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Dependent on experience
Barnby Gate Surgery
CLOSING DATE FOR COMPLETED APPLICATIONS OR NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS: Fri 28th October
INTERVIEW DATE (IF KNOWN):
Barnby Gate Surgery, Newark.
We are looking for a full-time, motivated and enthusiastic nurse to complete our team. You would need to be a qualified nurse with experience of treatment room duties. The hours would usually be worked over four days.
Qualifications or experience in chronic disease management is essential. Professional development is important to our practice and we would be excited to develop the successful applicant.
We are a friendly, patient focused practice caring for 14,000 patients living in Newark and the surrounding villages. We offer a supportive environment and a very experienced team.
Knowledge of Systmone would be beneficial. Experience in all areas of chronic disease management including respiratory disease and spirometry, women’s health including cytology, pill checks and ring pessary management, treatment room duties to include wound care, travel medicine, immunisations and child vaccinations is essential. You will be expected to have good communication skills and a high standard of record keeping.
We have a ‘Good’ CQC rating, consistently high QOF standards and high patient satisfaction.
We are offering a competitive salary (actual salary will depend upon experience and qualifications) and membership of the NHS Pension Scheme.
For an informal discussion about the post please contact Sister Nadine Devonport, Lead Nurse, ( Phone number removed )
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