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JOB AVAILABLE: receptionist/secretary/administrator

Part time job:

Chagford Health Centre are looking for a part time (12 hours a week) medical receptionist/secretary/administrator 

Additional hours available covering holidays and sickness cover (so applicant needs to be flexible)

Working within a small team, you will be required to:

answer incoming call dealing with general queries and booking appointments

take and action prescription requests

type letters from dictation

scan documents

frank post and much more

Our ideal candidate  will be enthusiastic and will work well within a small team.  Confidence working with computers is essential. Medical experience is desirable but not essential as all training will be given.

Available hours are Monday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings 0830-1230

Potential opportunity in the future for additional hours.

Please apply with an up to date CV by email to judi.fowler@nhs.net or by post to Judi Fowler Chagford Health Centre, Chagford, TQ13 8BW or drop in your CV to our surgery and leave at reception.

Judi Fowler - Chagford - 01647 434127 (for more information)

CLOSING DATE 4.2.2019 







Welcome to Chagford Health Centre 

The doctors and staff at Chagford Health Centre in Devon are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.  We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.

There have been doctors practicing in Chagford since at least 1804. The current Health Centre was purpose-built in 1979 and underwent major alterations in 1983, 1991 and 1998 and 2015/16.  It has both access and toilet facilities for the disabled plus a toilet for wheelchair users.

NON NHS SERVICE

Chagford Health Centre has now been running the nail cutting service for 7 months and it is proving very successful, therefore we are now offering a full day instead of a half day on the 1st Tuesday of each month from 1000am until 1530   This service is offered to all patients who cannot manage to cut their own nails except patients who suffer with diabetes and/or some other medical problems such as surgery to arteries in legs or feet, intermittent claudication/severe poor circulation, painful corns, callus, severely thickened or deformed toe nails, severe foot/toe deformities, recurrent foot infection requiring antibiotic therapy.  

This service is now offered by Dartmoor Foot Practitioner Amber Bennett - the cost to patient is £15.00

If you are not a patient of Chagford Health Centre you will be asked to provide details of all the medicines you regularly take by bringing a copy of your current prescription list to your first appointment. 

Please note that she has been trained to cut toe and finger nails ONLY  - She is not a Chiropodist.  

If you would like more information please ask at Chagford Health Centre

CITIZENS ADVICE

Citizens Advice are back in Chagford Surgery and will be here every 3rd Friday in the month starting on 20th October 2017.  There will also be clinics at Cheriton Bishop Surgery and Moretonhampstead Surgery - Please call us on 01647 433320 to book an appointment with the Advisor Linda Shilan 

IMPROVING ACCESS FOR CHAGFORD HEALTH CENTRE

 

Improving access to general practice: evening available

Patients who are registered at this practice can  book an appointment to see a GP on weekday evenings (after 6.30pm)on Mondays or early morning appointments on a Tuesday/Thursday (from 0730am) Appointments will take place at this practice. Please telephone the practice receptionist on 01647 433320 to find out more or book an appointment.

 

NHS Improved Access

For more information click the link below:

https://www.middevonhealthcare.co.uk/  

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