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A recent survey found that almost a third of GPs already employ a pharmacist in their practice and a further 16% are considering this move. The Village Practice is now part of the national NHS pilot to include a clinical pharmacist in our GP practice. The pharmacist will offer patient appointments for long-term conditions such as diabetes or asthma, medicines reviews and other medicines-related support, including discussing side effects. The pharmacist can also help patients with their medicines following a stay in hospital. Having a pharmacist working at our surgery will increase the available appointments, ease the workload of GPs and provide valuable medicines support”

02 May 2018

Dear Patients

Our Quick Access Clinic is one of the busiest clinics in the Practice and we are very proud to offer this exceptional access for our patients.

In recent months the clinic has been extremely busy and we have been forced to call Doctors in from their annual leave to try and help us manage the numbers of patients and we are pleased to say we have never turned a patient away. However this is not sustainable, and for the safety of patients and our staff we are implementing a policy to ‘cap’ the number of patients attending the clinic if numbers become unmanageable.

Please be aware we do not take this decision lightly and will only put these measures in place if completely necessary.

If this happens patients will be

  • Informed by Reception as soon as possible
  • Asked if your problem can wait till the next day, in which case they will be asked to come to next day Quick Access.
  • If not, then a message will be taken and this will be reviewed by a Doctor within 3 hours and triaged to be seen later that day.
  • If your problem is more urgent you may be asked to attend a clinic at another location.

We very much appreciate your support in this matter

Kind regards

 

Amanda Meehan

Practice Manager

 

 

14/03/2018 WE ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THE PRACTICE WILL, WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT BE OPEN FROM 08.00AM EVERY DAY. PLEASE NOTE QUICK ACCESS START TIMES REMAIN AT 08.30AM.

Staff Vacancies

Super GP required 6-8 sessions a week 

This is a rare and exciting opportunity to join our fast growing Practice ( 1st in 2 years)

We are an energetic, happy and forward thinking GP Training Practice in Finsbury Park. Having grown from 5k patients to 9.8k in 3 years, we are passionate about improving patient outcomes.

 

You will be an enthusiastic individual who enjoys working in a positive and education focused workplace.

Benefits include..................

  • £10k a session plus indemnity and admin sessions
  • Morning Coffee breaks for all doctors as part of your agreed session
  • Opportunity to make decisions and transform services in the Practice by sitting on multidisciplinary working groups.
  • Weekly education focused meetings with lunch provided with whole clinical team.
  • Regular education afternoons and consultant led sessions
  • Opportunity to Lead in areas such as sepsis for Practice and get involved with wider Federation and CCG.
  • A supportive and friendly team that include duty HCAs and secretaries.
  • Opportunities to get involved in training F2s and trainee GPs
  • In house minor surgery, drug misuse clinics and coil fitting

What we are looking for...................................

 

  • Dynamic and positive person to fit in our team
  • Interest in QIPP and designing services
  • Compassionate, caring and wanting to make a positive difference to patient lives.

Will consider fixed term contracts.

For an informal chat or more information please dont hesitate to call Amanda Meehan Practice Manager on 07597 880 616

 

Closing Date: 21/09/2018 -

Applications via NHS jobs

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/emp_vacancy/3e24bc4b8d03e028400b95d1970d054b/?vac_ref=915243783&nosession=1&include_expired=1

                                   

 

                                   

 

THE VILLAGE PRACTICE is committed to ensuring that its recruitment process is fair, open and non-discriminatory, so that it selects appropriately qualified and experienced staff for new roles from both external and internal sources, and has a policy of developing existing staff to enable them to widen the scope of their roles, take on additional, more diverse duties, or change role completely.

The Practice ensures that its recruitment process always follows the principles and ethos of the Equality Act 2010.

Effective recruitment and selection is crucial to the continued success and progress of the Practice. This means finding people with the necessary skills, expertise and qualifications to deliver the Practice’s objectives.

The following key principles set out the Practice’s approach to recruitment.

    • A continued commitment to equal opportunities in all recruitment and selection practices;

    • Implementation of working policies which allow genuinely flexible ways of working which meet both the needs of the service, and those of the employee;

    • Encouragement of managers to be creative in filling posts;

    • Conducting a transparent, efficient recruitment process, built on current thinking and best practice, which always aims to take on people of the highest possible calibre and get them into post in the shortest possible time;

    • Compliance with all statutory and regulatory requirements.The Practice will ensure the following in all its recruitment and selection practices:



    • Staff members are dealt with fairly and consistently in accordance with the Practice’s agreed policies and procedures for recruitment and selection (see separate “New Employee Recruitment, Selection, Interview & Appointment Policy & Protocol” and “Professional Qualifications & Registration Policy for New & Existing Staff” for full details);

    • Staff members who are part of the interview panel are trained in the Practice’s recruitment and selection policies and procedures.



 
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