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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Salary/Rate
£31500 - £35700/annum 
Location
London 
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Theatre Nurse/Practitioner – Recovery Permanent, full time £31,500 - £35,700 per annum Are you a Recovery Practitioner or Nurse wanting a new challenge? Do you want more variation within your role? If so, read on… We are recruiting for a Permanent, full time Recovery Practitioner/Nurse to work within London’s largest private hospital. The post-holder is responsible and accountable for providing high quality clinical care to patients following surgery, cardiac catheter laboratory and interventional radiology procedures. The Recovery applicant will: • Be responsible for the total nursing care of individual patients within the PACU area by evaluating patients for hemodynamic stability, neurological stability, and pain management • Plans, implements and documents all care • Prepare the PACU in readiness to admit patients after surgical procedures and ensure a PACU discharge criterion is adhered to before discharging patients Typical shift patterns may consist of the following: 07:30-13:00, 12:30-18:00, 12:30-21:00, 07:30-21:00, full flexibility is required. The salary for this role is between £31,500 - £35,700 per annum depending on experience. Duties and Responsibilities • Participate fully as a team member, including working in all areas of the theatre suite, sharing knowledge and information and supporting colleagues, to promote a cohesive team and the achievement of team objectives. • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with Consultants and other health professionals and to ensure that prescribed treatment is carried out. • Ensures the policies and procedures relating to administration blood and blood products are followed. To discuss this role further you can call us today or complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHTPR 
Job ID
201471770 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£31000 - £39000/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Staff Nurse – Paediatrics Central London Salary Range - £31,000 - £39,000 (inclusive + excellent benefit package) Pulse is working in partnership with a leading private paediatric hospital in Central London to recruit Paediatric Staff Nurses to work on their medical/surgical general paediatric ward based in Central London . Internationally recognised for clinical excellence, the general paediatric ward consists of 45 inpatient beds with specialities including; Spinal Surgery, ENT, Orthopaedics, Neuro Rehab, Plastics, Neurology and Medical/ Surgical. We are looking to recruit passionate Registered Sick Children’s Nurses (RNC/RSCN) who have a minimum of 1 year paediatric experience. The candidate must be NMC registered and have experience working in an acute setting, in addition to being able to provide an exceptional level of patient focused care and want to further develop their skill set and career. This hospital is committed to investing in your future and will provide excellent training, educational and career development opportunities. The successful candidates will be rewarded with a competitive inclusive salary of up to £39,200 - depending on experience. This is in addition to a great benefit package including flexible annual leave, private healthcare, pension scheme, gym membership, life assurance and subsidised accommodation in the heart of London! To hear more information about this position or to discuss this role further you can call us today.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
MIGP 
Job ID
201471761 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£47383 - £53306/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Night Sister Co-ordinator – Central London Permanent, full time £47,383.00 - £53,306.00 per annum Are you looking for a full time NIGHTS ONLY position? Are you an experienced Senior Nurse? If so, read on… We are looking for a Night Sister, Coordinator to join central London’s largest private hospital to work on a busy mixed specialty surgical floor. The surgical floor specialises in gastroenterology (surgical and medical), colorectal, hepatobiliary, ENT, Plastic and reconstruction, breast care and other general surgical intervention. The post holder will provide a high standard of clinical care to all patients in the hospital throughout the night. They will also offer operational and clinical management and guidance to junior staff in the absence of the Night Manager or Coordinator. To provide leadership and direction in the nightly management of the hospital, while working in collaboration with other heads of department (nursing and non-nursing) in the provision of a customer – focused quality service. To line manage the Night Coordinator and Night Charge Nurse team. To provide clinical support and clinical supervision to the Night Coordinator team, Night Sisters team and newly appointed RMO’s. This is a full time post and shift patterns will consist of Night Shifts (20.00-08.30) (13 every 4 weeks) Duties and Responsibilities • To ensure the development and maintenance of quality nursing care and services, identifying and acting upon any shortfalls. • To monitor and evaluate, against agreed standards, the provision of safe and knowledgeable clinical practice. • To provide managerial and clinical support to all nursing areas, undertaking an appropriate expanded clinical role, within professional codes of conduct and practice. • To act as Site Manager, and co-ordinate out-of-hours services, admissions and staffing requirements. • To demonstrate a commitment to achieving departmental and organisational objectives. • Procure out of-hours medicines from pharmacy with the RMO. As an ALS provider, undertake a team leader role if necessary in the resuscitation team for both hospitals. Skills and Experience • Registered Nurse Level 1 • ENB 998 • ALS Provider • Dip. Nursing/Management • Experience of working at Sister level • Acute Adult Areas i.e., ICU, PCU • Acute care background • Expanded clinical practice e.g. Defibrillation, Skills cannulation, electro cardiology venepuncture To discuss this role further you can call us today or complete the form below and one of our experienced Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHNSC 
Job ID
201468928 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£31400 - £35600/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Staff Nurse Oncology – Central London Permanent, full time Salary range: £31,465 - £35,635 Are you a qualified nurse with over 1 years post qualification experience in Oncology? Are you looking for a employer than can genuinely help you to progress as a nurse? If so, read on… Pulse is wanting to hear from qualified nurses that have an interested in progressing their career within Oncology care. We are recruiting a Staff Nurse – Oncology for a private London Hospital. This hospital boasts specialist medical teams that use the very latest medical technology including the most advanced Da Vinci Robot and state of the art diagnostic imaging equipment. Complimenting this outstanding technology is a close knit team that values both the team ethic here and the career development opportunities available at all levels. It is also very important to all employees that they get to spend valuable one-to-one time with their patients – something they know they couldn't do in an NHS hospital of this size. The Oncology Department is growing and looking for staff that can shape and develop the unit. You will have the opportunity to work within our 8 bed inpatient oncology / medical ward. The department has excellent links with Oncology Centres within London and offers the best use of the latest cutting edge technology. Job Description To assess, plan, deliver and evaluate high standards of nursing care. To work within a team, supervising and directing junior staff and deputising for Senior Staff Nurse in their absence. The Shift patterns will consist of 2 evenings per week and alternate weekends PLUS rotation onto night duty every 4 to 6 weeks. Shifts are 11.5 hours with internal rotation from day shift to night shift. Duties and Responsibilities • To have a good understanding of medical, haematology and oncology nursing. • To demonstrate compassion and empathy at all time. • To work closely with the multidisciplinary team in order to provide the best possible experience for our patients. Skills & Experience • Registered Nurse Level 1 – NMC Registration • Oncology experience is essential • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal, be able to effectively use time and ensure the highest level of clinical care and customer care skills. To discuss this role further you can call us today or complete the form below and one of our experienced Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHSNO 
Job ID
201461918 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£45000 - £50000/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Cardiac Senior Sister/Charge Nurse Central London Permanent, full time £45,000 - £50,000 per annum + benefits Are you a Cardiac experienced nurse with a real passport for Cardiac Care? Are you looking to join a new forward thinking employer? If so, read on… We are working alongside a private Central London hospital which specialises in complex, Cardiac, cancer, and neuroscience care for both adults and children. With the most advanced medical equipment and the largest private paediatric ITU in the country, this hospital attracts some of the finest specialist consultants from many of London's major teaching hospitals. We are looking to recruit a Cardiac Senior Sister/Charge Nurse for a specialist Cardiac Ward. The Cardiac Ward is made up of 15 private rooms and a 5-bedded CCU – all rooms and beds have full cardiac monitors. The patients treated on the unit are cardiac medical, intervention and surgical and thoracic medical and surgical. We are interested to hear from applicants that are able to meet the below requirements: • Registered Nurse Level 1 • UKCC Registration and PREP requirements • Post Registration Qualification In Cardiology / Cardiothoracic • ENB 998 / Mentorship qualification • Advanced Life Support • Extensive experience at senior nursing level • Phlebotomy training desirable Clinical Management A highly visible and proactive leader acting as a clinical resource and ensuring the sustained delivery of high standards of nursing and service delivery. Leading the clinical management of a defined ward or department to include support and mentorship of junior staff, acting as a clinical expert and role model. Operational Management Responsible for the operations management and professional leadership of the defined clinical area and staff, ensuring that performance and budgetary objectives are met. Maintain a proactive approach to managing patient flow through the service. Resource Management Effectively managing resources in all forms: staffing establishments, manpower planning and deployment of ward management budgets. Education and Training Keeping up with current developments and trends in clinical practice to include identifying own and team learning and education needs, maintaining the competencies requirements, portraying a positive image and supporting the ward/department team. Ensuring Quality Ensuring the highest quality of practice and care through effective monitoring of own and others clinical competence. To be responsible for the quality of the patients environment and lead on facilitating changes which improve the patients’ experience. Duties and Responsibilities • Provide strong, visible leadership and support for all ward Sisters and SSN’s, enabling appropriate escalation / update occurs regarding key clinical and managerial issues effecting the service • To work in partnership with Matrons, Heads of Clinical Services to ensure hospital objectives in relation to the workforce, service delivery, clinical quality & safety and financial control are monitored and maintained. • Responsible for demonstrating continuous improvements in standards of clinical nursing care • Continuously improving patient satisfaction and patient experience. To be proactive in identifying areas for improvement and implement remedial action as necessary • Responsible for working with the Ward Sisters in assessing the clinical skills required to deliver a safe and high quality service, identifying any deficits in this and developing programmes to address any issues • Responsible for ensuring that clinical initiatives and service developments become truly embedded in clinical practice and that staff have a clear understanding and opportunity to contribute to the change process • Provide patients, families and carers with expert, unbiased information regarding the causes, care and management of their condition To discuss this role further call us today or complete the form below and one of our Consultants will be in touch as soon as possible.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHSSCN 
Job ID
201461067 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£32000 - £33500/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Registered Children’s Nurse – Outpatients South West London Permanent, full time £33,500 per annum + benefits PULSE have been enlisted to recruit a Children’s Outpatient Nurse for a well respected hospital, renowned for its world leading consultants that pride themselves on providing the highest quality and choice of healthcare. The Children’s Nurse will be working alongside a team of passionate nurses within a state of the art dedicated outpatients centre in the beautiful surroundings of South West London. This is a modern, contemporary private diagnostic and treatment facility based in the heart of Chelsea. This state of the art Centre houses the latest MRI scanner, digital mammography machine, x-ray and ultrasound facilities, which assist our consultants in making a quick diagnosis and allow patients to begin their treatment as fast as possible. Job Description A unique opportunity for an RSCN-trained nurse, or a Dual registered nurse, ideally with Outpatients experience to join a growing paediatric service for children and families attending clinics at this Hospital, to provide a high standard of holistic family centred care to the children and families. This Opportunity will see you develop governance, clinical and education based paediatric focus within the outpatients department. Clinically, this role is less ‘hands-on’ than a ward-based position, it will see you assist with minor procedures as well as providing advice and information to parents, both in person and over the phone. The role will also involve a varied workload, ranging from meeting and greeting visitors to collating statistics and assisting the Sister with reports, pathways and audits. You will work regularly with other Nurses, Consultants and Healthcare Assistants. You will also be expected to carry out a range of key administrative tasks, including pathology ordering and appointment booking. Duties and Responsibilities • To plan, assess, implement and evaluate programmes of care for individual children and to supervise junior staff in this activity • To communicate complex and sensitive information effectively to patients, carers and other staff, overcoming any barriers to understanding and providing support during distressing or emotional events • To be competent in the administration of medication to children • To maintain accurate records of patient care & charged keyed on to Meditech • Organise tests and appointments both within and outside the hospital • To assist in ensuring the safety of the department, actively participating in clinical audit, clinical risk and quality issues, including the managing and reporting of incidents • To actively assist in the education and practical training of learners and junior staff at every opportunity • To co-ordinate the multidisciplinary team. To ensure that treatments prescribed by the medical staff are carried out, and that multidisciplinary team members are informed of changes in the patient’s condition • To manage allocated resources effectively and efficiently. This includes maintaining the correct skill mix and utilisation of time and equipment, in the absence of senior staff To discuss this role further you can call us today or complete the form below and one of our Consultants will contact you as soon as possible.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHCON  
Job ID
201460711 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£29000 - £30000/annum 
Location
Epsom, Surrey 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Endoscopy Nurse/Practitioner £30,000 per annum Epsom, Surrey PULSE is now excited to provide the opportunity for an Endoscopy Nurse/Practitioner to work alongside a private hospital in Epsom, Surrey. The successful candidate will be working within the Day Surgery theatres Department consisting of 2 theatres. This is an impressive private hospital which performs a variety of day stay procedures and surgeries including; hip, knee and shoulder surgery, ophthalmics, colposcopy, gastroscopy, dermatology amongst various others. As these theatres provide services for a variety of Outpatients or day case procedures, patients are generally under sedation or general anaesthetic. This state of the art hospital is open Monday – Friday within the hours of 7am – 8pm and Saturdays 8am – 2pm. There are no on-call or late shifts so this would provide applicants with a great work/life balance! So, we are looking to hear from applicants with a minimum of 1 year’s recent Endoscopy experience. The Endoscopy Nurse/Practitioner will be joining a well organised and passionate team whereby every staff member’s voice is heard in the department with regards to the running of the service. This position comes with a rewarding work environment and a salary of around £30,000 per annum dependent on experience and skills. To apply for this role or to discuss further, please complete the application form and one of our team will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHENP 
Job ID
201455490 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£30328 - £34348/annum 
Location
Manchester 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Theatre Practitioner – Recovery, scrub or Anaesthetic - Manchester Full time, Permanent £30,328 - £34,348 per annum Pulse is recruiting permanent, full time Theatre Practitioners for a new day case/outpatients procedures specialist hospital based in Wilmslow, Manchester. This newly opened Centre is interested to hear from experienced Recovery, Scrub and Anaesthetic nurse/practitioners that will have the opportunity to work in a state of the art theatre department. Successful Theatre Practitioners will be working as part of a small, close knit team to ensure a high standard of nursing care and safety for patients within the theatre unit. The successful candidate will be a role model for more junior members of the team, assisting with their coaching and development and deputising for the Lead in his/her absence. This is a Full Time position, working 37.5 hours per week, with hours to be worked flexibly around core business hours. The facility will operate from Monday to Saturday between the hours of 6:00 am – 10:00 pm. The salary for this role will be £30,328 - £34,348 per annum depending on experience. Specialties delivered at the hospital include: • General Surgery • urology • Gynaecology • ENT • Orthopaedics • Gastroenterology • Neurosciences • Plastics and Reconstructive/Breast • Dermatology The successful post-holder will actively contribute to the maintenance of an environment that is conducive to the delivery and promotion of a high standard of patient care and the establishment of good communications and relationships between staff, doctors, patients, relatives and visitors. Duties and Responsibilities • Ensure the environment meets the safety needs of the patient • Manage an operating list efficiently and effectively • Have the expertise to minimise cross-infection • To have a sound clinical knowledge based on education and experience in order to care for patients before, during and after surgery • To record all items used during surgery on patient’s profile screen on Meditech, and document details in Theatre Register • Ensures that policies and procedures relating to administration of medicines, blood and blood products are followed • Carry out the role of perioperative practitioner • Have the expertise to minimise cross-infection during surgery For more information about this role please complete the form below and a Pulse representative will be in touch with you shortly.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHTPM 
Job ID
201450572 
Contact Details
 
London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£29000 - £32000/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Aesthetic Laser Nurse £29,000 - £32,000 per annum Permanent, full time Harley Street, London Are you looking for an exciting opportunity where you can grow/develop within a new team? Are you looking for regular Monday – Friday working hours? If so, read on… Pulse is recruiting an Aesthetic Laser Nurse for a new nurse-led clinic opening in 2014 within London’s renowned medical district! This clinic is going to be pioneering new laser machines that have not yet been launched in this country. The clinic will offer unique laser services such as; laser hair removal, tattoo and scar removal along with other treatments. In addition to this, this private clinic will be offering specialist dermatology services to its clients. The clinic will be open Monday – Friday 9am – 9pm with nurses working to cover these hours. Full training will be provided with the new laser machine however we are looking for an applicant with experience/exposure to lasers. The Aesthetic Laser Nurse will be working for a pro active and forward thinking Manager who appreciates the rewards from offering dedicated and individual development courses and is happy to fund these. Depending on experience, the successful candidate will receive a competitive salary between £29,000 - £32,000 per annum depending on experience. To discuss this role further or to receive further info you can call us today. Or complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHALN 
Job ID
201441303 
Contact Details
 
London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£37500/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Charge Nurse Permanent, Full time £37,500 per annum Pulse is recruiting for an experienced Children’s Palliative Care Charge Nurse to join a dedicated Hospice that provides respite and residential care for Children. This hospice itself is based in East London. The successful candidate will be a Registered Sick Children’s Nurse, with experience in any Paediatric setting such as, the ward, PICU, Community or ideally a Hospice. The role will be to accompany families with children and young people with life-limiting or life threatening conditions during the child or young person's journey through life to death, creating positive experiences along the way which become good memories for the future. Job Summary: • To deputise on behalf of the Clinical Services Managers. • To provide specialist nursing care and advice to support and facilitate high quality, individualised care to users/carers without supervision in collaboration with all teams • To provide positive leadership and support to the multidisciplinary care team within the hospice. • To be responsible for the on-going support and development of the care team, including probationary, regular supervisions and appraisals. • To actively and positively participate on a rotational basis in care related meetings. • To assist the Director of Family and Care Services in the delivery of services in line with OFSTED, Care Quality Commission and CHKS. • Support medicines management (including transcription) with nursing staff and delegated support staff. Requirements: • Experience of supervision of staff • Experience of supervision of a team • Knowledge of clinical governance and the ability to ensure that practice is evidence based • Understanding of the process of risk management • Knowledge of/experience in symptom care/palliative care • Experience of working with children with complex care needs • Evidence of full competence in the care of children who are technology dependant including oxygen therapy, tracheostomy care, ventilator assisted care and those requiring enteral nutrition from a high dependency or intensive care setting • Operational leadership experience within a paediatric setting To hear more about this opportunity or to apply you can call us today. Alternatively, you can complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you today.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHCNPC 
Job ID
201418770 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£27000/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Senior Palliative Care Nurse Permanent, Full time £27,000 per annum, approx £34,500 with unsocial hours Pulse is recruiting for an experienced Children’s Palliative Care Nurse to join a dedicated Hospice that provides respite and residential care for Children. This hospice itself is based in East London The successful candidate will be a Registered Sick Children’s Nurse, with experience in any Paediatric setting such as, the ward, PICU, Community or ideally a Hospice. The role will be to accompany families with children and young people with life-limiting or life threatening conditions during the child or young person's journey through life to death, creating positive experiences along the way which become good memories for the future. Duties will involve to: • To manage a shift providing leadership to the team ensuring that all care is delivered in accordance with the hospice policies and procedures. • Actively lead, guide and supervise care staff and volunteers working in-house. • To provide supervision and support to all members of the care team. • Undertake specific jobs designated to senior nurse eg, ordering, budget control. Specific Responsibilities: • To work in partnership with families to assess, implement and evaluate plans of care to meet the individual needs of the child and the young person. • To provide specialist, skilled care for children and young people in accordance with evidence based practice and ensure that the needs of children and young people and their families are at the centre of all decisions. • Actively lead the clinical team on a shift to shift basis by managing shifts, including bookings, staffing, sickness and referral enquiries. Ensure that all relevant information is passed on at shift change. This position will involve weekends and nights shift rotation however, a generation shift allowance for unsocial hours is offered as per below: 8pm to 8am Monday to Friday, plus 50% (time and a half) Midnight Friday to Midnight Saturday plus 50% (time and a half) Midnight Saturday to Midnight Sunday plus 100% (double time) Bank holidays plus 100% (double time) To hear more about this opportunity or to apply you can call us today. Alternatively, you can complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you today.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHSPCN  
Job ID
201418754 
Contact Details
 
London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£32000 - £34000/annum 
Location
East Midlands 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Registered Mental Health Nurse - Disability Assessor £32,000 - £34,000 per annum + benefits package On behalf of our client, an Australian-owned provider of workplace rehabilitation, employment and psychological services, Pulse is recruiting Registered Nurses to provide health assessments in relation to a newly introduced Personal Independent Payment benefit, which aims at providing the claimants with additional support arising from long-term conditions. The purpose of this new opportunity is to undertake impartial assessment of the claimants’ conditions and their eligibility for extra help, and to provide non-judgmental recommendations to the government to promote fair decisions on all claims. This unique post requires nurses to undertake functional disability assessments of claimants both in clinics and in the claimants own homes. Successful candidates will assess claimant’s physical and/or mental health conditions and be able to assess how a given condition affects the claimant’s everyday life. The positions are based in West Midlands (Birmingham, Coventry, Walsall) and East Midlands (Derby, Leicester, Nottingham) with regional travel required to include home visits (an attractive mileage will be paid). We would particularly welcome applications from Community, District, Practice and Prison Nurses or those working in A&E and triage services; however any Registered Nurse with an experience of a wide range of conditions will be considered. Candidates need to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills with sound commercial awareness of business and customer needs. We are looking for Registered Nurses who are able to work autonomously in clinic setting in addition to visiting claimants in their own homes with ability to critically evaluate data, use clinical assessment skills to provide accurate evidence-based advice in a final report. You will also need to be a car driver with an access to own vehicle. In return, our client offers a salary £32,000 - £34,000 per annum and full or part-time working hours are available. You will be based from home and you will have the unique opportunity to choose when you work your hours (between Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm with occasional Saturdays 9am to 5pm). A comprehensive training and induction package is available to all candidates. So if you are interested in finding out more, please do contact us today. 020 7959 1159

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
KS 
Job ID
201403249 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£32000 - £34000/annum 
Location
West Midlands 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Registered Mental Health Nurse - Disability Assessor £32,000 - £34,000 per annum + benefits package On behalf of our client, an Australian-owned provider of workplace rehabilitation, employment and psychological services, Pulse is recruiting Registered Nurses to provide health assessments in relation to a newly introduced Personal Independent Payment benefit, which aims at providing the claimants with additional support arising from long-term conditions. The purpose of this new opportunity is to undertake impartial assessment of the claimants’ conditions and their eligibility for extra help, and to provide non-judgmental recommendations to the government to promote fair decisions on all claims. This unique post requires nurses to undertake functional disability assessments of claimants both in clinics and in the claimants own homes. Successful candidates will assess claimant’s physical and/or mental health conditions and be able to assess how a given condition affects the claimant’s everyday life. The positions are based in West Midlands (Birmingham, Coventry, Walsall) and East Midlands (Derby, Leicester, Nottingham) with regional travel required to include home visits (an attractive mileage will be paid). We would particularly welcome applications from Community, District, Practice and Prison Nurses or those working in A&E and triage services; however any Registered Nurse with an experience of a wide range of conditions will be considered. Candidates need to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills with sound commercial awareness of business and customer needs. We are looking for Registered Nurses who are able to work autonomously in clinic setting in addition to visiting claimants in their own homes with ability to critically evaluate data, use clinical assessment skills to provide accurate evidence-based advice in a final report. You will also need to be a car driver with an access to own vehicle. In return, our client offers a salary £32,000 - £34,000 per annum and full or part-time working hours are available. You will be based from home and you will have the unique opportunity to choose when you work your hours (between Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm with occasional Saturdays 9am to 5pm). A comprehensive training and induction package is available to all candidates. So if you are interested in finding out more, please do contact us today. 020 7959 1159

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
KS 
Job ID
201403230 
Contact Details
 
London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£32000 - £34000/annum 
Location
East Midlands 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Registered General Nurse - Disability Assessor £32,000 - £34,000 per annum + benefits package On behalf of our client, an Australian-owned provider of workplace rehabilitation, employment and psychological services, Pulse is recruiting Registered Nurses to provide health assessments in relation to a newly introduced Personal Independent Payment benefit, which aims at providing the claimants with additional support arising from long-term conditions. The purpose of this new opportunity is to undertake impartial assessment of the claimants’ conditions and their eligibility for extra help, and to provide non-judgmental recommendations to the government to promote fair decisions on all claims. This unique post requires nurses to undertake functional disability assessments of claimants both in clinics and in the claimants own homes. Successful candidates will assess claimant’s physical and/or mental health conditions and be able to assess how a given condition affects the claimant’s everyday life. The positions are based in West Midlands (Birmingham, Coventry, Walsall) and East Midlands (Derby, Leicester, Nottingham) with regional travel required to include home visits (an attractive mileage will be paid). We would particularly welcome applications from Community, District, Practice and Prison Nurses or those working in A&E and triage services; however any Registered Nurse with an experience of a wide range of conditions will be considered. Candidates need to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills with sound commercial awareness of business and customer needs. We are looking for Registered Nurses who are able to work autonomously in clinic setting in addition to visiting claimants in their own homes with ability to critically evaluate data, use clinical assessment skills to provide accurate evidence-based advice in a final report. You will also need to be a car driver with an access to own vehicle. In return, our client offers a salary £32,000 - £34,000 per annum and full or part-time working hours are available. You will be based from home and you will have the unique opportunity to choose when you work your hours (between Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm with occasional Saturdays 9am to 5pm). A comprehensive training and induction package is available to all candidates. So if you are interested in finding out more, please do contact us today. 020 7959 1159

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
KS 
Job ID
201403216 
Contact Details
 
London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£32000 - £34000/annum 
Location
West Midlands 
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Registered General Nurse - Disability Assessor £32,000 - £34,000 per annum + benefits package On behalf of our client, an Australian-owned provider of workplace rehabilitation, employment and psychological services, Pulse is recruiting Registered Nurses to provide health assessments in relation to a newly introduced Personal Independent Payment benefit, which aims at providing the claimants with additional support arising from long-term conditions. The purpose of this new opportunity is to undertake impartial assessment of the claimants’ conditions and their eligibility for extra help, and to provide non-judgmental recommendations to the government to promote fair decisions on all claims. This unique post requires nurses to undertake functional disability assessments of claimants both in clinics and in the claimants own homes. Successful candidates will assess claimant’s physical and/or mental health conditions and be able to assess how a given condition affects the claimant’s everyday life. The positions are based in West Midlands (Birmingham, Coventry, Walsall) and East Midlands (Derby, Leicester, Nottingham) with regional travel required to include home visits (an attractive mileage will be paid). We would particularly welcome applications from Community, District, Practice and Prison Nurses or those working in A&E and triage services; however any Registered Nurse with an experience of a wide range of conditions will be considered. Candidates need to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills with sound commercial awareness of business and customer needs. We are looking for Registered Nurses who are able to work autonomously in clinic setting in addition to visiting claimants in their own homes with ability to critically evaluate data, use clinical assessment skills to provide accurate evidence-based advice in a final report. You will also need to be a car driver with an access to own vehicle. In return, our client offers a salary £32,000 - £34,000 per annum and full or part-time working hours are available. You will be based from home and you will have the unique opportunity to choose when you work your hours (between Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm with occasional Saturdays 9am to 5pm). A comprehensive training and induction package is available to all candidates. So if you are interested in finding out more, please do contact us today. 020 7959 1159

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Permanent 
Job Reference
KS 
Job ID
201403193 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£40000 - £45000/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Nutritional Nurse Lead Permanent, Full time £45,000 per annum Pulse is recruiting a Nutritional Nurse Lead for a large private hospital based in South East London that provides healthcare services across a wide range of specialties. It’s a dynamic and highly professional environment where the advanced equipment and technology is second to none and employees take pride in being the best at what they do. The Nutrition Nurse Lead will have an integral role within the current Nutritional Support Team and Nutrition Steering Committee (NSC). The specialist nurse will work to provide advanced care to patients receiving nutritional support. They will be available to support nurses caring for enteral or parentally feed patients, whilst also leading educational sessions and reviewing current feeding policies alongside other members of the team (i.e. dietitian, pharmacist and gastroenterologist). The nutrition nurse will be instrumental in training nurses on new, and evidence based procedures linked to enteral (i.e. CORTRAK) or parental feeding. Along with working alongside a dedicated team of nurses, the Nutritional Nurse Lead will be rewarded with a competitive salary of £45,000 per annum along with a great benefits package. Duties and Responsibilities • To develop a Nurse Led Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition Service • To work closely with the Dietetic team • To provide expert advice to patients requiring enteral or parenteral feeding • To introduce a new Outreach service for the placement of NG tubes • Advise nurses’ on the management of long term enteral feeding i.e. percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) feeding, and support patients who may me experiencing complications i.e. buried bumper syndrome • Recognise complications of total parenteral nutrition, and support nurses initiate appropriate actions as necessary • Work closely with clinical HODs in investigating incidents and introducing new systems / training to improve practice • Be proficient in the preparation processes needed for patients’ home discharge on enteral feeding, and contribute towards the necessary arrangements for safe discharges into the community • Provide specialist and practical advice for patients and families leading up to their discharges on enteral feeding • Keep up to date with evidence based guidelines (i.e. British Association of Parental and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN), and revise hospital processes to ensure their relevance and practicability Skills & Experience • Extensive experience with Parenteral / Enteral feeding • Achieved or working towards a recognised Nutrition related post-graduate qualification • Experience as CNS EN/TPN or Nutrition Link Nurse • Have excellent knowledge in, and practical skills for placing enteral feeding tubes (i.e. nasogastric tubes) and checking placements (i.e. pH monitoring and Cortrak) • Previous experience of managing a small team • Expertise working within relevant specialities including but not limited to: nutrition support (oral, enteral and parenteral), gastrointestinal conditions, medical and surgical wards, oncology, ITU/critical care, and Bariatric. To discuss this role further you can call us today. Alternatively you can complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will call you as soon as possible to discuss further.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHNNL 
Job ID
201396398 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
Job Title
Salary/Rate
£36000 - £36500/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Senior Staff Nurse Cardiac Permanent, full time £36,500 per annum Pulse is recruiting a Senior Staff Nurse – Cardiac for a large Central London Private hospital. The cardiology department within the hospital consists of 2 units specializing in cardiothoracic surgery and interventional cardiology procedures. The Senior Staff Nurse will be responsible for providing high quality nursing through assessing, planning, delivering and evaluating care for patients within the Cardiac Ward. The role will require effectively working within the team, supervising, coaching and developing junior staff and deputising for the Senior Nursing team when necessary, as well as being confident working independently. The successful candidate will promote a progressive attitude to the continual improvement of patient care and the services offered within the Cardiac Ward. This post will involve caring for acute cardiac medical and cardiac interventional patients. The chosen candidate will be rewarded with a salary of £36,500 depending on experience and skills. This is a full time position, consisting of long days involving 13 11.5 hour shifts within a 4 week period, which includes days, nights and weekends. Duties and Responsibilities • Assess, plan and deliver care, based on individual patient and family needs • Managing a caseload of patients • Act as a clinical role model for all members of staff, demonstrating best practice at all times • Supervise and direct junior team members, deputizing for senior staff in their absence • Drive high standards of care, assisting with promoting development initiatives and assisting with coaching and development of the team Skills & Experience • RGN with valid NMC PIN • Some leadership experience • Experience of working within an interventional cardiology unit. Mentorship & preceptorship experience, and a desire to work towards an ENB 998 certificate • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal • Strong time management and prioritization skills • Phlebotomy skills are desirable To discuss this role further you can call us today. Alternatively, please complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

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Start Date
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Job Reference
JHSSNCH 
Job ID
201395207 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Salary/Rate
£36646 - £43549/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Clinical Practice Facilitator – Adult Oncology Permanent, Full time £36,646 - £43,549 per annum We have a permanent, full time opportunity for a Clinical Practice Facilitator. This is to join an Adult Oncology Team within a private Central London Hospital. The role will require the Clinical Practice Facilitator to develop strategies for induction, education and continuing professional development of nursing staff within the Adult Oncology Team. The Adult Acute Surgical Team provides a full range of surgical services including gynaecology, to ENT procedures, spinal procedures and interventional surgery. The patient mix consists of adults with a variable level of dependency. On top of this the successful candidate will work within an established organization based in one of London’s most renowned medical locations and known worldwide for its outstanding service. They will also have access to the well priced and high quality food range available within the staff restaurant. The successful candidate will be rewarded with a salary between £36,646 to £43,549 per annum. Duties and Responsibilities • Working with the CPF’s, is closely involved clinically with the development of all grades of staff including post registration course students, pre-registration students, graduate nurses and Overseas Nursing Programme nurses, determining proficiency based on competency assessment. • Work with the Matron and Senior Sister and Adult Oncology nursing team and other CPF’s to identify strategies for practice development. • Work with the Matron and Senior Sister and Adult Oncology nurses and other CPF’s to identify and implement structures to support best practice. • Promote and incorporate research/evidence based practice within the clinical setting. • Facilitate awareness of professional and educational development by acting as a resource person. • Deputise in the absence of the Matron or the Senior Sister and Adult Oncology nurses. • Develop competency based practice, supported by the other CPFs • Liaise with outside educational organisations to help support the learning and development strategy • Working with the Matron, senior nurses and other CPFs establish a system for the implementation of practice change/improvement following action planning in response to incidents. • To work 50% of the time in the clinical area supporting the Adult Oncology staff in practice, facilitating reflective practice and providing day to day support. Skills & Experience • NMC Registered Nurse with relevant Degree in Nursing • Assessing & Mentoring qualification • Relevant courses / experience in Oncology • Leadership or management training • Basic Life Support training • Excellent Adult Oncology clinical skills • Effective managerial, leadership and organisational skills. • Effective teaching, training and preceptorship skills. • Chemotherapy competent • Significant post registration experience of having worked with acute/chronically unwell Oncology patients. To discuss this position further you can call us today or complete the form below and we will be in touch as soon as possible.

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Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JHCPFO 
Job ID
201394564 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Salary/Rate
£40942 - £47468/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Sister/ Charge Nurse - Adult Acute Surgical Team Permanent, Full Time £40,942 to £47,468 (incl. 9% enhancement) Pulse is working in partnership with one of Central London’s most prestigious hospitals which specialises in complex, cancer, cardiac and neuroscience, care for both adults and children. With the most advanced medical equipment and the largest private paediatric ITU in the country, this hospital attracts some of the finest specialist consultants from many of London's major teaching hospitals. This leading hospital is now looking to recruit a Sister/Charge Nurse to join their Adult Acute Surgical Team. This provides a full range of acute surgical services including neurosurgery (craniotomies, brain tumour debulking), upper and lower GI surgery (oesophagectomy, Whipples, abdominal wall reconstructive surgery colostomy and ileostomy formation and reversal, hemicolectomy), complex ENT and maxillofacial surgery (tumour debulking and reconstruction including tracheostomy formation), gynaecology, breast reconstructive surgery (mastectomy and DIEP flap reconstruction) and liver surgery. The patient mix consists of adults with a variable level of dependency and provides ITU and HDU step down care. The unit also offers an enhanced recovery pathway for most specialties. In addition to working within an innovative team and state of the art department the successful candidate will receive a competitive salary between £40,942 to £47,468 (incl. 9% enhancement). You will also have access to a well priced and high quality food range available within the staff restaurant. This role is a pivotal post within the department providing effective leadership, expertise, advice and support to the team. You will be able to inspire, motivate and develop the nursing workforce to deliver the highest quality nursing care, through your clinical leadership. You will be able to make effective use of resources ensuring the highest standards of care to patients and families are achieved on a 24-hour basis. This is a full time position with a rotation of shifts. Duties and Responsibilities • Make efficient use of available resources, within budgetary constraints • Prioritise workloads and direct staff accordingly • Demonstrate and role model outstanding clinical practice at all times • Develop and coach team members to ensure consistently high standards of care are me • Regularly deputise for Modern Matron/other departmental Sisters when required • Evaluate the work of the team and ensure standards are met Skills & Experience • NMC Registered Nurse, currently working in post as a Sister/Charge Nurse • Level or relevant experience demonstrating the appropriate competencies and skills for the job • Evidence of further education including post-graduate certification/diploma/Continuous Professional development • Management skills and Leadership or management training • Basic Life Support training • Experience of Mentorship / Preceptorship of junior staff • Demonstrable experience of managing budgets To discuss this role further or to apply you can call us today. Alternatively, complete the form below and one of our dedicated Consultants will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

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Start Date
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Job Reference
JHSCNAS 
Job ID
201390305 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Salary/Rate
£34205 - £38738/annum 
Location
London 
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London Nursing & Care - Permanent
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Senior Staff Nurse – Orthopaedics Permanent, Full Time £34,205 - £38,738 per annum We are interested to hear from experienced Orthopaedic Nurses now wanting a new exciting challenge - Pulse is working alongside a large, well established private hospital in Central London to recruit a Senior Nurse for their Orthopaedic department. This role is based within a dedicated 22 bedded inpatient orthopaedic/surgical ward that is committed to providing both excellent nursing and customer service. This department very much focuses on the entire patients journey from admission to discharge. They believe it is very important to our nursing teams that they get to spend valuable one-on-one time with their patients – something that would be difficult to do in an NHS hospital of this size. Due to the expansion of the Orthopaedic Services and management team we are currently seeking to recruit a motivated, clinically skilled, patient focused Senior Staff Nurse. The role includes assessing, planning, delivering and evaluating high standards of nursing care. You will work within a team, supervising and directing junior staff and deputising for the charge nurse / ward sisters on a regular basis. You will also be responsible for ensuring our patients receive an excellent patient experience and be directly involved in staff development, audit, clinical benchmarking and development. Duties and Responsibilities • Independently assess patient care requirements and agree with the patient the level of nursing care required involving the main carer where appropriate. • Deliver nursing care and initiate change or decide upon new and complex care with appropriate supervision and acts as the patient advocate. • Work with HCA/students delegating and supervising care as appropriate. • Evaluate nursing outcomes based on assessment and analysis of nursing interventions. • Provide effective on-going evaluation of nursing care and interventions. • Recognise and take appropriate action in emergency situations. • Ensure that appropriate nursing procedures are implemented relating to all intravenous therapy and other care undertaken. Skills & Experience • Registered Nurse Level 1 with current valid NMC • Relevant qualifications including the Mentorship course and relevant orthopaedic / surgical course. • Phlebotomy training desirable. • Evidence of updating clinical skills/knowledge • Management skills /mentorship skills In addition to working within a supportive and structured team, the successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary between £34,205 - £38,738 per annum. To discuss further or to apply you can call us today or complete the form below and one of our experienced Consultants will get back to you as soon as possible.

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JHSSNOW 
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201388138 
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