Emergency nurse practitioners (ENPs)
We need emergency nurse practitioners (ENPs) for temporary, last minute placements across England and Wales. Thornbury ENPs can access work in a variety of settings such as minor injury units (standalone or ED), walk-in centres, urgent care centres, primary care centres and GP out of hours. You’ll need to work to our high standards and in return you’ll receive full professional support from us.
- A valid NMC Pin
- A willingness to work to our company expectations
- A minimum of 2 years’ experience in the last 2.5 years practicing as an ENP in an urgent care setting (minor injuries, urgent care or walk-in centres)
- Evidence of a university accredited course at Level 3 (diploma) or above in clinical reasoning and clinical examination
- The ability to independently undertake comprehensive consultations for emergency and urgent, undifferentiated and undiagnosed conditions, as the first point of contact to treat, refer and formulate a discharge plan
- Evidenced completion of V300 prescribing course is desirable
Emergency nurse practitioner jobs
Thornbury Nursing Services has emergency nurse practitioner (ENP) roles to fill urgent and temporary vacancies across England and Wales. We seek experienced ENPs to provide care in hospital emergency departments, walk in centres, and urgent care centres.
Our ENP jobs are available in various public and private healthcare settings including NHS hospitals, private clinics, and out-of-hours services. Register with us today if you meet our requirements and want to access excellent pay and benefits.
Requirements for our ENP roles
Thornbury’s ENPs maintain our high standards of care even when faced with challenging last-minute placements. We recruit professionals who share our commitment to excellence in emergency care.
Before applying, please ensure you have the requirements listed above to align with our standards. This will streamline your application.
What does an ENP do?
ENPs in the UK are tasked with evaluating, diagnosing, providing treatment, and releasing patients. Your day-to-day duties may include:
- Thorough patient evaluations, including the assessment and management of pain.
- Identifying conditions such as sprains, strains, lacerations, and animal bites, administering medication (either orally or through injections), and managing minor injuries like burns and wounds
- Interpreting and evaluating x-ray results
- Administering specific medications, which may include antibiotics
- Documenting findings from ECG examinations
- Discharging patients when deemed appropriate
Why work as an ENP with Thornbury Nursing Services?
As a top nursing agency, Thornbury Nursing Services links ENPs to rewarding roles nationwide. Our benefits include:
- Excellent rates of pay
- Reimbursement of NMC registration fees
- Coverage of travel costs
- Free annual flu shots
- 24-hour support line
- Access to professional development training
Once registered, use our Quick Nurse platform to easily find and book ENP shifts that fit your availability and preferences, whether part-time or full-time.
Locations that we’re looking for ENPs in
Thornbury Nursing Services recruits ENPs across England and Wales; in major cities including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff, and smaller communities.
Some roles may be in remote areas, but we always cover travel expenses so that you keep as much as possible from your earnings.
Ready to progress your ENP career? Register with Thornbury Nursing Services today.
Frequently asked questions
You’ll need a minimum of 12 months experience in the last 18 months, working in an intensive care setting (general, cardiac, neuro or burns).
We have shifts across England and Wales. Just use the Quick Nurse app to browse based on your location and you will instantly find the closest shifts available.
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