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Whitby Group Practice
Spring Vale Medical Centre Rievaulx Road WHITBY North Yorkshire YO21 1SD
Tel: 01947 820888
Fax: 01947 824100
Out of Hours: NHS 111
**THE SURGERY TELEPHONES WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO THE OUT OF HOURS SERVICE FROM 12.00 NOON ON 3RD SEPTEMBER 2019 FOR STAFF TRAINING. THE SURGERY WILL BE OPEN FOR ROUTINE NURSE APPOINTMENTS AND FOR THE COLLECTION OF PRESCRIPTIONS. IF YOU NEED A DOCTOR URGENTLY AND YOUR CONDITION IS LIFE THREATENING PLEASE RING 999. IF YOU NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR URGENTLY AND YOUR CONDITION IS NOT LIFE THREATENING THEN PLEASE RING THE SURGERY NUMBER AND YOU WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO THE OUT OF HOURS SERVICE, ALTERNATIVELY YOU CAN CALL NHS111 **

CURRENT RECRUITMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Please note for all roles CVs and interview notes will be retained for 3 years in line with the Practice’s Record Retention Policy

WHITBY GROUP PRACTICE
www.whitbygrouppractice.nhs.uk

Welcome to Whitby

 

RECORDS CLERK/RECEPTIONIST

(19 HOURS PER WEEK)

 

We are a seeking a reliable person with excellent communication skills to work afternoons / evenings within our busy administration team, hours as follows:

 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday – 2pm-6.45pm (hours non-negotiable).

 

The successful candidate must have the ability to work on own initiative, have a willingness to learn new skills, prioritise workload and tasks and have excellent IT skills.

 

Successful applicant will be expected to use own judgement, be resourceful, use common sense to respond to patient’s enquiries and requests.

See link to NHS Jobs to apply:
https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915697930
 

Salary is £8.21 per hour

Applications accepted via NHS jobs only – NO AGENCIES. 

CLOSING DATE: 21st August 2019

INTERVIEWS: 30th August 2019

 

 

Opportunities available to become a GP on the beautiful North Yorkshire Coast
 
We provide a service to 14,200 residents of Whitby and the surrounding villages and are a well-established training and research active practice. Our Practice is friendly, forward thinking and has been an integral part of the local community for many years. The Partners continue to invest in the Practice and staff, to ensure they maintain an excellent local reputation and high standards of clinical care. Many Partners work part-time, and pursue other interests both within and outside of the Practice, achieving a superb work/life balance. If you are forward thinking and want a career with a growing practice, please get in touch to discuss further. Informal enquires and visits would be welcomed; contact Alison Williams 01947 824149 or awilliams16@nhs.net
 
WHITBY – THE PLACE
 
Whitby is a prime destination on the Yorkshire Coast. The town sits either side of the harbour at the mouth of the River Esk. Whitby has the sea, the harbour, the beaches and the cliffs. Whether it is bird, seal or whale watching, surfing, rowing, sailing or just building sandcastles, Whitby has it all.­­ If that is not enough, within a few minutes you can get out onto the breath-taking scenery of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and its delightful moorland villages. The possibilities for walking, riding and mountain biking are endless. For those who like to dine or shop, the town has a wealth of opportunities; quirky teashops, lots restaurants and of course the best fish and chips! Whitby has more than its fair share of traditional pubs, offering with good ale, many child and dog friendly and with top quality pub grub. For shopping we have a wide variety of boutiques, jewellers and food shops and also three supermarkets. 
Overlooked by the impressive Benedictine ruins of Whitby Abbey, and with a maze of cobbled streets and alleyways, Whitby offers something for everyone. For history lovers there is the Celtic connection of the original Abbey, preceded by the Roman signal station. Later we have Captain Cook, the jet industry and whaling. For those with a more literary outlook, the most famous connection is with Bram Stoker’s Dracula - the stimulus for the famous biannual Whitby Goth Weekend - but there are also connections with Hermann Melville and Lewis Carrol.  For lovers of geology it is a rare, rich and fascinating area of Jurassic Coast, with many important fossil finds and opportunities even just walking the beaches. Whitby Museum is worth a visit for more amazing local artefacts. Other attractions include the steam trains of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, many festivals and weekends including the Folk Week, Whitby Regatta, 60s Festival, Angling Festival, Beer Festival and Wartime Weekend, plus many more. Scarborough and Filey are close by, and the nearest airport Durham Tees Valley is only approximately 50 miles away. 
There is a good range of housing in Whitby and the surrounding countryside, from character period properties to modern new builds. Partners in the Practice live in a wide range of locations from Whitby itself, Scarborough and villages on the coast and on the moors. Some have commuted from York.
The area has many schools which are rated as good, with some attaining outstanding by OFSTED.


 

 

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