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Vacancies

Current Vacancies

Correspondence Management Administrator

Correspondence Management (CorMa) Administrator - Kingston upon Hull HU12 - Indeed.com

  • The purpose of the role is to: Record incoming clinical correspondence in line with guidelines to ensure all patient medical information is updated accurately and within an appropriate time frame. Within these actions the administrator will forward items of correspondence to clinical team members for assessment and further management of patients. Although the CorMa team work out of our Withernsea site the post holder should be aware that on occasion they may be aske to travel to any of the 7 Holderness Health Sites to complete their work, train or attend meetings.

The post holder will:

  • Maintain a professional, positive and friendly image to patients and other visitors, either in person or via the telephone.
  • Undertake a various activities within the CorMa team managing mainly electronic and some paper documents in order to bring patient records up to date.
  • Occasionally liaise with other healthcare organisations
  • Maintain confidentiality at all times.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The duties and responsibilities to be undertaken by members of the CorMa team may include any or all of the items in the following list. Duties may be varied from time to time under the direction of the Management Team. All duties are to be carried out professionally.

· Receive and open hard copy post

· Scan and merge documents

· Process all correspondence in accordance with guidlines

· Accurately attach electronic documents to patient records

· Identify new significant diagnoses from documentation and add codes to the patient record to reflect this.

· Identify other significant information within correspondence that requires coding.

· Appropriately respond to information received that requires urgent attention.

· Determine when correspondence requires forwarding to the clinical team for further actions and management.

· Identify duplicated documents

· Identify and code new medical conditions

· Liaise with medical professionals

· Other general administrative duties

· Incoming electronic documents accessed through workflow and actioned

· Ensure tasks in EMIS are managed and actioned on a daily basis

· Provide cover within the team when required.

· Occasional reporting and monitoring of own and team work as well as for the wider organisation

· Ensure that training is completed

· Attendance at courses and meetings when required

· Scanning and emailing of information using encryption

· Take part in significant event reporting and reviews.

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Patient Services Team Member

Patient Services Team Member - Kingston upon Hull HU12 - Indeed.com

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Social Prescribing Team Leader

Full Time - £24,500-£27,500 per annum

Job overview

You will be responsible for leading our small team of Social Prescribing Link Workers and Health & Wellbeing Coaches as part of our Proactive Care Team. Your role will be to ensure that we deliver excellent care by actively supporting patients to take control of their own health and well-being.

You will ensure that proactive care is fully integrated into the practice and will use a targeted approach to addressing health inequalities and ensuring that vulnerable, deprived and difficult to reach groups have their needs met and have equitable access to local services.

If you share our values of collaboration, integrity, quality, respect and wellbeing and are looking for a new challenge, we would love to hear from you.

Main duties of the job

You will play an active role in developing the practices proactive care strategy, determining how best your team can be utilised to provide personalised support to individuals, their families, and carers to support them to be active participants in their own healthcare empowering them to manage their own health and wellbeing.

As well as managing your own caseload of patients, you will play a key developmental role in building and sustaining relationships with other agencies and the voluntary and community sector in Holderness. To be a success in this role, you will need knowledge of the personalised care approach and be able to work from an asset based approach, building on existing community and personal assets.

You will have experience of leading a team and providing staff supervision, coaching and development. You will also have considerable experience of working in community development, adult health and social care, learning support or public health/health improvement.

https://beta.jobs.nhs.uk/candidate/jobadvert/A1637-21-1169

Closing Date 4th August

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Social Prescribing Link Worker

Full Time/Part Time/Job Share - £21,500-£24,500 pro rata per annum

Job overview

This new role will support the practice in delivering excellent care by actively supporting patients to take control of their own health and well-being.

You will take referrals from within the practice and the wider PCN partners for individuals who would benefit from social prescribing support. By providing personalised support to individuals, their families and carers, you will assist people to take control of their health and wellbeing, live independently and improve their health access and outcomes. A key part of the role will be to co-produce Personalised Care and Support Plans to improve health and wellbeing, introducing or reconnecting people to appropriate community groups and statutory services.

If you share our values of collaboration, integrity, quality, respect and wellbeing and are looking for a new challenge, we would love to hear from you.

We will consider applications for part-time posts and job-share requests for this role.

Main duties of the job

Your focus will be providing personalised support to individuals, their families, and carers to support them to be active participants in their own healthcare empowering them to manage their own health and wellbeing.

As well as managing your own caseload of patients, you will work closely with partner agencies and the local voluntary and community sector in Holderness. To be a success in this role, you will need knowledge of the personalised care approach and be able to work from an asset based approach, building on existing community and personal assets.

You will have considerable experience of working in community development, adult health and social care, learning support or public health/health improvement and an understanding of the wider determinants of health including social, economic and environmental factors and their impact on communities.

Above all, you will be committed to fully exploring the benefits that social prescribing can offer our local community

https://beta.jobs.nhs.uk/candidate/jobadvert/A1637-21-4827

Closing Date 4th August

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Care Co-Ordinator

Full Time/Job Share £19,500 - £21,500 pro rata per annum

Job overview

As one of our Care Coordinators, you will be responsible for supporting the practice in delivering excellent patient care by effectively coordinating different elements of care from multi-disciplinary teams within and outside the practice.

We are currently seeking to recruit three new Care Coordinators to join our expanding Proactive Care Team. Working alongside our Social Prescribing Link Workers and Health & Wellbeing Coaches as well as our GPs and clinical teams, you will develop packages of care suited to the needs of individual patients.

If you share our values of collaboration, integrity, quality, respect and wellbeing and are looking for a new challenge, we would love to hear from you.

We will consider 50% job-share applications for this role from suitably qualified candidates looking for a less than full-time role.

Main duties of the job

Our successful candidate will have a busy and varied role including service co-ordination, active care planning for patients and providing direct patient support. You will co-ordinate multidisciplinary team meetings, liaise with clinical and non-clinical teams within Holderness Health and across our partner agencies.

Acting as a key point of contact for patients, carers and healthcare professionals, you will ensure that an individuals healthcare needs are addressed in a joined-up way, ensuring that they receive the right care from the right professional at the right time.

Our ideal candidate will have experience of working in a health or social care setting and a deep understanding of patient care needs but we are also interested in hearing from people from a wide range of backgrounds who can demonstrate sound administrative skills and experience of delivering high quality customer or patient care.

https://beta.jobs.nhs.uk/candidate/jobadvert/A1637-21-6058

Closing date 4th August 2021

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Advanced Clinical Practitioner

Part Time – Full Time

Band 8a equivalent, depending upon experience

We are seeking to recruit an ACP with an independent prescribing qualification and who is looking for their next career development opportunity. Experience of managing acute illness would be very welcome but we are keen to hear from all ACPs who have relevant skills transferable to Primary Care.

We are the largest GP practice in the East Riding and are seeking an Advanced Clinical Practitioner to join our multi-disciplinary team on either a full time or part-time basis.

We have the scale, diversity and breadth of skills within our large team to help you to develop your career, pursue areas of interest and take advantage of the opportunities we offer.  With truly local control we intend to keep the best of traditional patient centred Primary Care with all the benefits of a larger organisation.  Most importantly for you, we have extensive experience in providing a supportive environment for ACP’S as part of our diverse clinical team.  

About this Role

To provide care for the presenting patient and demonstrate safe, clinical decision-making and expert care, including assessment and diagnostic skills, for patients within general practice. Diagnose and treat patients who present with minor ailments and minor injuries, supported by GPs, advanced nurse practitioners and other members of the nursing team. Attend urgent home visits. The advanced clinical practitioner will work collaboratively with the general practice team to meet the needs of patients and support the delivery of policy and procedures. They will have the ability to prioritise and make any necessary referrals for investigations in the appropriate manner and be flexible and responsive to patient needs.

About You

You will have a relevant qualification at Degree Level or equivalent as well as having up to date membership of a relevant professional register.

Post qualification experience is essential to this role.

Experience of working in primary care would be welcome but we are also interested in hearing from candidates with appropriate experience in other healthcare settings.

We can offer you…

  • 30 days annual leave pro rata + 8 public holidays (Pro rata for part-time)
  • Supported training and development
  • Full or part-time role
  • NHS Pension Scheme
  • An amazing opportunity to help us build resilient, patient-focused services

Job Description

Person Specification

For further information about the role or to arrange an informal visit to the practice, please contact Jo Welsh, HR Assistant at joanne.welsh2@nhs.net 

To apply for this vacancy please complete the online application form by visiting www.jobs.nhs.uk  the job reference number is:  J180-A-20-371918

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Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Part Time – Full Time

Band 7 – 8a equivalent, depending upon experience           

We are seeking to recruit an ANP with an independent prescribing qualification or working towards and who is looking for their next career development opportunity. Experience of managing acute illness would be very welcome but we are keen to hear from all ANP’S who have relevant skills transferable to Primary Care.

We are the largest GP practice in the East Riding and are seeking an Advanced Nurse Practitioner to join our multi-disciplinary team on either a full time or part-time basis.

We have the scale, diversity and breadth of skills within our large team to help you to develop your career, pursue areas of interest and take advantage of the opportunities we offer.  With truly local control we intend to keep the best of traditional patient centred Primary Care with all the benefits of a larger organisation.  Most importantly for you, we have extensive experience in providing a supportive environment for ANP’S as part of our diverse clinical team.  

About this Role

To provide care for the presenting patient and demonstrate safe, clinical decision-making and expert care, Assess, diagnose, plan, implement and evaluate treatment/interventions and care for patients presenting with an undifferentiated diagnosis. Clinically examine and assess patient needs from a physiological and psychological perspective and plan clinical care accordingly. Assess, diagnose, plan, implement and evaluate interventions/treatments for patients with complex needs. Proactively identify, diagnose and manage treatment plans for patients at risk of developing a long-term condition

About You

You will have a relevant qualifications as well as having up to date membership of a relevant professional register.

Post qualification experience is essential to this role.

Experience of working in primary care would be welcome but we are also interested in hearing from candidates with appropriate experience in other healthcare settings.

We can offer you…

  • 30 days annual leave pro rata + 8 public holidays (Pro rata for part-time)
  • Supported training and Development
  • Full or part-time role
  • NHS Pension Scheme
  • An amazing opportunity to help us build resilient, patient-focused services

Job Description

For further information about the role or to arrange an informal visit to the practice, please contact Jo Welsh, HR Assistant at joanne.welsh2@nhs.net or on 01482 899348 ext 102.

To apply for this vacancy please complete the online application form by visiting www.jobs.nhs.uk  the job reference number is:  J180-A-20-371894.

 



 
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