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Vacancies

Current Vacancies

Administration and Clerical Apprentice

Based at Withernsea

Full-time, 37.5 hours per week

Apprentice Rate

 

We have an exciting opportunity for an Administration and Clerical Apprentice to join the Holderness Health team. The role will be based at our South Holderness Medical Practice site in Withernsea

 

This varied role will include:

 

  • ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Making and receiving telephone calls and taking messages and passing on information
  • Providing assistance to the Operations Manager and other practice staff as required
  • Opening, sorting, prioritising, distribution and dispatch of post 
  • Scanning post/documents on to the clinical system for the Correspondence Management team
  • Photocopying
  • Ensure all departmental electronic and paper records are correct and up-to-date, including accurate filing of general documentation
  • Monitoring  of stationery stock and other supplies
  • Delivering radiology requests to the local hospital
  • Producing and laminating staff and patient posters and leaflets
  • Maintaining the employee notice board with up to date information
  • Set up of conference room for meetings and the purchase of any provisions needed
  • Provide administration support for medical report requests
  • Assist in the weekly audit of patient notes
  • Use of Microsoft Office such as Word, Excel and Publisher
  • Liaising with other teams
  • Dealing with confidential information on a daily basis
  • Attend mandatory training
  • Carry out tasks within deadlines
  • Undertake any other additional duties appropriate to the post as requested by the management team

Full details of the role can be found in our Job Description and Person Specification - please find below.

Closing Date 5pm, 11th October 2019

Job Description

If you have any questions or to apply for this role please contact Joanne Welsh in the HR Department with a covering letter and CV  joanne.welsh2@nhs.net

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Administration and Clerical Apprentice

Part-time, 30 hours per week

Apprentice Rate

 

(12-18 month fixed term contract)

 

We have an exciting opportunity for an Administration and Clerical Apprentice to join our team in Hedon

 

This is a varied role and includes:

 

  • ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Produce patient and practice posters and leaflets. Keep noticeboards tidy and up to date.
  • Opening and distributing post.
  • Filing paperwork, photocopying and laminating.             
  • Estates administration - be first point of contact for building issues and arrange engineer visits/reporting faults, liaising with staff, liaise with cleaning team with any day to day issues, in-house cleaning inspections, updating COSHH information sheets, weekly fire and emergency lighting testing at both Hedon sites.
  • Day to day health and safety checks and assist with annual risk assessments and audit.
  • Making and receiving telephone calls and taking messages and passing on information.
  • Providing clerical assistance to the Operations and Patient Services Manager and other practice staff as required.
  • Assist infection, protection and control leads (across sites) with admin duties and risk assessments/annual statements.
  • Assist with the administration of the calibration of clinical equipment.
  • Monitoring and ordering stationery and other supplies (cover).
  • Assist with work experience students (induction/supervise).
  • Use of Microsoft Office such as Word, Excel and Publisher.
  • Liaising with the healthcare team.
  • Dealing with confidential information on a daily basis.
  • Attend mandatory training.
  • Carry out tasks within deadlines.
  • Undertake any other additional duties appropriate to the post as requested by the Partners or by management.

 

Full details of the role can be found in our Job Description - please find below.

Closing date 5pm, 11th October 2019

Job Description

If you have any questions or to apply for this role please contact Joanne Welsh in the HR Department with a covering letter and CV  joanne.welsh2@nhs.net

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Receptionist

Based at Hedon Group Practice

Part-time, 13 hours per week plus 1 Saturday morning in 10 (plus relief cover when needed

Salary TBC

 

We have an exciting opportunity for an Receptionist to join our team at Hedon Group Practice

 

This role will include:

 

  • Ensure an effective and efficient reception service is provided to patients and any other visitors to the practice
  • Provide care navigation/signposting of patients
  • Deal with all general enquiries, explain procedures and make new and follow-up appointments.
  • Using your own judgment and communication skills, ensure that patients with no prior appointment but who need urgent consultation are seen in a logical and non-disruptive manner.
  • Explain practice arrangements and formal requirements to new patients and those seeking temporary cover, and ensure procedures are completed.
  • Liaise with other clinical staff including District Nurses, Health Visitors etc,
  • Receive and make telephone calls as required.  Divert calls and take messages, ensuring accuracy of detail and prompt appropriate delivery.
  • Enter requests for home visits into clinical system, ensuring to carefully record all relevant details and referring to duty doctor where necessary.
  • Advise patients of relevant charges for private (non General Medical Services) services.
  • Retrieve and re-file records as required, ensuring strict alphabetical order is adhered to.
  • Ensure the kitchen is kept clean and tidy and air and tidy the waiting room in turn with other staff.
  • Premises:
  • Open up premises at the start of the day when first to arrive, de-activate alarm and make all necessary preparations to receive patients.
  • When last to leave at the end of the day, ensure that the building is totally secured, internal lights are off and the alarm activated.
  • Ensure efficient running of appointment system and monitor flow of patients into Treatment/Consulting rooms.
  • To work in accordance of written protocols
  • Fax and photocopy as requested
  • Be able to cover reception positions as necessary
  • Process patients’ changes of address – computer data and medical records (have knowledge of practice area)
  • Have working knowledge of telephone/on call system, during and after hours
  • Ensure building security – have thorough knowledge of doors/windows/alarm and report any concerns
  • Carry out any other tasks allocated by managers

 

Full details of the role can be found in our Job Description and Person Specification - please find below.

Closing date 5pm, 27th September 2019

Job Description

Person Specification

Application Form

If you have any questions please contact Joanne Welsh in the HR Department on 01482 899348 or email  joanne.welsh2@nhs.net

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Senior Clinical Pharmacist

Full-time, 37.5 hours per week

£42,414 - £49,969 dependent on experience

 

Are you looking for an opportunity to use your clinical pharmacy skills to the full, helping to shape patient services within general practice in the East Riding? We are looking for an experienced pharmacist to join our multi-disciplinary team in a patient-facing role.

 

We are Holderness Health – a brand new organisation which came together on 1st October 2018 from our three founding practices Church View Surgery, Hedon Group Practice and South Holderness Medical Practice. We are now the largest practice in the East Riding of Yorkshire and have significant ambitions for the future.

 

This varied role will include:

 

  • Responsibility for areas of chronic disease management
  • Clinical medication reviews to proactively manage patients with complex polypharmacy
  • Providing support to general practice staff with regards to prescription and medication queries
  • Supporting the repeat prescriptions system
  • Dealing with acute prescription requests
  • Medicines reconciliation on transfer of care
  • Implementing systems for safer prescribing
  • Providing clinical leadership on medicines optimisation and quality improvement
  • Managing aspects of the QOF framework and enhanced services

 

      

Full details of the role can be found in our Job Description and Person Specification - please find below.

  

Job Description

Person Specification

  

You will have a minimum of 5 years post-qualification experience and will already be an independent prescriber or working towards achieving your prescribing qualification.

 

We have the scale, diversity and breadth of skills within our large team to help you to develop your career, pursue areas of interest and take advantage of the opportunities we offer. With truly local control we intend to keep the best of traditional patient centred Primary Care with all the benefits of a larger organisation. Most importantly for you, we have extensive experience in providing a supportive environment for clinical pharmacists as part of our diverse clinical team.

 

We are the first Primary Care Home site in the East Riding and are committed to working with local partners for the benefit of our local community. The practice has a number of leadership roles across the local NHS and has a proud history of being innovators in education.

 

Our practice comprises:

  • Approximately 36,000 patients
  • A diverse clinical team that includes nurse practitioners, pharmacists, physiotherapist ACP and paramedic ACP
  • Over 120 staff 20 GP Partners
  • 3 main sites and 4 branch sites

    

Would you like to help us drive change forward?  Then we would be very keen to hear from you and are happy to arrange visits or answer any questions you may have.

  

Please contact Emma Hoe on 01964 611622 or emma.hoe@nhs.net for more information or to arrange an informal visit.

   

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Exciting opportunity to join a new and innovative practice as a Partner or Salaried GP that will allow individualised career development

 

Church View Surgery, Hedon Group Practice and South Holderness Medical Practice came together on 1st October 2018 to form Holderness Health.

We aim to build on our existing strengths to develop a sustainable practice for the future. We want to retain core GP values, such as the doctor-patient relationship, in the ever changing world of Primary Care.

To help develop our services further we are looking for a GP Partner or Salaried GP. This is a unique opportunity for an individual to join a new and dynamic practice. General Practitioners will be encouraged to develop/enhance specialist interests whether that is clinical, teaching or management, but if an applicant wishes to spend their time in direct patient care, we also welcome this addition to our team.

We have the scale, diversity and breadth of skills within our large team to help you to develop your career, pursue areas of interest and take advantage of the opportunities we offer.

We are interested in both experienced GPs who might desire a career change and newly qualified GPs. For newly qualified GPs, mentoring will be provided to support you through the transition from the VTS.

We employ a diverse clinical team that includes nurse practitioners, pharmacists, physiotherapist ACP and paramedic ACP. We are the first Primary Care Home site in the East Riding and are committed to working with local partners. The practice has a number of leadership roles across the local NHS and has a proud history of innovation in education. We are a champion for associates in training and first 5 GPs for the Yorkshire and Humber clinical research network and are the most active research practice in the Hull and East Riding area.

We are now the largest practice in the East Riding of Yorkshire and we have significant ambitions for the future. Our practice comprises:

  • Approximately 36,000 patients
  • A diverse clinical team incorporating a strong skill-mix
  • Over 120 staff 20 GP Partners
  • 3 main sites and 4 branch sites

Please contact Lynne Bates on 01964 611621 or email lynnebates@nhs.net to discuss this opportunity with a GP Partner.

 



 
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