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- Denbigh, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 08 Nov, 2018
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Beech House Surgery 69 Vale Street, Denbigh Denbighshire LL16 3AY Advanced Nurse PractitionerWe are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and committed Advance Nurse Practitioner to join our Practice.
We are an established dispensing and training practice, with easy access to Cheshire, Conwy and Wrexham. We have 9,200 patients, 5 GP Partners and a strong, skilled team who are committed to providing high quality care and service.
This post will enable you to become an integral and valued part of a friendly, supportive and efficient team. You will work independently, and with other healthcare professionals, to assess, diagnose and treat patients with a range of acute, non-acute and chronic medical conditions. You will have your own consultation room, work from appointment lists and have easy access to advice and support from GPs and the clinical team.
You will also have the opportunity to become involved in Research, contribute to the Leadership and Management of the nursing team and the development of Protocols and Services.Special interests are fully supported and encouraged.
- Full or part-time hours will be considered
- No weekends or evenings working
- Stable and supportive environment
- Excellent administrative support
- Competitive salary
- NHS Pension scheme
- Indemnity Cover
- 6 weeks annual leave, plus Bank Holidays
- Access to Confidential Employee Assistance Scheme
- Continued Personal and Professional Development
Experience of Primary Care or OOH setting is desirable, but not essential, as full training will be provided.
For further information, please contact
Lesley Alexandrou, Practice Manager on 01745816883
or email: email@example.com
Job Type:PermanentWorking pattern:Full TimePay Scheme:OtherStaff Group:Nursing & Midwifery Registered
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