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Occupational Therapist - Stroke Rehabilitation

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Oxfordshire Stroke Rehabilitation Unit, Abingdon Community Hospital, Abingdon
£25,655 - £31,534 per annum | pro rata
Closing date
11 Aug 2022

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Occupational Therapist
Band 5
Contract Type
Full Time
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A superb opportunity has arisen for an Occupational Therapist who is passionate about neurological rehabilitation to join our team, in the role of Band 5 Occupational Therapist.

The Oxfordshire Stroke Rehabilitation Unit is a 20-bed inpatient unit based on the Abingdon Community Hospital site with access to a therapy gym, kitchen and garden. We provide short term rehabilitation for people post stroke and perform highly in the national stroke audit (SSNAP) taking a dynamic and innovative approach to evidence-based practice and service development. As part of the role, you will work alongside a specialist multidisciplinary team.

We can offer you great opportunities to develop your specialist skills and knowledge in the area of stroke, as well as support to develop non-clinical skills required for career progression. All whilst working in a compassionate, supportive environment where the needs of our patients are always put first.

You will have the opportunity for regular supervision and teaching. Flexible working across 7 days should be anticipated.

We would be delighted to discuss this post further with anyone who is interested, and informal visits to the unit are welcomed.

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameCarly FrankJob titleClinical Lead Occupational TherapistEmail addresscarly.frank@oxfordhealth.nhs.ukTelephone number01865 904922Additional contact information

Emma Garratt Clinical Lead Physiotherapist

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