Are you looking to contribute towards the new era of community healthcare? Do you thrive working independently, albeit in a supportive environment? If so we can offer you an exciting opportunity. Due to expansion of our community services we are seeking expression of interest for a part time Sonographer to join our team, initially for up to 16 hours per week, delivering our ultrasound service in HM Prison Winchester. We use high quality portable machines providing a professional and convenient service that offers valuable benefits to our service users.
The days and hours worked can be flexible and potentially there may be expansion of the service providing further exciting opportunities.
Post Holders should hold an Ultrasound PG Cert/Dip or DMU and be registered with the HCPC. You must be skilled in general, DVT and small parts ultrasound and able to report independently. Musculoskeletal skills are an added advantage.
You will possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be comfortable working in the community, with our broader clinical team supporting you remotely.
We schedule breaks to allow catch up time within our clinics and we do not double book in anticipation of patients not attending.
The rate of pay is up to £35 per hour dependent on experience and includes 28 days paid leave pro rata as working part time. Successful candidates can choose to increase their holidays and / or join our non-contributory pension scheme or life assurance benefit as an alternative to taking the full salary.
We are a recognised provider of community based healthcare services including diagnostics, outpatient and ancillary services to NHS and private patients, currently within Bristol, North Somerset, Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire, BANES, Walsall and NE Essex but looking to branch out further to new CCG areas across England. In addition we offer a variety of support services to our shareholder base of 100 practices which comprise over 650 GPs who look after approximately 1,000,000 patients. Our services are clinically led, developed to meet patient needs and provide cost and efficiency savings to the NHS.
GP Care's key patient values are:
GP Care is committed to a policy of equality in all our employment practices and it is essential that all staff are willing to make a positive contribution to the promotion and implementation of this. Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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