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FLU CLINIC DROP IN SESSIONS 2017


The final drop in session will be on Wednesday 18th October  9:00am-1:00pm (Costa Coffee, Tesco – Carbis Bay)



THERE WILL BE A FINAL BOOKABLE CLINIC AT THE STENNACK SURGERY TUESDAY 24TH OCTOBER PLEASE RING THE SURGERY TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR THIS CLINIC





 



 

Job Vacancies

We are currently recruiting for Receptionist/Administrators (including an Apprentice) , GPs and an Experienced Practice Nurse and

Medical Receptionist/Administrator – CLOSING DATE FRIDAY 20th OCTOBER

We are looking for full-time energetic and enthusiastic GP Medical Receptionist/Administrators to join our hardworking team.

 

Ideally we are looking for people with previous GP Medical Receptionist/Administrator experience who are able to be flexible with the days and hours they work (although enthusiastic quick learners with transferrable experience should also apply). For more information please see our Advert on NHS Jobs

 

Medical Receptionist/Administrator (Apprenticeship)

We are also looking for an energetic and enthusiastic full-time GP Medical Receptionist/Administrator Apprentice to join our hardworking team.  Working with Dynamo Healthcare Training we are looking to recruit a GP Medical Receptionist/Administrator Apprentice. The Apprenticeship will last 12 months, will lead to an approved qualification in administration and may lead to a permanent position at the surgery upon completion.

For more details and to apply please email: office@dynamohealthcaretraining.co.uk 

 

Salaried GP

    • 4-8 sessions per week
    • Start date flexible
  • For more information please see our Advert on NHS Jobs

 

Experienced Practice Nurse

    • Up to 37.5 hours per week (but applications for part-time hours welcome)
    • Start date flexible
  • For more information please see our Advert on NHS Jobs


 
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