Homecare IV Therapy Nurse - Rugby

Lloyds Pharmacy Clinical Homecare
05 Aug 2017
18 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Registered Nurse, Clinical Homecare IV Therapy - Rugby/NuneatonWe are currently recruiting Level 1 Registered Nurses with IV competencies and we have both full time and part time opportunities available.About the RoleThe roles are field based and you will travel between patients' homes to deliver their treatment. This requires you to be well organised and motivated. Treatments will include IV infusions, TPN and both intramuscular and sub cut injections and training patients to administer their own medication.We offer Competitive basic salaryCar or car allowance (GBP3,600pa FTE) as appropriatePersonal pension planDiscounted healthcare insuranceChildcare vouchers33 days annual leave (includes statutory holidays)NMC fee refunded after a year's serviceYou You will need to be competent in the administration of IV drugs and infusion via all types of lines. Cannulation and venepuncture competency is desirable. Proven experience in acute care essential. Applicants must be a Level 1 Registered Nurse with a valid NMC PIN and a full UK driving license.LloydsPharmacy Clinical HomecareWe're one of the most experienced providers of clinical homecare in the UK, and we've been supporting patients in this way since 1975.We provide care to more than 67,000 patients in their own home - ranging from straightforward delivery of medication, to specialist nursing for complex conditions. We're passionate about what we do and the difference we make to our patients' lives. It's this dedication that ensures we constantly deliver outstanding levels of care to our patients.We used to be called Bupa Home Healthcare and in July 2016 we were acquired by the Celesio UK group of companies, a leading provider of healthcare services, including LloydsPharmacy.We work in partnership with the NHS, pharmaceutical companies, private medical insurers and oncologists and consultantsFor more information, please contact Natasha Hopkins alternatively email