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EXPERIENCED SENIOR MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST – PERMANENT CONTRACT

WINGATE MEDICAL CENTRE, KIRKBY, LIVERPOOL

Salary commensurate with experience  

FULL TIME (37.5 hrs/wk) Mon. – Fri.

We are a large, dynamic, fully computerised (EMIS Web) training practice, providing health care to our patients living in Kirkby and East Fazakerley.

 

We are looking for an additional hardworking and experienced Senior Medical Receptionist who will work professionally alongside our other Senior Medical Receptionist.  You will both be supported by our team of 10 experienced Medical Receptionists.

 

As a pivotal and invaluable member of the primary health care team, you will work on the front line competently yet compassionately and will assist and navigate our patients to the most appropriate health care professional / service.

 

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate leadership qualities, an ability to multi-task and work autonomously under pressure.  Flexibility to work additional hours if required. 

Closing date: Monday 3 May 2021

Doctors

Dr Paul Morris

MBChB (Liverpool 1986), FRCGP

Dr Christine Mimnagh

MBChB (Liverpool 1988), MSc, FRCGP

Dr Simon Perritt

BSc, MBChB (Liverpool 1996)

Dr Simon Wee

BSc (St Andrews 2002), MBChB (Manchester 2005), MRCGP

Dr Samantha Rostron

MBChB (Manchester 2004), MRCGP, DFSRH with LoC in SDI and IUT

Dr Victoria Urquhart

BCs (Hons), MBChB (Liverpool 2004) MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH

Dr Michael Baxter

MBChB (Liverpool 2007), MRCGP

Dr Gareth Agnew

MBChB (Liverpool 2002), MRCGP

Dr Anna Smith

BSc, MBBS (London 2001), MRCGP

Dr Kathryn Jordan

BSc(Hons), MBChB (Liverpool 2007) MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH

Dr Steph Lamb

MBChB (Hons) (Leeds 2012), MRCGP

Dr Natalie Edwardson

MBChB (Liverpool 2015), MRCGP

Dr Andrew Wilkinson

MBChB (Edinburgh 2004), MRCGP

GP Registrars 


These are fully qualified hospital doctors who join us for periods of six or twelve months, as part of their training to become general practitioners

 
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