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Applications are invited for the post of Phlebotomist to work for the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust.
Due to the expansion of the service there is a vacancy for a suitable person to join the Phlebotomy team to take blood samples from patients on Wards and in Out Patients settings. If you feel you have the necessary ability and enthusiasm to do this job we would welcome your application. Working hours are dependant on area assigned, these shifts are assigned on a rota covering seven days a week, including bank holidays.
This post is within the Clinical Support Care Group, covering wards and out- patient clinic areas at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro.
This is a part time post working 25 hours per week, worked over five days on a rota basis.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Jeana Curtis, Senior Phlebotomist at Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro. Main number [Click here to apply] and ask the telephonist to bleep her on 2888 to contact you.
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