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About the department
Roles include Urgent Care Practitioners, Advanced Care Practitioners and General Practitioners. Roles vary from face-to-face appointments via the NHS 111 service to home visiting and telephone assessments. We also look for those who work in Overnight Community Nursing.
why join us?
Develop your skills
Being here is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills as an autonomous practitioner within a highly effective and high-quality clinical service.
There are also opportunities to gain additional qualifications in areas such as independent prescribing.
There’s multidisciplinary team working and opportunities for home working for telephone assessment.
Urgent Care Practitioner
Urgent Care Practitioners, known as UCPs are expected to assess all patients and provide the right management or referral. We expect you to be qualified in line with the Integrated Urgent Care/NHS111 Career Framework e.g. Level 6.
Advanced Care Practitioner
Advanced Care Practitioners, known as ACPs, assess and manage all patients and prescribe the right medication. We expect ACPs to be qualified in line with the Integrated Urgent Care/NHS111 Career Framework e.g. Level 7.
Registered General Nurse
Registered General Nurses, known as RGNs, care for patients within the community and overnight in the Brighton and Hove locality. Their mission is to deliver nursing care to the highest standard.
Health Care Assistant
Health Care Assistants, known as HCAs, work as part of our community and overnight team primarily based in Brighton and Hove. The HCAs might work within the mobile team or as a Night Support Assistant.