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Data Administrator Vacancy

Band 2 - rising from £14,664 per annum, pro rata (depending on experience)
Based at Buckingham
Approximately 24 hours per week (with a possibility to increase)

As part of the Information Team in the practice, the main part of this role is to process the incoming clinical documents. It involves handling important medical information and is an essential part in delivering exceptional patient care

You may have worked in an administration role in the health service previously but what is more important is that you can work accurately and methodically. The successful applicant will become part of a friendly and supportive team, with development opportunities and on-going learning and training.

Please see the Job Description for details on how to apply.

 

Improving our Appointment Service

We would like our patients to be aware of some new appointment service details

 

Telephone Access - change in times

Please note, that in order to streamline our service and operations, the telephone lines for North End and Steeple Claydon will close from 1pm to 2pm daily, same as Verney Close.

And, Verney Close telephone lines will close at 6pm, same as North End and Steeple Claydon. Although the surgeries are still open for urgent access until 6.30pm.

 

North Locality Profile

At a recent Patient Participation Group meeting, it was suggested that we share, with our patients, this interesting information about our region, published by Aylesbury Vale Clinical Commissioning Group. Under the Profile Information heading is a link to the document.

http://www.aylesburyvaleccg.nhs.uk/the-local-area/north-locality/

 

Practice Closure Due to Staff Training - 15 June 2017

The Surgery will be closed from 1pm on the afternoon of Thursday 15th June

FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY please telephone 01296 850011

 

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