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- Leeds, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 08 Nov, 2018
- Start date:
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Health Care Assistant/RunnersBasis: Full, part time or bank
Location: LeedsSalary & Benefits: Competitive depending on skills & experience
Who are we?
Newmedica is one of the leading providers of NHS-funded ophthalmology services in England.
Our mission is to make eyecare better. Better for patients. Better for the NHS and those that fund healthcare. Better for our communities.
We provide services for NHS CCGs, NHS Trusts and Foundation Trusts, and other providers of NHS funded services. We deliver over 100,000 patient interactions annually, including eye surgery, in in more than 20 services across England and have a proven track record of working with the NHS.
It is a very exciting time within Newmedica at the moment as we put into place our plans for rapid growth and we are current looking for new people to join our team in clinical roles.
We offer flexible working opportunities and are interested in hearing from Health Care Assistant/Runners with experience in Ophthalmology who are looking for full, part time or bank roles to support the delivery of our services in Leeds.
The service will deliver a mixture of outpatients and surgery across a number of areas of Ophthalmology in a modern community based setting.
A willingness to travel to other Newmedica sites will be an advantage.
If this role interests you, please apply. In your application please outline the reasons why you’re suitable for the role, with reference to the person specification.
For more information, please call HR Team on 0207 871 6600
We look forward to hearing from you!
Job Type:BankWorking pattern:Full, part time or bankPay Scheme:OtherStaff Group:Medical & DentalSpecialty/Function:Ophthalmology
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