Thank you for your interest in this role, we would be delighted to welcome you to Sherwood Forest Hospitals.
The Gastroenterology Department at Kings Mill Hospital are looking to recruit an experienced Patient Pathway Co-ordinator to join our busy team on 37.5 hours per week. You will need to have thorough knowledge of RTT and PTL and be aware of the Trusts targets as well as knowledge of systems such as Medway PAS.
Duties will include;
• Answering/ making phone calls to patients and colleagues.
• Validating PTL.
• Audio typing where required.
• Working closely with consultants and colleagues across the Gastroenterology Department
• Tracking patient case notes.
• General/ admin duties including photocopying, fax and filing
In May 2020, Kings Mill Hospital, was rated Outstanding by the CQC. Newark Hospital and Mansfield Community Hospital are both rated Good and all 15 of our services are rated Good for Safety with 5 Outstanding services. We know safe, patient centred care is delivered by well supported people and in 2018 and 2019 colleagues at Sherwood rated us the best Acute Trust in the Midlands. In 2019, in the Freedom to Speak Up Index, we were the top rated Acute Trust in the East Midlands.
In 2019 and 2020 we made the shortlist for HSJ Acute Trust of the Year.
We provide outstanding healthcare across the community to 500,000 people in Mansfield, Ashfield, Newark and parts of Derbyshire and Lincolnshire. We work with 5,000 colleagues in our three hospitals and have well established relationships with health and social care partners through the Mid Notts Integrated Care Partnership.
We have an open, inclusive and diverse culture.
Richard Mitchell, Chief Executive
This advert closes on Tuesday 27 Apr 2021
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