Operating Theatre Manager
Role: Operating Theatre Manager
Salary: £40,000 – £40,000
A new opportunity has arisen for a Theatre Manager to join a dedicated and professional multi-disciplinary clinical team at our Treatment Centre in Portsmouth.
Duties of a Operating Theatre Manager?
You will be a highly valued member of our team bringing your expertise and skills to help improve the pathway of care for patients. Offering Outpatient/Day Surgery, Diagnostic Imaging and a Minor injuries/Minor Illness unit to NHS patients in Portsmouth and the surrounding areas. The case mix comprises of General Surgery, Colorectal Surgery, Urology, Gastroenterology, Orthopaedic Surgery and Ophthalmology. St Mary’s is at the forefront of independent healthcare with a truly impressive track record in patient experience and clinical success which sets us apart from any other independent facilities in the region. You’ll find we use the latest technology, our facilities are clean, bright and modern, and our care teams experienced and friendly At St Mary’s NHS Treatment Centre we’re committed to investing in our staff and providing the highest quality patient welfare and satisfaction.
Why take this role Day Ward RGN?
This position presents an excellent opportunity to develop skills whilst working in a varied and interesting environment with a friendly, enthusiastic team. You will develop your skills and experience in a unique environment.
Am I the right person for this role?
Working in conjunction with the Senior management team, the role is responsible for coordinating and facilitating care of patients within the Day Surgery ward and 3 Theatres across the continuum of care, integrating patient education, case management through the admission procedure phase and undertaking the discharge planning processes. The individual holding the role provides leadership and sound management skills to staff in the team, but also providing senior leadership supporting and , developing and fostering a ‘can do’ environment across all departments. To function and advise as an expert clinical practitioner within the clinical area of responsibility, for both DSU Ward and Theatres. To be responsible for the delivery of patient care, managing, leading, co-ordinating and overseeing clinical practice for all the ward and theatre patients services, provided by SMTC. Ensuring staff compliance to procedures, including those required in order to meet all required regulatory standards. To work in partnership with all stakeholders relevant to the area of clinical responsibility and patient pathways in order to develop and bring innovation to the Care UK Treatment centres, ensuring effective communication in which high quality cost effective services are delivered and where creativity, innovation and staff development all underpin the approach to managing the clinical area in which each member of staff is recognised and valued. To work collaboratively with SMTC with all department managers to develop the service, establishing the department as a centre of excellence within the UK as a national model of excellence.
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