Haematology Clinical Practice Facilitator (London)

11 November 2019

HCA Healthcare UK – Haematology Clinical Practice Facilitator

Reference: HCA15692

Location: London

Salary: Competitive

Facility: The London Bridge Hospital

Closing date: 11 November 2019


About the facility

London Bridge Hospital, Private Care at Guy’s opened patients in the Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital April 2017.


This expansion of the existing London Bridge Hospital operated by HCA Healthcare UK, part of the world’s largest private hospital group, on the top four floors of the Cancer Centre at Guy’s.

This outstanding facility includes; 40 inpatient beds, 9 day case beds, 4 intensive care beds, 4 operating theatres, including the UK’s first integrated robotics theatre and a Da Vinci robot, 18 chemotherapy bays, 5 consulting rooms, X-ray, fluoroscopy and ultrasound, Surgery and treatment in urology, breast and gynaecology and Haematology oncology treatment and care.


Job Description

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the team at London Bridge Hospital Private Care at Guy’s which includes The Chemotherapy Day Unit and a 21 bed inpatient ward which primarily treats patients receiving:

  • Systemic anticancer treatments (SACT) including immune directed therapies
  • High dose chemotherapy and autologous transplant (for both malignant and non-malignant indications)
  • Radiotherapy
  • Symptom management
  • End of life cancer care

The department is planning to extend its haematology transplant programme to include allogenic transplants in addition to the current autologous transplants we are seeking a dedicated CPF to ensure nurses are trained and have appropriate competencies to care for these patients.

The successful post holder will provide training and development to Registered Nurses (RNs) and will be expected to spend 50% of their time delivering training and 50% in clinical duties.

The ideal candidate will have experience in haematology and stem cell transplantation, be competent in the administration of cytotoxic chemotherapy and support the competency. 

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