Clinical Governance Lead
Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital | Permanent | Full time | Flexible working considered
37.5 hours per week
Up to £40,000 per annum depending on experience
As Clinical Governance Lead at our Brighton Hospital, you will provide strong leadership and support in maintaining safe & high-quality care delivery to our patients and beneficiaries. You will work closely with the hospital matron, senior clinical leaders, and key regional & national stakeholders across the organization to facilitate clinical excellence, evidence-based care, and fulfilment of Nuffield Health’s charitable purpose.
You will be a registered healthcare professional (NMC, HCPC or GPC) and be educated up to degree/post graduate level in a clinical discipline. Qualifications in organizational governance e.g. ISO9001 auditor or equivalent is valuable but not essential. We are looking for someone who can develop productive relationships with strong teams, identify improvement opportunities, influence change, and get results. Experience in clinical governance and quality assurance is essential. You will have excellent communication skills with strong attention to detail and be able to work proactively and efficiently.
As our Clinical Governance Lead, you will:
Champion the organization’s brand values.
Drive the continuous improvement of our hospital’s clinical services by:
Appraising audit data and outcomes with a focus on meaningful change.
Analyzing incidents & complaints with a focus on ‘closing the loop’.
Driving & embedding the Hospital Quality Improvement Plan.
Listening to our patients and key service users to inform the way we care.
Produce monthly, quarterly, and annual reports that highlight successes and opportunities for improvement and development.
Engage with the hospital senior leadership team to inform management of risk and opportunities.
Ensure the hospital is aligned with regulatory expectation and patient safety initiatives.
Manage a contemporaneous hospital risk register with a focus on risk reduction.
Inform and develop local & national policy.
Provide advice, guidance and subject matter expertise on governance processes to all those involved in the leadership of clinical care.
Drive & maintain contribution to PROMs, NJR, UKHSA surveillance.
Provide infection prevention leadership and guidance or work effectively with the existing hospital lead.
Provide health & safety leadership and guidance or work effectively with the existing hospital lead.
Support the achievement & maintenance local & organizational accreditation e.g. ISO9001.
Once you have applied, more details regarding the role will be sent over.
Helping you feel good.
We want our people to love coming to work, feeling healthy, happy and valued. And with access to our private healthcare, free gym membership, 33 days holiday (including bank holidays) which increase with length of service, 20% discount at our nurseries, a range of lifestyle and wellbeing benefits, and more. You can truly enjoy a whole range of benefits tailored to your lifestyle.
Be your best and join us in building a healthier nation. It starts with you.
Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital
At Nuffield Health Brighton Hospital, we work with leading medical Consultants to provide first-class treatments and high standards of care for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of a wide range of medical and surgical conditions using the latest facilities and technology.
We take pride in delivering high standards of patient care to both private patients and the NHS. Our facilities include 44 purpose built en-suite rooms, 3 operating theatres plus 1 endoscopy theatre.
Other facilities include physiotherapy and a diagnostic department. We are located in Woodingdean, on the east side of Brighton with easy access by rail and road, including free parking.
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