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Experienced Practice Nurse – Chronic Disease & Treatment Room - Harbourside Family Practice - 20-25 hours
We are a 4 Partner high achieving PMS Practice situated in Portishead, a beautiful coastal town in North Somerset overlooking the Severn Estuary, just five miles from thecityof Bristol.
We are a forward thinking practice with a strong emphasis on teamwork and patient centred care. We work from a new purpose-built health centre with bright, modern facilities that enable us to offer high quality clinical services to our local population of 10,100 patients.
We are therefore looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individualto enhance our friendly practice nursing team. We require cover for 20-25 hours (days and times flexible, but one working day must be a Friday). You will also be expected to provide a Saturday morning clinic, once a month.
We have had consistently high QoF results and were delighted that we were assessed as ‘Good’ in our latest CQC inspection in January 2019. We are also a 4.5 star rated practice on NHS Choices.
The successful candidate would be able to join the NHS pension.Uniform will be provided. Salary to be discussed at Interview depending on experience.
Informal enquiries and visits welcomed.
If you want to be part of our ongoing success story, please contact Harriet Rye our Nurse Manager on ( Email address removed ) or Fran Upshon, our Practice Manager on ( Email address removed ).
Applications can be made by submitting your CV and a covering letter via NHS jobs.Closing date: 23.59 on Monday 30th September 2019.
EMAIL: ( Email address removed )
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ADDRESS: Harbourside Family Practice, Marina Healthcare Centre, 2
Haven View, Portishead, Bristol, BS20 7QA
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