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Vacancies

We are a friendly, supportive, democratic, well organised and enthusiastic GMS Practice, dedicated to providing traditional family orientated General Practice based at a new purpose-built single site health centre in Harlow, Essex.

  • 19,500 patients, 7 Partners, 1 salaried GP, large nursing team
  • Training Practice and also Teaching Practice for Cambridge and Barts. We are also a Research Practice.
  • Consistent high achievement in all QOF areas
  • Innovative team structure with individual patient lists (around 2,500 per FTE GP)
  • Excellent administrative support to minimise paperwork for the GP’s
  • SystmOne computer system
  • Active members of local GP federation and CCG
  • Recently moved into a new building
  • Easy access to M11/M25, close to London and Stansted and attractive Essex and Hertfordshire countryside, excellent schools

Current Vacancies


Salaried GP
4 to 6 sessions available

We look forward to the addition of a Salaried GP to the Practice and would be able to support a newly qualified GP if needed. Competitive salary, dependent on experience with 6 weeks annual leave.

Informal visits or contact prior to the interview process are welcome.

Applications or requests for further information should be sent to our Personal Assistant Paula.Stubbs@nhs.net or call 01279 632970.


Practice Diabetes Nurse Specialist

Salary TBC
One, two or three sessions a month. The practice can be adaptable as far as timing of sessions to suit part time work for a short or long term post.

We are looking for a Practice Diabetes Nurse Specialist to join our very busy but friendly team. We are a supportive, well organised and enthusiastic Practice, dedicated to providing high quality care to our patients.

  • The ideal candidate must have communication and IT skills and be able to work as part of a team.
  • To work in accordance with the UKCC Code of Conduct.
  • Ability to self-motivate, organise and prioritise workloads.
  • Maintain continued education by attendance at courses and study days as deemed useful or necessary for professional development.
  • Must be a Registered General Nurse.
  • Must have membership of a professional body.

Main Duties

  • Offer diabetic reviews to existing and new patients.
  • Support patients with Insulin initiation and management of Type 1/Type2.
  • Insulin pump skills.
  • Provide nursing treatments to patients in participation with general practitioners or independently to agreed protocols.
  • In participation with the practice manager, ensure the maintenance of equipment and stock levels relating to patient care.
  • Participate in the administrative and professional responsibilities of the practice team.
  • Ensure accurate notes of all consultations and treatments are recorded in the patients’ computer notes.
  • Ensure accurate completion of all necessary documentation associated with patient health care and registration with the practice.
  • Ensure collection and maintenance of statistical information required for regular and ad hoc reports.
  • Attend and participate in all practice meetings as required.
  • Assist in the formulation of practice philosophy, strategy and policy.
  • Co-operate and participate as required in any research projects within the practice.
  • Maintain effective liaison with other agencies and staff concerned with patient care and with all other disciplines within the practice, with appropriate regard to confidentiality.

For a more detailed outline of the role please refer to the job description attached.

Job Description - Diabetic Nurse Specialist

Application Form

If you are interested in applying please send your CV, a completed application form and a handwritten covering letter to:

Paula Stubbs
Practice Personal Assistant
Lister Medical Centre
Lister House Health Centre
Abercrombie Way
Harlow, Essex
CM18 6YJ

Closing date: 18th September 2019

Interviews will be carried out for successful applicants on receipt of this application; this post may close earlier if a suitable applicant is found.




 
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