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01/03/2021
The ADON Ambulatory/Medical Directorate is responsible for the standard of nursing care within the designated areas and will lead the nursing team in the development and coordination of the service within the directorate’s defined priorities. The ADON Ambulatory/Medical Directorate will translate the directorate priorities for all nursing and healthcare assistant (HCA) staff. The aim is to achieve the best possible clinical outcomes and experience for patients.
Connolly Hospital, Dublin
01/03/2021
To co-ordinate and oversee specific in sourcing and outsourcing initiatives within the RCSI Hospital Group. Review Patient Pathways in place for the management of Out Patients, in patients and day case waiting lists across the RCSI Hospital Group, and to ensure that patients are treated in a timely and equitable manner. The post holder will initially be required to focus on the Cavan and Monaghan Hospitals waiting list initiatives.
Cavan Hospital, Cavan
26/02/2021
The provision of a quality Physiotherapy service in line with standards of Physiotherapy practice. To provide quality, client centred Physiotherapy assessment and treatment to identified client groups at designated centres as directed by the Physiotherapy Manager.
Connolly Hospital, Dublin
26/02/2021
Due to the urgent requirement of this post interviews will take place as soon as possible once the closing date has passed. This means that you may be called forward for interview at very short notice
Cavan Hospital, Cavan
19/02/2021
Cavan Monaghan Hospital’s catchment population of over 120,000 covering counties Cavan & Monaghan, and parts of Counties Longford, Leitrim, and Meath. Cavan Monaghan Hospital is part of the RCSI Hospitals Group which covers a population in excess of 800,000. Cavan Monaghan Hospital provides a range of acute medical, surgical, obstetric, and gynaecological, paediatric services, day care, outpatient, diagnostic and support services. Emergency services are provided on a 365-day, 24 hour basis. Multi-disciplinary teams representative of medical, nursing/midwifery, health and social care professionals, management administration and general support staff play a pivotal role in the development, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of these services. Cavan General Hospital has a total in-patient bed complement of 255 and 102 day beds. Monaghan Hospital has a total of 31 in-patient beds inclusive of step-down and rehabilitation and 23 day beds. The total staff HSE complement is approximately 1050 in Cavan General Hospital and 100 in Monaghan Hospital. The hospital is affiliated to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) for medical education, to Dundalk Institute of Technology for nursing education and to University College Dublin (UCD), Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and the Institute of Technology for health and social care professional education Cavan General Hospital is an acute general hospital incorporating an Obstetric Consultant Led Unit and a Midwifery Led Unit. The hospital provides maternity and gynaecological services primarily to the catchment areas of counties Cavan, Monaghan, Leitrim, Longford and North Meath. The Obstetric department provides: • Antenatal bookings and return antenatal clinics. • Outreach bookings and return antenatal clinics. • Maternity day ward facility. • Antenatal and Postnatal Parent craft Education. • Breastfeeding support and advice. • Antenatal in-patient care. • Low and High risk intra-partum care including 24 hour epidural service. • Postnatal care for mothers and babies. • Special care baby unit. • Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit and Gynaecological Services. • Obstetric ultrasound scanning. The Midwifery Led Unit provides: Antenatal. Intrapartum and Postnatal care to low risk women. Care is delivered by a team of midwives whose practice is guided by regional evidence based guidelines. If there is any deviation from the normal at any stage of pregnancy, delivery, or post-natal period the mother or neonate is transferred to consultant led care. The facility has two birthing and overnight rooms set in a homely environment. Special Care Baby Unit provides: Neonatal care to babies born electively after 30 weeks gestation and at earlier gestations as unplanned deliveries. Neonates requiring intensive care are ventilated, stabilised and transferred to one of the Dublin Neonatal Units primarily Rotunda Hospital and return to Cavan for high dependency and special care until discharge. The capacity of the unit is 5 cots and 1 isolation room with one overnight stay room for mothers.
Cavan Hospital, Cavan
12/03/2020
To carry out Radiographic duties in line with department protocols.
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