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Improved Access Service Administration Assistant

Description

Who we are

The Extended Hours Service provides patients with appointments outside of the usual surgery hours (evenings and weekends). Participating practices work in Hubs to provide extended hours GP appointments from 18:30 – 20:30 Monday to Friday and during the day at weekends.

The service offers primary care, pre-bookable at the practices within the module and targeted at people who cannot easily access their GP practice during the week and require a non-urgent appointment. This includes: working people, people who need a carer to accompany them to access the service or school children with working parents.

The role 

Working as part of a team you will act as an administrator for the Improved Access Service (IAS) to ensure professional operational standards and excellence in patient care and safety are maintained. The working hours will be varied on weekdays with weekend coverage required so flexibility is required. You will need to work closely with the team, working and providing cover for practices across the city. In addition, the role will be required to travel to other sites at short notice to resolve operational or staffing problems.

 

Details

Our Offer

  • NHS Pension available
  • £18,243 – £21,907 per annum pro rata
  • This role is permanent

To find out more information about this role, download the  Job Description and Person Specification.

What next 

  • Apply for the role by following this link to NHS Jobs 
  • Contact for any questions denise.mcsween1@nhs.net
  • If you are successfully shortlisted for an interview you will be contacted via email or telephone so please ensure all details are correct when submitting an application

Closing date: 29/05/2019

Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity.

Salaried GP – Benfield Valley Healthcare Hub

Description

Benfield Valley Healthcare Hub are looking to recruit a Salaried GP to join a busy, innovative practice. We work across two sites in Brighton & Hove (one in Portslade and one in Hangleton, Hove) covering a patient population of 7000. Parking is available at both sites and there is easy access bus routes as well.

The role

The role is working with our team of GP’s, nurses and pharmacists and will encompass the full range of GP duties including local home visits and workflow (we work using the Workflow Optimisation system for incoming correspondence). We would consider any combination of full time/part time applications to cover up to six sessions between Mon-Fri and can offer fixed term or substantive according to needs of the applicant. Brighton & Hove also offers a comprehensive extended hours program with shifts available out of hours if extra hours are wanted from time to time.

What is needed

We are looking for a candidate with an outstanding level of clinical knowledge and skills commensurate with that of an experienced GP. Knowledge of SystmOne would be an advantage but not essential. We are a well-established practice with great links to the community and are motivated to continually improve ways of working both in-house and across the city.

Details

Our offer: 

  • £9K / £10K Session package
  • NHS Pension
  • Flexible working hours to accommodate the post-holder

Download the Job Description and Person Specification for more information about the requirements or contact us to speak to a doctor about the role.

What next 

  • Apply for the role by following this link to NHS Jobs 
  • Closing date 16/06/2019
  • Contact for any questions Alison Dunn 07730 286172 or alison.dunn3@nhs.net

Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity.

 

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