Are you a Nurse, Physiotherapist or Healthcare Support Worker?
And do you want to:
HomeLink Healthcare is a clinician-led, values-driven, patient-centric organisation. We are committed to providing high quality Hospital at Home services that complement the NHS and provide additional capacity to care for people in the place they call home.
We know that the quality, compassion and commitment of our teams is essential to delivering high-quality care and producing excellent patient outcomes. Whether you are a Nurse, Physiotherapist or Healthcare Support Worker, if you work with us, you will be giving people exceptional clinical care at home.
We have worked hard to develop an open and welcoming culture where everyone is valued and rewarded for the part they play in delivering high quality patient care and is encouraged to suggest improvements.
The result is great outcomes for our patients, satisfied clients and a loyal staff team.
At HomeLink Healthcare we believe that everyone has the right to be treated in the place they call home rather than in the hospital when it is clinically safe to do so.
HomeLink Healthcare provides high-quality Hospital at Home services to NHS patients through a multi-disciplinary team of Nurses, Physiotherapists and Healthcare Support Workers.
We do this through a number of pathways including: Early Supported Discharge, Discharge to Assess, Virtual Ward, Re-ablement, Intermediate Care, Bridging Packages of Care and Admission Avoidance.
“It’s the best place I’ve ever worked”, Elaine, Clinical and Operational Lead, RN
“It’s all about quality rather than quantity of work”, Michele, Healthcare Support Worker
“We really value honesty, trust and transparency. Our staff really feel this”, April, Head of Clinical & Operational Services
“For me, this company is very supportive. I can’t say a bad word about them.” Igor, Physiotherapist
We offer a competitive salary and a good benefits package.
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HomeLink Healthcare are led by clinicians and have a supportive management culture.
We provide 24/7 in-house clinical support. This means that you can always have a conversation with a clinician who understands your questions.
Our accessible electronic patient record system means no need for endless paperwork to complete, allowing staff to spend quality time with each patient.
Read more about quality on our about us page.
All staff are supported with an in-depth programme of training which is a mix of online, Teams and face-to-face. Staff are also encouraged to participate in relevant external training and we allocate up to five paid study days for staff members.
Annual appraisals and development plans are in place to support our people to develop their careers. We encourage career development and rotation between different services.
From a Therapy perspective we’ve implemented a band five to band six training programme to support newly graduated physiotherapists. This provides support around leadership, management and patient care.
Our service runs from early morning to late in the evening. Due to the nature of the work there is often flexibility in the hours that we provide services and therefore which staff can work. We will always do our best to offer flexibility to suit individual staff schedules and commitments, whilst ensuring we can meet the needs of our patients.
All staff will need to drive and have access to a car. We pay 45p per mile travel expenses.
We can provide staff with expenses loans so that staff are not out of pocket.
Our staff carry out on average five visits per shift and spend a minimum of 45 minutes with patients on each visit.
The happiness and well-being of our staff is as important to us. Resources include an Employee Assistance Programme; access to a well-being app and website with useful tools and resources.
As long as policies are followed we operate a no blame culture that encourages us to learn from mistakes. Regular open-door sessions with senior leaders and freedom-to-speak guardians provide opportunities for staff to share concerns or something positive with our senior leaders.
Our staff survey and Happiness index enables staff to provide anonymous feedback on how they are feeling at any time.
If you are kind, a great team player, have relevant experience and are committed to providing the best possible care to our patients we’d love to hear from you.
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