, with more than 850,000 people, and its population is growing faster than anywhere else in Scotland.
NHS Lothian also provides services for patients in Borders and Fife, as well as a number of specialist services for patients across Scotland. Across all areas of care, we seek to provide specialist and general services fairly and efficiently and to the highest standards.
At NHS Lothian we believe that working together across all areas of the health service is the best way to provide care for patients. Through an innovative programme of modernisation, we have developed a single integrated health system, with patients and staff benefiting from a more streamlined, patient-centred structure.
Job Responsibilities For NHS Jobs Scotland
Maintaining accurate, complete health care records and reports.
Administering medications to patients and monitoring them for side effects and reactions.
Prescribing assistive medical devices and related treatments.
Recording patient vital signs and medical information.
Ordering medical diagnostic and clinical tests.
Monitoring, reporting, and recording symptoms or changes in patient conditions.
Administering non-intravenous medications.
Assessing, implementing, planning, or evaluating patient nursing care plans by working with healthcare team members.
Modifying patient health treatment plans as indicated by patient conditions and responses.
Job Skills For NHS Jobs Scotland
American Heart Association BLS/CPR
Ability to effectively communicate with patients, families, physicians and hospital staff.
Basic computer skills.
Professional, friendly attitude.
Experience in home health care.
Experience in emergency room or intensive care.