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Vacancies

We currently have 2  Staff vacancies:

 

DISPENSER (Full/Part time hours considered)

DEBENHAM GROUP PRACTICE (Part of Suffolk Primary Care)

We are seeking a Dispenser who is courteous, sympathetic and professional. Working closely with the Dispensary Lead you will be involved in all areas of the dispensary including dispensing, stock control and record keeping. Liaising with GPs, patients and other members of practice staff, the successful candidate will also be required to undertake sickness and holiday cover in addition to their contracted hours.

Qualified to NVQ level 2 or an equivalent dispensing qualification, dispensing experience and knowledge are preferred but not essential as training will be provided for the suitable candidate. All applicants must be over 18 years old. The job offers an exciting opportunity to work in a friendly rural practice.

To apply, please send a covering letter and your CV to:

Email: gail.sherman@nhs.net Post:    Gail Sherman, Operations Manager, Debenham Group Practice, 20 Low Road, Debenham, Suffolk, IP14 6QU

 

 Dispenser: Job Specification

Dispenser: Job Description

 

 

Salaried GP (4-6 Sessions)

Debenham Group Practice – part of Suffolk Primary Care

 

We are looking for a skilled, enthusiastic, motivated individual who will share our ethos of commitment to high quality of care in a long established rural practice.

 

We are a three site dispensing practice with approx. 9,000 patients, PMS, High Achieving QOF, SystmOne. There are currently 4 GP Partners, 3 Salaried GP’s, 3 Nurse Practitioners and an excellent nursing and admin team.

 

Flexible working arrangements will be considered. If you would like to have an informal discussion or to arrange a visit, please contact Steve Bloomfield (07824 677160) or email: steve.bloomfield@nhs.net

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
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