Our client sees more than 3 million patients each year and diagnostic imaging is one of the busiest services that they provide. There fully integrated imaging services offer increased capacity for NHS trusts and convenient, fast access to services for patients.
Audiologists are a vital part of the team and they are responsible for making sure their patients receive the best standard of care, generating high quality images as part of their pathway. As a key part of the on-site clinical team you will optimise patient care and ensure delivery of a reliable and continually developed service, from a team that strives to exceed client expectations
Working with – Audiology colleagues within Unit, Lead Audiologist, Operations Manager, Patients, NHS Colleagues (Health visitors, School Nurses, Child and Family services etc.) Patient Referral Centre colleagues, Mobile Planning Team, Central Head Office Functions
Skills and Experience
- Working within a hospital or mobile environment –
- Working within a multi-disciplined team
- Masters or Bachelor’s degree in audiological science or equivalent
- BAA/BSA part 1 and part 2
- Membership of RCCP, BAA, HCPC, or relevant professional body
If you are interested in any of the above roles, please contact Martine Cohen
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