Nurse's Role As A Community Health Nurse At WA Health
Tertiary qualified, community focused and compassionate healthcare professional, I welcome the opportunity to undertake a new and exciting role as a Community Health Nurse at WA Health where I can utilise my qualifications, skills and experience. During my extensive nursing career, spanning 25+ years I have contributed worked in culturally diverse communities in Australia, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, South-East Asia and the United Kingdom. Enthusiastic, vibrant, caring, highly organised and hardworking, I am confident that my expertise would be well utilised within the Child and Adolescent Community Health Division of WA Health. Having demonstrated a high level of attention to detail, flexibility and communication with internal …show more content…
Identifies opportunities to work collaboratively with nursing staff to resolve issues and develop better procedures.
Supportive, contributing and dedicated team member with the ability to work productively unsupervised.
Highly organised with excellent time management skills, meeting tight and competing deadlines consistently.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to think creatively to resolve problems and issues.
Represents the organisation in an honest and ethical manner, supporting a culture of integrity and professionalism.
Responsive to diverse experiences, perspectives, values and beliefs and listen to others ' individual viewpoints.
Proven ability to establish long-term and positive relationships with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Capacity to provide strong guidance, supervise, direct and motivate less experienced healthcare workers.
Ability to understand, interpret and apply various healthcare legislation, policies and …show more content…
• Communicate and interact effectively and clearly with a range of patients and health professionals.
• Manage workload and communicate effectively with colleagues to ensure completion to a high standard.
• Perform all duties in accordance with the South Metropolitan Health Service and program specific policies & procedures.
• Performance of duties in accordance with relevant Occupational Health and Safety as well as equal opportunity legislation.
• Ensure the provision of a safe working environment in consultation with staff under their supervision.
• Perform Hepatitis B and MMR Immunisation to newborns and mothers prior to discharge home.
• Perform IV cannulation and contribute in the capacity of Perinatal Loss Co-ordinator as required.
• Conduct performance appraisals of level 1 staff on an annual basis and follow up throughout the course of the year.
• Provide clinical resource and problem solving support for Registered Midwives/Nurses and Enrolled Nurses.
• Perform all duties in accordance with Government and WA Health Policies and Procedures.
Oct 2009 - Current CELL CARE AUSTRALIA |