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Job Vacancies at this surgery

Practice Nurse 30 to 37.5 hours per week (permanent position)

Salary Scale £36,211.50 - £46,410.00 per annum pro rata
(depending on experience and qualification) Working 5 days Mon - Fri covering early and late shifts

We are seeking an additional Practice Nurse to join our existing team. A great chance to up-skill.

We are a forward thinking training practice in a diverse area, which is open, green and close to London. We look after 16,000 patients and offer a full range of primary care services, based in a beautiful new surgery. Our dynamic team compromises of two nurses, one ANP and an HCA (currently recruiting another). We have room for another Practice Nurse, whether experienced or moving from another sector (in which case training would be arranged).

You will provide the full range of nursing tasks (subject to training) in what is always a varied and interesting job. You will be flexible and willing to adapt in the fast moving health service. You will be a conscious learner, keen to learn new skills. You will be a good team player, supportive of your colleagues (who will be supportive of you). You will have good IT skills. You will be proud to contribute high quality work to the practice for our patients.

NHS Pension available.

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Healthcare Assistant (incl.Phlebotomy) up to 37.5 hours per week (permanent position)

Salary Scale £20,962.50 - £24,823.50 per annum pro rata (depending on experience and qualification) Working 5 days Mon - Fri covering early and late shifts

Join our great NHS General Practice team in our delightful state-of-the-art surgery in Kingsbury. We are seeking a cheerful, positive and flexible individual to join our team providing NHS care for nearly 16,000 patients.

Healthcare Assistant / Phlebotomy experience is useful but not essential as full training provided and it will be a great chance to upskill. Interest and enthusiasm are the main attributes along with good communication skills. You will be carrying out health checks, giving basic health advice, taking routine blood samples and other medical tests. It’s a fantastic patient-facing role at the heart of our healthcare provision and can expand and develop as your ambition dictates. Patients love a good HCA and so do we!

Good computer skills are important (knowledge of EMIS Web, Docman and ICE would be an added advantage but not essential).

NHS Pension available. Full training provided and opportunities for advancement.

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Patient Workflow Administrator

37.5 hours per week (8am - 4pm Mon-Fri) permanent position
Salary £ 21,950.00 to £23,950.00 (pro rata) depending on experience
Information is central to all we do to look after our patients. Ensuring it is all correctly incorporated into our patient records is an essential activity. The practice receives a large volume of correspondence and information flows from many sources- hospitals, laboratories, clinics, social services, new joining patients and their old GP records and it all has to be read, understood, prioritised, coded, actioned and work-flowed to the appropriate team member.

Our Patient Workflow team contributes directly to excellent patient care by carrying out actions requested in the letters such as arranging tests, booking appointments or sending information. The important information in the correspondence needs clinical coding so that the computer understands and can generate alerts and trigger care programs for the patient.

It is an exciting and interesting job requiring organisation and accuracy and your efficiency will improve patient care and support the clinical teams. You will have good basic IT skills and will receive good training. You will learn a lot about the health system and medical matters and be a vital part of our team.

NHS pension available.

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Reception/Administrators 34.5 - 37.5 hours per week divided between early and late starts

An exciting entry point into the NHS with opportunity for advancement.

The NHS needs cheerful, positive, enthusiastic and flexible customer facing people. You will be the public face of our busy team providing front line NHS care for nearly 16,000 patients in Kingsbury.

You will be the first point of contact for patients, providing information, making appointments and ensuring an excellent patient experience, satisfying their needs efficiently, politely and kindly. Patients are often under stress, worried about their health, and you can be the first point of reassurance and kindness.

The admin will be dealing with medical records, prescription requests, certificates, reports, emails, electronic consultations, scanning etc. These are all vital functions in delivering efficient, timely, safe care to people. Full training given.

Previous experience of working within a customer service environment is desirable, as you will dealing with a large number of enquiries both on the telephone and face to face in a compassionate, clear and friendly manner. Good computer skills are essential.

Pleasant, modern and safe working environment.

NHS pension available

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Previous applicants need not apply. Please note we reserve the right to close vacancies when enough applications have been received

GP - Associate - Salaried - post (+ partnership opportunity if wanted)

Join our great team in our lovely state-of-the-art surgery opened in 2016.
Situated in a pleasant, leafy but interesting suburb with easy access to central London.

15,800 happy patients. High performers
All the usual bells and whistles. Friendly and supportive learning environment.

We are a well-respected local practice and prominent in the local health economy, chairing the multi-disciplinary complex problem management group, leading IT for the Borough in the new ICS, teaching postgraduates (STs and Fs) and undergraduates. One of our Associate GPs is a SPIN fellow.

We have a great team, including 5 partners (one recently emigrated but 3 more joining), 4 salaried GPs, two Physician Associates, Clinical Pharmacists, first point physio, nurses, 2 HCA / phlebotomists, Social Prescribing Link Worker, F2 Doctors, 2 registrars supportive by great Management and Admin. We’re keen to innovate and happy to welcome new ideas and try things out and welcome new ideas.

We have a the benefit of an independent on-site pharmacy.

We have a lunchtime clinical meeting each week and weekly partners’ strategy and business meetings alternating with whole-practice meetings and primary care team meetings.

We strive for efficiency, using IT a great deal (EMISWeb, Docman 10, Primary Care IT templates and analytics, Patchs, AccuRx, remote access, high numbers of digital patients, GP TeamNet intranet, Envisage screens, IP Phone system - Surgery Connect).

The immediate need is to provide around 4-6 (or more) sessions of GP time - one or more applicants for 'Associate' (salaried) role - but we'd be happy to talk to anyone to discuss their plans! It's mostly about the right person/s, after all! If interested in partnership we're happy to discuss that too. NB. We do NOT want any locums.

(Why might we want another partner? The longer term needs are concerned with keeping a happy, healthy partnership to drive forward practice development as the needs change. The senior partner will be retiring in the next year or two and succession planning is vital. A partner will be committed, keen to be involved, maybe with special interests and to bring in fresh ideas and hopefully in it for the long run to help develop and improve the practice.)

We’d be delighted to meet informally and show you around and if you’re interested will arrange an interview. Please send your CV and a short letter telling us what makes you an excellent candidate and what you'd like to offer.

The offer is flexible and subject to discussion.

''Great team to work with, very supportive colleagues and well established & safe patient care system. The surgery is well connected to community services and provide great opportunity to learn and develop as a professional. I feel comfortable to communicate with senior colleague for help and support.''

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Applications by CV and short covering letter telling us what makes you an excellent candidate and the contribution would make to our practice

Please email to our Practice Manager, you can call on Tel: 020 8206 0175

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