Title: Registered Mental Health Nurse
Salary: Up to £45 per hour
Matching top healthcare professionals to brilliant opportunities, Bluestones Medical have been named Recruiter of the Year for Best Candidate Care and have new roles for Mental Health Nurses in Bronllys.
If you thrive in a fast-paced, cutting-edge environment, this role is for you!
As a Mental Health Nurse, you will play a crucial role in providing high-quality patient care within the operating department. Your primary responsibilities will include preparing the operating room, assisting the surgical team, and ensuring the overall well-being of patients before, during, and after surgical procedures. Make a difference in patients’ lives every day by bringing your compassion and expertise to Bluestone Medical.
As an award-winning company, we offer an unbeatable benefits package along with high payrates and flexibility.
- Access to shifts on NHS Health Boards via our app or your dedicated consultant.
- A referral scheme of up to £300 for anyone that you refer to Bluestones Medical
- Support from our in-house Clinical Leads who share over 40 years’ experience of nursing and can relate, empathies and listen to help support our candidates.
- Free Ongoing training & revalidation – our clinical team not only support but will hold training sessions and assist with revalidation to upskill and maintain the quality service that is delivered.
- Free private healthcare for you and your family* through Medicash.
- Rapid Pay – along with great pay rates you can receive your pay in as little as 24 hours after you submit your timesheet.
- Blue Light Card, Uniform & ID Badge.
- Preoperative Preparation: Set up and prepare the operating room with the necessary equipment and supplies. Ensure that all surgical instruments are sterile and in proper working order. Collaborate with the surgical team to create a safe and efficient environment for procedures.
- Patient Care: Escort patients to the operating room and assist in positioning them on the surgical table. Monitor patients’ vital signs and ensure their comfort and safety throughout the surgical process. Administer medications and intravenous fluids as prescribed.
- Assisting the Surgical Team: Pass instruments and supplies to surgeons during procedures. Anticipate the needs of the surgical team and respond promptly to requests. Maintain a sterile field to prevent infections and complications.
- Postoperative Care: Transfer patients to the recovery area and provide postoperative care. Monitor patients’ recovery and assist with any immediate post-surgical issues. Collaborate with other healthcare professionals to ensure comprehensive patient care.
- Documentation: Accurately document patient information, surgical procedures, and postoperative care in medical records. Keep thorough records of instrument counts before, during, and after procedures
- Certified Operating Department Practitioner, registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
- Relevant experience working as an Operating Department Practitioner in a surgical setting.
- In-depth knowledge of surgical procedures, sterile technique, and infection control practices.
- Proficiency in using a range of surgical instruments and equipment.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team.
- Strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment.
- A commitment to providing high-quality patient care and maintaining professional standards.
Join our team and make a difference!!! Your expertise and enthusiasm will contribute to our commitment to providing exceptional care. Apply today and embark on an exciting career journey with us. Interested candidates who meet the requirements are invited to submit their resumes and a cover letter.