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Cancer Patient Pathway Co-ordinator

NHS AfC: Band 4

Main area
Cancer Services
NHS AfC: Band 4
Full time: 37.5 hours per week
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Stoke on Trent
£21,892 - £24,157 per annum
Salary period
06/12/2020 23:59

If there is a high volume of applications the advert may be closed early. Please apply without delay if you wish to be considered for this role. (This does not apply to any medical staffing posts)

Important Information: University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust does not pay travel expenses for candidates attending interviews.


Cancer Patient Pathway Co-ordinator

Band 4 - £21,892 - £24,157

Full time, 37.5 hours per week


An exciting opportunity has arisen within UHNM. We are looking for motivated individuals to join our Cancer Services team.

The post holder will have responsibility for co-ordinating the activities of the cancer Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) meetings and supporting multiple cancer patient PTLs. This will include liaising with a number of departments within the Trust and other hospitals. The post holder will be involved in providing core services to ensure that a comprehensive list of patients is formulated and all documentation is available for the MDT meetings. Ensuring the meetings run effectively, are well structured and all patient discussions are accurately recorded on the Somerset Cancer Register (SCR). This role is generic and the post holder will be expected to work as part of a team to provide cover for other members of the CPPC team on the Royal Stoke and County sites.

The Cancer Patient Pathway Co-ordinator plays an essential role to ensure timely management of patients. One of the main focuses of this role will be to track patients through the cancer pathway to ensure actions and outcomes are completed within the expected timeframe. The postholder will be required to work with a number of cancer specialty clinical and management teams.

The successful applicants will be patient focused, have excellent communication, organisational, IT skills and will be familiar with Trust administration systems. Previous experience of working in a cancer services team and an understanding of the CWT rules would be an advantage however, other relevant experience with transferrable skills will be considered.

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Euan Kirkham
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01782 679797

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University Hospitals of North Midlands - Royal Stoke
Newcastle Road
Stoke on Trent
01782 671437 (internal 71437)