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Job Vacancies

 

Receptionist/Administrator

2 x20 hours a week

 

What are we looking for?

Someone who is courteous, efficient and friendly, who can work flexibly within our team of receptionists/administrators.

The post requires someone who would feel able to;

  • Speak to patients on the telephone and in person
  • Liaise with all members of the Practice team and associated staff
  • Handle and process prescriptions
  • Deal with requests from all patients, members of the public, staff, affiliated staff and other companies appropriately
  • Process appointments and doing basic telephone triage
  • Using the IT system efficiently
  • Be responsible for undertaking a wide range of secretarial and administrative duties and the provision of administrative support to the multidisciplinary team.
  • Be responsible for the read-coding of relevant information into the patient’s electronic healthcare records on Emis Web clinical system, adhering to the practice coding policy
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Full training will be provided, but any previous experience is beneficial

What do we offer?

We have just under 7000 patients, use the Emis web IT system, and offer a supportive, friendly, training environment.

 

When do we want it?

Closing date for applications; Friday 29th November, 2019

Interviews; Monday 9th December, 2019

 

Does this sound like the kind of job you are looking for?

Please feel free to do any or all of the following;

 

Contact Mrs. Dianne Blacklock dianne.blacklock@gp-A82055.nhs.uk , or telephone 016973 20209 to discuss further.

 

Have a look at our website www.aspatriamedicalgroup.co.uk

 

Please send a CV and covering letter to Mrs. Dianne Blacklock, Aspatria Medical Group, West Street, Aspatria, CA7 3HH or via email as above.

Job description

Aspatria Medical Group

 

GP Partner/Salaried GP

6 sessions

Flexible working/Job share

 

We are a friendly, approachable, innovative, training Practice in Aspatria (7000 patients) looking for an enthusiastic, motivated GP to join our team.

 

Why join us?

 

We would welcome interest from all GPs, whether you’re newly qualified and need some support/mentoring or are more experienced and fancy a change of scenery.

 

We offer;

 

  • Competitive salary
  • BMA model contract
  • 6 weeks of annual leave, 1 week of study leave and 2 NHS days
  • Partners have a sabbatical every 5 years and are actively encouraged to take a 3 week block of annual leave once a year
  • Contribution to medical indemnity fees
  • Flexible working/child friendly working hours
  • Job share considered
  • Daily get together Our team includes 4 Practice Nurses, HCA, ANP, 3 GP Partners (3 days, 3 days, 3 days) one salaried GP ( 3 days )and 2 GP Retainers. We have fantastic administrative support and a dynamic management team. We use Emis web, are high QOF achievers and were rated good by CQC in 2018.The Practice offers a Sexual Health Clinic, Minor Surgery and Joint injections, which we offer in dedicated clinics. Special interests and personal development are welcomed and encouraged. The District Nurses are on site and we also have regular visits from Podiatry, Dietician, Health Visitors, Mental Health Team, and direct access to Physiotherapy. The Practice covers the town and local area. It is 30 minutes from Carlisle, 15 minutes from Wigton and Cockermouth, all of which have excellent schools. There are good transport links and fabulous views over the Lake District, which offers excellent cycling, walking, running, fishing and other less healthy options, such as great pubs and restaurants! We know things are changing, but see that as a new challenge! We achieve a good work life balance for all our staff within a well-supported system. If you are interested in joining us, would like a chat or a visit to see how we do things, please contact Dr Julie Tarn or Mrs Dianne Blacklock dianneblacklock@nhs.net with CV and a covering letter.

    



 
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