A Community Intervention Team (CIT) is a specialist, health professional team which provides a rapid and integrated response to a patient with an acute episode of illness who requires enhanced services/acute intervention for a defined short period of time. This may be provided at home, in a residential setting or in the community as deemed appropriate, thereby avoiding acute hospital attendance or admission, or facilitating early discharge.
This role is based in South Dublin and will require some travel.
Areas included but not limited to: Dublin 8, Dublin 4, Dublin 2, Dublin 6; Rathfarnham, St. Enda’s, Knocklyon, Edmondstown, Firhouse, Ballyboden, and Rathmines.
The service hours are; Monday - Sunday, 8am - 10pm. Flexible agency hours can be negotiated for the right candidates. Work - life balance will be taken into consideration.
Services CIT perform in the community include: Administration of IV antibiotics, acute anticoagulation management, urinary related care, ostomy Care, medication Management, enhanced nurse monitoring, care of patients with respiratory illness, acute wound care and dressings.
To find out more about this role or if you are interested in applying for this position please contact me at [email protected]