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Vacancies

 

York Street Medical Practice

has vacancies which may suit someone looking to use their administration and customer service skills.

 

We need

 

Patient Care-Co-ordinators

 

 to assist with all aspects of reception and administrative duties.

Ideally you will have a good knowledge of MS Office

and excellent IT skills.

 

Previous experience of dealing with the public is essential. If this has been in a GP practice or NHS setting, so much the better. Full training will be given.

 

The position is offered on a permanent contract with a 3 month probationary period. We are looking for people to work either full or part time up to 35 Hours per week. Shift times will vary within the hours of 7.45 am and 6.45pm. Salary will be £8.30 to £8.45 per hour depending on experience.

 

Click here to view a job description

Click here to view a person specification

 

To apply, please send a copy of a CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to stuart.thorpe@nhs.net

 

 

Closing date for applications: 3 September 2014

 

 

 

York Street Medical Practice, 146-148 York Street, Cambridge, CB1 2PY

 

 



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With the increased funding pressures being faced by GP practices we have had to reduce the number of routine blood tests that we carry out ay the surgery. You may therefore be referred by your Doctor to the Addenbrookes phlebotomy service that operates out of the pharmacy at Sainsburys on Coldhams Corner. Details of the service can be found here and here

 
 
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