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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 07/03/2020.

Paramedic Practitioner

Job Reference: J181-A-20-45744

Central Advertising - Social Enterprises
Primary Care
South London
£38-£52 Per Hour

This advertisement has been placed by the organisation named in the 'Department' section above.

Should you require further information regarding this vacancy please contact the organisation direct.

Paramedic Practitioner Job Advert

The post holder will be an experienced Paramedic who, acting within their scope of practice, will provide clinical assessment and management of patients who are triaged and identified as requiring a home visit by the Duty Doctor / GP.

The post holder will carry out visits to patient’s private homes, as well as possible visits to patients in Nursing / Care homes.

Supported by a multi-disciplinary team, they will work within the community, as an autonomous, accountable, Paramedic Practitioner, in the provision of a holistic approach for patients including assessment, diagnosis and treatment, to deliver quality patient services.

Committed to the development of innovative practice and expanding evidence-based care which will contribute to the enhancement of the Paramedic Practitioner role.

Provide and maintain a high standard of care for patients in their own homes as well as providing support to the GP’s and other members of the primary health care team.


· Registered Paramedic

· Relevant Degree/willingness to work towards MSC

· Up to date HCPC Registration

· Relevant physical assessment and clinical reasoning post registration qualification

· Relevant post registration qualifications e.g. asthma, diabetes, minor injury/ minor illness

· Full Clean UK Driving License

· Multi agency Child Protection Training Level 3 (minimum)

· Adult Safeguarding Level 3


· Minimum of three years post registration experience

· Regularly and autonomously managing minor ailments/illnesses

· Working with all age groups from young children to the elderly

· Working across organisational boundaries with Health and Social Care

· Awareness of NHS developments


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