MDT Co-ordinator Job at Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals – in London
You will support and co-ordinate weekly multi-disciplinary team meetings, ensuring patients are actively tracked through their care pathway, and monitoring cancer waiting times. You will work closely with clinical teams to ensure that meetings are run effectively, and appointments for diagnostic tests and treatments are booked in a timely way. You will support the MDT team leader in providing cover when a member of the MDT team is away on annual leave, training or sickness.
You must have the ability to communicate with all the members of a busy clinical team and be able to balance the demands of an interesting and challenging role.
You will work very closely with the MDT team leaders and the Operations Managers in your area to ensure effective information flow. The post holder will assist in ensuring that patients are treated without delay.
You will attend a weekly management meeting where you would be expected to report on the status of cancer patients in your specialty.
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Company: Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals –
Company Location: London