Administrator Vacancy - 22 hours per week
We are an 8 Partner dispensing practice with over 12,800 patients based in a modern purpose built facility in semi-rural Wickham near Fareham.
We are looking for an enthusiastic Administrator to join our Admin Team who has experience and enjoys working within a team but is also able to work independently and has a positive, approachable and flexible attitude.
This role will provide administrative support using a range of clinical systems and duties will include: medical record summarising, scanning and read Coding, patient registrations & deductions, document workflow, pathology and other patient results, clinical administration as required, the use of searches, chronic disease recall, insurances administration and patient SAR’s.
The successful candidate will be expected to have a positive approach to patient care, have good communication and IT skills and a willingness to learn as the Admin Department constantly evolves.
This role is for 22 hours per week, worked over a Monday, Tuesday afternoon and Friday, however the successful candidate should be flexible and be able cover holidays and sickness as required.
All applicants should be eligible to work in the UK.
Closing date for receipt of applications: Wednesday 27th February 2019.
To apply, please submit your CV to:
The Operations Managers, Wickham Surgery, Houghton Way, Wickham, Fareham PO17 5GU.
If you require further information about the vacancy please contact Charlotte Elliott, Administration Supervisor by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dispenser – part time a minimum of 22 hours per week
We are a 10 Doctor dispensing GP practice with over 12,500 patients based in a modern purpose built facility in semi-rural Wickham near Fareham.
We are looking for an experienced Dispenser to join our busy dispensary team that delivers a high level of customer service and patient care to our dispensing patients. The ideal candidate should hold a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) in Dispensing at level 2 or equivalent. Experience with monitored dose systems would be an advantage.
However, we will consider a trainee Dispenser role for the right candidate.
You must be able to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to prioritise workload and be able work independently whilst integrating with the existing dispensary team. A flexible, professional and enthusiastic approach is essential along with a desire to deliver an excellent service to our patients.
Salary will be based on qualifications and experience and hours will be around 22 hours per week with the addition of Saturday mornings on a rota basis. You will be required to work at both our main site at Wickham and our branch surgery at Droxford.
To apply please submit a CV The Operations Managers, Wickham Surgery, Houghton Way, Wickham, Fareham PO17 5GU.
Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 8th March 2019.
You must be eligible to work in the UK.
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The Surgery will close the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 12.30pm -1.30pm for staff training. The Dispensary will be closed every Wednesday from 12.30pm - 1pm.
3 Month free membership to Weight Watchers
Hampshire county council and Weight Watchers are working together and are inviting residents of Hampshire to join Weight Watchers for 3 months. Click the link below for more information:-
Get Hampshire Walking
Wickham Surgery is supporting a campaign to get people walking more. Physical activity has a positive impact on health and happiness and even small changes can make a difference.
For more information on this campaign please click on the link below:-
Hampshire county council have also organised "Health Walks" in our local area. Please see the attached poster for more details:-
Health Walk List 2018
WICKHAM SURGERY - PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP
Dear Wickham Surgery Patient
It has been the desire for some time for the practice to establish a face to face representative group of patients to form what is known as a Patient Participation Group (PPG). Please read the attached letter which outlines our plan to get this group up and running and also gives instructions on how to become a member of this group.
Letter inviting patients to join our PPG group