Vacancies

Westongrove are recruiting! We have a number of vacancies which we have summarised below.

If you enjoy working with a supportive team that values the importance of providing the best possible care for their patients, then we’d love to hear from you.

For more information about these vacancies including full job descriptions and salary, please contact Kieran.morris@nhs.net.

Part Time Medical Receptionist/Administrator – Aston Clinton Surgery

We are looking for enthusiastic new team members to join our current friendly reception team at Aston Clinton Surgery. This is an exciting, busy, and varied role supporting our clinical team and providing first class patient care

Are you confident and caring, compassionate with good communication skills, able to multitask and remain calm under pressure and looking to really make a difference? If you are, we’d love to hear from you.

Working within our reception teams means you will be dealing with patients and their carers both on the telephones and face to face in the surgery. You will operate the appointments system, and other administrative systems to receive, assist and direct patients in accessing the appropriate service or healthcare professional in a courteous, efficient, and effective way and undertake a variety of administrative duties to assist in the smooth running of the practice.

We are looking for a minimum of 15 hours commitment per week.

Administrative Assistant (Central Admin Team) – 22.5 hours per week – Bedgrove Surgery

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 09:00-17:30 (30 min lunch)

You will be based at our Bedgrove surgery with occasional work from our other sites in Wendover and Aston Clinton. This is an exciting and varied role providing efficient, reliable administrative support to our patients and clinical teams.

Duties include telephone support services for patients and clinicians, such as giving test results, dealing with queries about referrals, messages for doctors, queries from hospitals and other outside agencies, completing paperwork and forms from patients and outside agencies including processing Insurance report requests, opening, prioritising and distributing all incoming mail and dispatch outgoing mail to meet deadlines, managing paperwork for death certificates, cremation papers, copying notes and maintaining patient lists.

PC proficient essential

Salaried GP vacancy and long term locum sessions available from 4-8 sessions

Be part of our amazing, supportive team delivering high quality, excellent primary care to our patients. We offer excellent renumeration, mentorship support . Newly qualified welcome. Locum sessions we can be flexible to work around your commitments. For more information or an informal chat please contact us.

Pharmacy Technician – Full Time, part-time considered

Working alongside our pharmacy team supporting improvements to maximise safe, cost effective, best practice in prescribing to improve the quality of patient care. Helping care of patients with their medicines through effective medicines reconciliation after discharge and on other transfers of care, medication use reviews, identification of patients suitable for electronic repeat dispensing, promotion of online ordering, providing assurance of monitoring of high-risk drugs, and handling of prescription queries within the areas of competence.

Practice Nurse – 37 hours per week

Be part of our friendly, experienced clinical team providing and maintaining a high standard of care for our patients. You will be delivering care within the boundaries of the role, focusing on supporting patients to be healthy, monitoring long term conditions, health prevention and screening activities and will collaborate with the general practice team to meet the needs of patients, and to support the delivery of policy and procedures.

Complex Care Coordinator – 12 months fixed term maternity cover – 37 hours per week (Wendover Health Centre)

As part of our amazing complex care team (CCT) based at Wendover Health Centre you will be offering administrative support. The role will support clinicians in their role to provide care for patients who are housebound or live-in care homes and are often frail with complex health needs.

As a complex care team coordinator, you will be responsible for the day to day running of the service, managing the office and administrative systems, taking referrals and arranging home visit appointments for the team. Help support and develop / maintain a resource centre to support the vulnerable and elderly patients.

Answer phone calls from patients and carers and give appropriate information and advice.

Help develop close working relationships with a number of other agencies, including secondary care, community care, voluntary sector, social services, promoting integration and co-ordinating care for patients and support for their carers.

Knowledge of EMIS web desirable but full training will be given.

Advanced Nurse Practitioner – Full time

Working as part of our MDT within our Urgent Care Service, supporting the practice in providing care of the presenting patient from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care. You will demonstrate safe, competent clinical decision-making and expert care, including assessment and diagnostic skills, for patients within the practice. Development and training towards Masters degree available

Building and CQC Administration Support – Full time

A varied role to supporting all 3 sites with facilities management and repairs, coordinating with practice site managers and senior management team with all aspects of maintaining surgeries including undertaking a lead role of any new projects. Supporting the partnership with all CQC matters to ensure Westongrove is fully compliant. Full support and training will be available. The suitable candidate should be flexible, be self-motivated and pro-active

Advanced Note Medical Coordinator – Aston Clinton Surgery – Part time

We are looking for an enthusiastic new team member to join our current team at Aston Clinton Surgery.

The role would suit a clinician seeking a different direction within a clinical environment or currently in a similar role looking for progression.

Ideally you will have previous coding/summarising experience or be accustomed to medical terminology.

The aim of the role is to streamline the flow of clinical correspondence received by the practice to the GP, you will be reviewing letters and documents for action such as coding on to patient records, referring to other teams such as Reception to book bloods for the patient, identifying the complex or higher risk areas which require GP’s attention or prioritising those that require urgent attention such as advice for medication changes.

The role is always evolving, key contribution to support GP’s workload as well as an interesting opportunity to expand your existing summarising experience or learn to use your skills in a different way.

Full support and training with practice protocols will be available.

For any information on any of our roles or for an informal please contact Kieran.morris@nhs.net.