Royal Primary Care is the Primary Care Division of Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Our vision is to grow the concept of a family medicine focused blended clinical model as an alternative to the traditional GP led partnership model, demonstrating that family medicine is a viable future option for delivery of cost effective, large scale, high quality, forward thinking integrated family medical care to our patients their families and the wider community.
Royal Primary Care (RPC) is looking for individuals who can innovate and build teams to support the delivery of high quality care to challenging populations through innovation and dedication.
RPC provides primary care services to 44000 patients across 8 sites in the Chesterfield and Clay Cross area. Clinical teams are principally locality based to develop and maintain continuity although some cross site working may be required. Each site comprises GPs, ANPs and Specialist Mental Health Practitioners supported by a Practice Nursing team alongside Pharmacists. Our multidisciplinary team aligns with our “Right Care, Right Clinician, Right Time” approach.
Our rate of change is rapid: in 2018 CQC commended RPCs turnaround strategy and rate of progress. We are uniquely positioned to provide vertically integrated care to our patients and to develop GP special interests in primary care relevant areas such as ENT, Frailty, Paediatrics, Respiratory diseases, Diabetes and Digital Health Care.
Administrator / Receptionists
Job Type: Permanent
Working pattern: Various
Salary: £8.57 per hour
Staff Group: Administrative & Clerical
Specialty/Function: Royal Primary Care
Closing Date: 25/09/2020
An opportunity has arisen to join our growing team at Royal Primary Care and we are looking for enthusiastic administrator / receptionists to undertake a varied roles and work in our busy medical centres within the Chesterfield areas. The practices are located at Rectory Road, Inkersall and Grangewood and Ashgate.
The duties will mainly be front of house reception. The working pattern is between 7.45am and 8.30pm doing 7.5 hour shifts with an expectancy to work a Saturday on a rolling rota basis.
The successful candidates will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills; be able to prioritise effectively and carry out a range of administrative and support tasks, sometimes under pressure. An awareness of the importance of confidentiality is essential.
The successful candidates should have basic I.T. skills.
Other essential skills are the ability to work as part of a team, have a good level of qualification (or equivalent experience) and competency in English & Maths.
In addition an ability to be adaptable to service needs and a professional manner is essential.
We currently have 4 posts available as follows:
3 x Full Time (37.5 hours) permanent
1 x Full Time (37.5 hours) Temporary for 6 months
(Please note that this is not Agenda for Change)
For more information please make contact with Gina Houchin on 01246 748093
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