Type of role: Advanced Nurse Practitioner – Urgent Care
Contract: Full-time, Permanent, 40 hours weekly
Location: North Dublin
Experience required: 5+ years
I am delighted to assist my client, a leading Health Insurance Group, in recruiting for an RANP to join their Urgent Care team in Dublin. My client has been established to develop medical, health and well-being services for customers and is dedicated to continuing professional development and fostering a positive working environment that supports and develops staff, offering excellent opportunities for career progression. Their Urgent Care Centres (UCC) will deliver care to patients requiring treatment of non-life-threatening injury and illness.
The RANP role will involve providing nurse-led care in minor injuries and illness, in an evidence-based environment focused on quality and safety of care delivery. The RANP will adopt a professional leadership role within the clinical governance structures influencing both clinical and non-clinical processes that impact upon the experience and/or outcomes for patients within the service.
- Must hold registration with the Advanced Nurse Practitioner division of the NMBI.
- Must be a registered nurse prescriber with NMBI.
- Have a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in an acute care setting within relevant area of practice.
- Possess a postgraduate qualification in relevant area of practice
- Have a broad base of clinical experience relevant to the advanced field of practice and demonstrated competence in managing a caseload of patients.
- Possess an interest in Integrative Medicine.
- Flexibility to work across a 7 day roster.
- High level of professional and personal integrity.
- High degree of emotional intelligence and self-awareness to support healing interactions with patients.
- High levels of emotional resilience and the ability to work under pressure.
- Experience of developing, applying and reviewing an evidence-based approach to decision making.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and approach with both patients and colleagues.
- Demonstrate commitment to fostering partnerships, multi-professional and multidisciplinary relationships and working as part of a team.
- Ability to recognise and respect the expertise of others and the contribution of team members and harness good teamwork and open contributions to enable excellent patient care.
- Strong negotiation and influencing skills.
For more information on this exciting role, please contact Chloe in FRS on or apply directly.