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Urgent Care Practitioner

City Health Care Partnership CIC
£35,392 to £42,618 a year pa/pr
Closing date
30 Apr 2024

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Other Health Profession
Band 6
Contract Type
Full Time
Urgent Care Practitioner - Band 6. Job Advert - Bridlington Urgent Treatment Centre City Health Care Partnership CIC are looking for highly motivated, enthusiastic individuals to join their team of practitioners in the Urgent Treatment Centres based across Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. The practitioner will be responsible for the clinical assessment of patients, including history-taking, clinical examination, diagnosis and treatment or the onward referral of patients of all ages. Urgent and primary care patient consultations will be undertaken via face to face, telephone or digital platform consultation. Patient presentations will include undiagnosed undifferentiated illness and minor injuries, acute presentations and at times the exacerbation of long-term conditions. The practitioner will be responsible for ensuring that the highest standard of clinical care is provided for patients across CHCP. The post holder will be a clinician with a range of experience of caring for and treating patients with minor injury and/or minor illness conditions or presentations. The practitioner will act within their professional boundaries and will support the delivery of policies and procedures.

Main duties of the job

They will act as a positive role model supporting junior staff whist working flexibly between urgent care and primary care to provide safe clinical expert care. Effective leadership skills will be required and the successful candidate will be one who is motivated, dedicated and enthusiastic. The post holder will work collaboratively with partner organisations to ensure that care is seamless and timely to ensure the best possible patient experience. They will also promote exceptional standards of patient care underpinned by the implementation of evidence-based practice, audit and with regard to current available guidelines and research. There will be an expectation to work across all bases within the Hull and East Riding locality. Working as part of an established clinical workforce, they will benefit from a multi-disciplinary team, and be exposed to an extensive range of services and healthcare settings and locations. They will work alongside our newly developed multi-professional clinical model, be supported by a network of clinicians to share expertise. Ongoing training and development will be supported through in-house competencies and underpinning University courses when available.

For more information regarding the role please contact Claire Rose, Clinical Manager on 07816645205 or email

About us

At CHCP, we're passionate aboutpeopleand we know that you are too, that's why we're here isn't it? We recognise that high quality care is delivered by high quality professionals who are appreciated, respected and supported, which is why we want to give all our colleagues the chance to shine.

Work with us and you'll be more than just a number. Our people are our shareholders and their thoughts and opinions are always heard at CHCP you have a real voice.

Compassion is at the heart of our business we're a team of nearly 2,500 colleagues who work together to deliverfirst-class healthcareto thousands of people living in Hull, the East Riding, Knowsley and St Helens. Local diversity demands diverse roles, that's why we have vacancies to suit everybody. No matter your role at CHCP, we'll support you to thrive.

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Job description

Job responsibilities

Please see the job description and person specification attached to this job advert for full details on the role.

Person Specification



  • Registered 1st level Nurse or Qualified Allied Health Professional
  • Relevant post registration degree
  • University modules completed in minor injuries or illness, or equivalent, e.g APACS (or willingness to undertake)


  • Teaching/Mentoring qualification



  • Comprehensive knowledge of relevant legislation, guidance and local initiatives and issues in relation to unplanned care
  • Working knowledge of multidisciplinary teams
  • Evidence of Continuing Professional Development
  • Demonstrate the use of evidence based practice


  • Comprehensive working knowledge of medication and interventions used in unplanned care
  • Knowledge of the legal framework surrounding medications prescribed or supplied, including PGDs, PSDs, EOL care pathways etc.



  • Substantial experience in professional practice
  • Demonstrate experience of flexible workload management and the ability to meet deadlines
  • Demonstrate experience and competency in supervision and support of others in prioritisation of patient care e.g. junior staff, non-registered staff and students
  • Demonstrate experience of utilising a variety of software packages e.g. Patient Centre, SystmOne, Clinicom, E-Mail, Excel, PowerPoint and Word
  • Experience of multi-disciplinary team working and working with patients with minor injuries or minor illness presentations


  • Previous experience of working in an unplanned care environment / a similar post
  • Previous experience of using PGDs
  • Experience of working within a paper free service/mobile working and use of EPR
  • Experience of the initial management, stabilisation and onward referral of patients who may self-present with more serious/life threatening conditions
  • Demonstrate experience and competency in supervision and support of others in prioritisation of patient care e.g. junior staff, non-registered staff and students

Employer details

Employer name

City Health Care Partnership CIC


Bridlington Urgent Treatment Centre

Bridlington Hospital


YO16 4QP

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