General Practitioner - HMP Foston Hall

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Location
Foston, Derbyshire
Salary
Competitive with benefits
Posted
26 Jul 2017
Closes
23 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Industry
NHS

Break in to Prison Healthcare!


HMP YOI Foston Hall is a Closed Female prison holding a mixture of remand, unsentenced, short and long term sentenced young adults and adult prisoners located in Foston, Derbyshire.

 

About the job:
As a member of the Multi-Disciplinary Team, the General Practitioner will provide clinical assessment and diagnosis to patient’s requirements and make timely decisions regarding future management. You will also provide a highly specialist resource to other healthcare staff, patients and carers and have active involvement in clinical governance/effectiveness activities.

It doesn’t end there; you will have a chance to become actively involved in audit, teaching and training (management of substance misuse and/or blood borne viruses) as well as helping us to adapt the service to the ever-changing needs of the patients. 

In this environment we appreciate flexibility around working hours hence we are looking for part time requests. We offer a competitive annual salary plus payment of MDU/MPS subscription (pro-rata). Furthermore should you wish there are plenty of opportunities for extra shifts and overtime.

 

Further job information:
We are looking for General Practitioners to work part-time at HMP YOI Foston Hall. 

The salary for these roles is up to £110,000 FTE - dependent on experience + Indemnity (pro-rata). We also welcome Bank applications. 

Offers of employment are subject to Care UK terms and conditions and receipt of satisfactory references, Enhanced DBS Check and Prison Vetting.

 

About us:
Care UK is the Health in Justice market leader, providing healthcare services to offenders across the country. Our model of care is our Wellbeing Approach – an integrated, comprehensive approach in recognition of the fact prisoners are a socially-excluded group with healthcare needs which are complex and often associated with poor outcomes. It adopts the premise no single health/wellbeing factor can be taken in isolation of other motivational issues which might impact a person’s care.

We’ll utilise the wellbeing model to put patient care and safety at the heart of everything we do through assessing prisoners across 5 domains of; physical and mental wellbeing, substance misuse, relationships and resettlement. The patient and clinician complete a wellbeing wheel assessment to set goals and outcomes in partnership. The patient will complete the assessment and any needs identified will be met by our fully integrated service delivery team