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General Practitioner Vacancy


Are you frustrated that you can’t find a job that fits your lifestyle or family commitments?
We have a vacancy for a GP at The Park Surgery in Littlehampton, a seaside town just over an hour from London with a mixed population.

We’ve cracked it!  General Practice can be fun! We have a long history of innovation and adaptation and have successfully split our workload into “on the day demand” which our fantastic Paramedic/Physician Associate triage team manage, and the complex patients which the GPs manage. Our triage team also manage the majority of our home visits, leaving the GPs to manage the things that they are best qualified to do and we are keen to be able to facilitate any particular interests you may have.   We also have a Lead Care Home & Frailty Nurse that manages our aligned care Homes.  We are sure that we can offer a position to suit your requirements. Salaried GP (with view to Partnership if wanted) for up to 8 sessions, part time, job sharing  and flexible working can be accommodated.

In our partnership are Doctors and Managing Partners looking after 11,075 patients and are working ever more closely with our neighbouring practices.  Our partners have long associations with high level CCG and recently PCN work, and the LMC; we are well connected.

We are historically high earners.

If you would like to join our progressive team, we would be happy to hear from you.

Please email your CV to FAO Claire Deegan, Managing partner.

Health Care Assistant

The Park Surgery based in Littlehampton is a friendly NHS GP Practice, just outside of Littlehampton town centre

We’re looking for a Full Time/Part Time Experienced Healthcare Assistant to work at the practice.

You will need to be a good communicator, fluent in English, written and spoken, with excellent interpersonal and customer service skills. You will have a range of patient facing and administrative tasks, so excellent organisational skills and time management are critical. A caring, empathetic character is essential.

Systmone and experience of working in a GP practice preferred.

Key Responsibilities:

Responsibilities to patient care

Following relevant practice/organisation policies, protocols and guidelines undertake tasks and duties for which you have received appropriate training.

  • Ensure pathological samples for investigation are collected and dispatched to the Lab efficiently and appropriately.
  • Undertaking clinical measurements and tasks ensuring these are recorded accurately and appropriately in the clinical records.

With appropriate training and competency these will include:

  • Venepuncture
  • Urine testing
  • ECG’s
  • BP/Pulse, Rhythm/ Height, Weight, BMI
  • ABPM/Cardiac event monitoring
  • Peak Flow Measurements/Spirometry
  • New patient/ NHS Health Checks
  • Smoking cessation
  • Flu/ Pneumonia vaccinations
  • Clip/suture removal
  • Basic wound care using approved dressings from the wound formulary
  • Ear irrigation
  • To act as a chaperone for other clinicians
  • Have a basic understanding of long term conditions including diagnostic interventions treatments and the principles of care and self-management
  • To provide education and health promotion to patients as appropriate
  • To collect lifestyle data from patients, including smoking status, alcohol consumption and exercise
  • To refer the patient to another clinician when appropriate
  • To report any observed changes in the patient’s condition or behaviour, or any other cause
  • Assisting the clinical staff where appropriate including minor surgery
  • Support the Practice Nurses to plan and manage care for individual patients
  • Support and monitor patients during nebulisation therapy
  • To maintain accurate and contemporaneous records to relevant professional standards/guidelines
  • Manage emergency situations within scope of practice and to level of competency
  • To develop new skills and expand the healthcare assistant service, as appropriate to the level of the post

Administrative responsibilities

  • Maintaining stock control of clinical supplies.
  • Re-stocking of clinical areas with clinical supplies
  • Supporting the delivery of standards and targets, including contacting patients (by telephone or letter) to provide information and invite them to attend for appointments as appropriate, e.g. annual influenza vaccinations, childhood immunisations, cervical screening, QoF, KPI’s, DES, LCS
  • Contact patients regarding test results as indicated by the clinicians. Report any concerns to the NHS Clinical Services manager or if absent; a Partner
  • Plan, develop and implement health promotion activities
  • Organise the provision of patient information leaflets, as requested

Person Specification: (E = Essential, D = Desirable)


  • Care Certificate – E
  • GCSE Grade A-C in Maths and English – E
  • NVQ Level 3 – D
  • Evidence of ongoing learning – D


  • Knowledge and understanding of Public Health and Health Promotion – E
  • Understanding of inequality and its impact on health – E
  • Evidence of effective team working – E
  • Ability to write and maintain accurate records – E
  • Evidence of continuous professional development – E
  • Understanding of the role of clinical governance, CQC and clinical supervision – D
  • Ability to maintain/improve quality within the services provided – D


  • Able to undertake supervised assessment of individuals, families and the community – E
  • Able to prioritise and manage time effectively – E
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills – E
  • Negotiation skills – E
  • Computer literacy skills/ input of data – E
  • EMIS and SystmOne experience


  • Experience of working collaboratively with other agencies – E
  • Experience of working with individuals in a health promotion role – E
  • Experience of managing own time and diary – E
  • Previous experience of working in a Primary Care Setting – D


  • Full UK Driving Licence (and access to a car) – D

Job Type: Permanent

COVID-19 considerations:
PPE, protective screens, hand sanitizer, lateral flow testing

Please email your CV to FAO Claire Deegan, Managing partner.

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