One to One Midwives provide a community based midwifery service with continuity and choice at the heart of everything we do .
When you first access One to One you will be allocated a dedicated midwife who will be the lead caregiver throughout your pregnancy, birth (if you choose a homebirth) and for 6 weeks of postnatal care.
She added: “We also advise not to bring children to the scan appointment – however, if it is unavoidable then we welcome children in the scan room.
Are you passionate about what you do and believe that everyone makes a difference?If so, look no further as this could be the job for you.Care takes place in your homes (or location of your choice) at times to suit your needs and the vast majority of visits take place in the evening or at weekends to ensure that your partners are also active participants in the care.There are no limits to the number of visits and you and midwife will agree how often the visits should take place to meet the individual needs of your family.• Excellent organisation and time management skills • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • Previous experience in a Primary Care setting • Full training given in local processes Desirable: • Previous experience within a healthcare environment, ideally within a GP Practice • Knowledge of databases We have permanent full or part time jobs, working up to 37.5 hours per week on a rota basis.
As the service is open from 7am – 10pm Monday – Sunday, we are looking for applicants who can be flexible to work between these times.
“If children are not in the scan room for the duration of the scan, they may, at the discretion of the sonographer, be invited in at the end of the examination to be part of the experience, again where it is safe and appropriate to do so.
“Scans can be exciting times for patients and their families but they are also an important medical examination that need to be carried out by sonographers with high levels of concentration.” What do you think?
A spokesman for NNUH said: “Restricting the potential distractions and number of visitors, including children, in the room during the examination enables our teams to perform the scan effectively and there are multiple hospitals who restrict this to only one guest.
“It may be necessary for our teams to discuss a woman’s medical history, or to perform a transvaginal scan, an internal examination allowing further investigation of the reproductive organs.
We can offer you: • Up to £16,500 per annum, dependent on experience (pro-rata for part-time) • 25 days annual leave 8 public holidays (pro-rata) • Company pension scheme • Regional/national opportunities • Free online and face-to-face training • Cycle to work scheme • Childcare vouchers and online discounts Once you have pressed apply to this job, you will be contacted within by Daniel who sits within our recruitment team by phone or email.