All Nursing Staff employed by Australian HealthCall Group are required to abide by the following Code of Conduct:

All Nursing Staff shall:

  • Abide by the ANMC (Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council), Code of Ethics,
    Code of Professional Conduct and National Competency Standards for Registered
    and Enrolled Nurse
  • Provide safe and competent nursing care.
  • Uphold the agreed standards of the profession.
  • Practice in accordance with laws relevant to the nurse’s area of practice.
  • Respect the dignity, culture, values and beliefs of patients/clients and significant
    others in the provision of nursing care.
  • Promote and support the health, well-being and informed decision making of
    patients/clients in the provision of nursing care.
  • Promote and preserve the trust that is inherent in the privileged relationship
    between nurses and their patients/clients with respect to both their person
    and their property.
  • Treat as confidential personal information obtained in a professional capacity.
  • Refrain from engaging in exploitation, misinformation and misrepresentation,
    in regard to health care products and nursing services.
  • Refrain from any behaviour that is bullying or harassing.   
  • Refrain from using the computers and the internet for personal use  

As a nurse representing Australian HealthCall Group you shall:

  • Attend an allocated shift in uniform with identification badge(unless otherwise advised)
  • Be punctual for shifts and diligently perform my work , use my skills and best judgment
  • Be aware of all laws and regulation, relevant workplace written protocols and policies applicable to my placement
  • Maintain a current practicing certificate (Registered Nurse/Enrolled Nurse) and produce annually, upon renewal, to Australian HealthCall Group for verification.
  • Care Workers need to be aware of and work in accordance with the Charter of Resident’s Rights and Responsibilities under the Age Care Act 1997 and User Rights Principles 1997