Our client is one of the leading providers of paediatric healthcare in the UK, with a large scope of clinics spanning across the South. Our client provides local services for children and a referral service for specialist home health care for children and families. Our client is experiencing massive demand and as a result are actively seeking for a second Director of Patient Care Services to come on board and oversee the quality of care being provided across the clinics.
Our client is one of the leading providers of paediatric healthcare, with services spanning across central UK they have in recent years experienced significant growth and development, taking on a number of new services and contracts nationally. Our client is an employee centred organisation, recognising that employees are the key to their success, offering extensive training and opportunities to all employees.
The organisation focuses on working closely as a transparent team, ensuring all employees have the opportunity to reach their full potential. Our client is now looking to continue their success within the healthcare market through taking on ambitious and driven individuals with the future plan to continue their growth and success.
The successful candidate will be responsible for assessing, developing and driving the organisations strategy for transforming patient experience across 5 paediatric clinics across the south. The region has recently become split into two separate locations due to high patient demand and workload, therefore this role will involve working alongside the other director of patient care services who oversees the remaining 5 clinics. The role will require the successful candidate to travel 40% of their time between the 5 clinics weekly and the remaining time can be spent in the main hospital or working remotely. The main responsibilities of this role include, analysing patient experience trends, providing training and support to teams, providing leadership, developing strategy to improve patient experience and working alongside finance teams to correlate how this impacts revenue.
They must have a Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare or children’s related field and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a management role, preferably in children’s healthcare. They must have a proven track record in project planning and execution and have a sincere passion for wanting to help people. The successful candidate must have a full UK drivers licence.
If you feel you are suitable for this role please apply below.
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Job Reference: MW;DPCS
£90,000 - 100,000