North and East Cornwall are seeking to recruit to clinical prioritisers to work within the Transfer of Care Hubs to coordinate the local demand and capacity, and to ensure that individuals needs are triaged, prioritised and addressed through the most appropriate resource from the multi-disciplinary and cross organisational team.
This is a pinnacle role when ensuring care is delivered in the right place by the right person.
We have a vacancy for a Allied Health Professional and or a Nurse Professional.
The clinical prioritisers will focus on developing the service through:
- Prioritisation – locality based decision-making enables effective prioritisation of care delivery across existing team boundaries.
- Capacity – localising delivery and ensuring effective flexibility of workforce improves efficiency of service delivery
- Communication – enhanced communication speed up escalation and add flexibility to response
The clinical prioritisers will work in a multi-disciplinary manner, utilising the Single Electronic Referral System (SERS) and RiO to triage and process referrals , assist the co-ordination of demand and capacity to ensure the highest needs are prioritised and address with the most appropriate available resources from the multi disciplinary and cross organisations team.
The clinical prioritiser will provide specialised knowledge and exceptional skills in managing frailty, and intermediate care; and supporting advanced assessment and care planning to people suffering from a range of complex conditions, ensuring a seamless pathway through acute and community services.
We’re an NHS community and mental health provider Trust based in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. We deliver community and hospital-based care to improve people’s physical and mental health. We also provide specialist support to people with dementia or a learning disability.
We are a people organisation and people matter to us. As part of the team, you'll help support the health and wellbeing of the people who live and visit this beautiful part of the UK.
Over 4,000 people make up the Trust. This includes doctors, nurses, therapists, plus admin and support staff.
We work in people's homes, in community clinics and bases. Some staff work from one of our 13 community hospitals. Our aspiration is to have great people, provide great care, be a great place to work and a great partner.
Just over 532,000 people live here. A third of people who live in Cornwall are supported by acute hospital services in Devon. As a result, we also work closely with our partners in Devon. In the summer, and during other holidays lots of people choose to visit the area. This increases the numbers of people who use our services.
To view a detailed job description and person specification including the main responsibilities of this role please see ‘supporting documents’.