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We are recruiting for a Lead Rehabilitation Physiotherapist to work at Bupa Cromwell Hospital, which is an internationally recognised hospital located in the heart of Kensington, London. This is a dual clinical and leadership role of the rehabilitation team which covers Neurological Rehabilitation, Oncology, Medical/Surgical and Cardiothoracic services. You will be responsible for the daily operational management and clinical leadership of the Rehabilitation team in conjunction with the Physiotherapy Lead. You will also carry a clinical caseload of patients requiring physiotherapy intervention.
- Promote a cohesive, dynamic and co-ordinated Rehabilitation Physiotherapy team and service.
- Establish and maintain efficient communication within the multi-disciplinary team (both internal and external) to ensure a holistic and complete duty of care. This includes verbal, non-verbal or written communication, both in expression and active listening, to facilitate accurate comprehension of information.
- Act as a resource of specialist advice for patients, clients and colleagues within the scope of your experience and knowledge.
- Participate in the overall day to day management and development of the Therapy Department and your area of speciality to ensure an efficient and safe service for all.
- Practise as an autonomous and accountable professional using reflective practise and clinical reasoning in undertaking specialist assessment in order to provide an individualised treatment programme for each patient.
- Provide exceptional programmes of care for the patients in your care through assessment and implementation of highly specialist treatments in order to maximise their rehabilitation outcomes.
- Communicate condition-related information to patients, relatives and carers and use appropriate methods to address barriers to communication.
- Deal sensitively and empathetically with distressing or emotional circumstances regarding patient care.
- Support Rehabilitation team members in the management of challenging clinical situations.
- Degree in Physiotherapy
- HCPC Registration
- CSP Membership
- Experience in providing on-call service to Cardio/Respiratory patients
- Sound experience of working with clients with complex rehabilitation needs with Oncology or Neurological deficit
- Proven experience of leading a team
- Operational management experience in a Therapy setting
- Experience in providing supervision/mentorship to junior colleagues
- Experience of participation in audit and quality assurance activities.
- Basic Bobath training
- Good communication and strong interpersonal skills
How to apply
Please send your CV and covering letter to Louise Griffiths, Senior Specialist Recruiter, at email@example.com