Salaried Doctor: Exciting opportunity for a Salaried GP with an interest in career progression.
Health Care Assistant
30 hours per week
Pay dependent upon experience, knowledge and skills. Experience in primary care desirable but not essential, ideally qualified to NVQ level 3 or equivalent. The role of the health care assistant includes but is not limited to health checks, BP monitoring including 24 hour ABPM monitoring, ECGs, injections including influenza and B12 and INR monitoring. Must be willing to undertake training to develop clinical skills and competencies relevant to the role and complete the care certificate.
Enquiries to Debbie Sands, Deputy Practice Manager on 01772 214694. Please download an application pack from the website and post to:
Deputy Practice Manager
Sandy Lane Surgery
or email email@example.com
Jean qualified from Nottingham University in 1997 and has worked as a practice nurse for many years. She has qualifications in diabetes, coronary heart disease, family planning, COPD, and is a nurse prescriber. Jean is the practice Infection Control Lead Clinician. Jean is currently undertaking training to become an Advanced Nurse Practitioner.
Tracey qulaified in 1985 and has been working as a practice nurse for the past 19 years. she has qualifications in asthma, COPD, diabetes and family planning/womens health.
Karen qualified in 1995 and has worked as a practice nurse for the past 12 years. Karen has qualifications in Coronary Heart Disease,Asthma/COPD, Diabetes and woman's health.
Pam trained in Rochdale and went on to Uclan she worked as a district nurse for many years, for the last 6 years she has worked as a practice nurse and joined Sandy Lane in February 2016
Sheryl joined Sandy Lane in 2017 and already is a valued member of the team.Sheryl studied nursing at Manchester Metropolitan University and qualified in 2007. Following this she worked for 7 years in adult criticial care. In 2015 Sheryl completed a Specialist community Public Health nurse degree and worked as a health visitor. She is passionate about public health and working with patients to manage chronic conditions. Sheryl is also our safeguarding lead.
|Mrs Amanda Corby|
Amanda joined the practice in September 2016. She is an experienced Healthcare Assistant having previously worked in this role for 6 years at a different practice and with the District Nursing Team as a Healthcare Support Worker
|Mrs Colleen Clitheroe|
Colleen has worked at the practice as a Medical Receptionist since 2006. She has long expressed a wish to move into the Healthcare Assistants role and we were pleased to be able to accommodate this in 2017. She is currently completing her care certificate and ongoing training in the different aspects of this role.