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Employment Opportunities

Pimlico Health @ The Marven fully supports the principle of equal opportunities in employment and opposes all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination on the grounds of race, national or ethnic origin, religion or belief, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital status, age, trade union membership, domestic circumstances, social and employment status, HIV status, political affiliation or disability. All staff, whether part-time, full-time or temporary, will be treated fairly and with respect.

 

Current Vacancies

Brand Ambassador Role | £19,760 WTE

Hours 12-8pm Mon to Friday & Weekends | Closing date 1st December 2017

Please send CV & covering letter to Joanna.fox2@nhs.net for consideration.

 Brand Ambassador to be the face of the practice and promote the products and services.

Demonstrate and provide information and direction on services available to patients

Create a positive image of the practice

To welcome and appropriately advise prospective patients of the services within the practice

To register new patients in a timely manner, educating them on the practice booking options (types of appointments, repeats prescriptions, online access, other providers)

Distribute product posters, brochures, flyers etc. to patients in the appropriate opportunities

Identify and understand patient needs and requirements, through appropriate questioning, in order to signpost them to the appropriate person, in the appropriate place, and in an appropriate time frame

Strong listening, communication, presentation and social skills

Representing the brand positively in a multitude of settings – being seen both sides of the desk

Assisting in content creation (i.e. poster, leaflets, welcome packs, navigation packs, newsletters, service reviews, etc.)

Participating in any open day events or local health initiatives that the practice are invited too

Being seen as a local leader of knowledge with in the community

Providing feedback and insight on new products/services or pilots that that practice may endeavour to be involved in

use already established networks such as the patient participation group and relationships with other local services to market the brand

Manage private services effectively – following the current pricing guides

Willingness to contribute to improving systems and procedures

To play an integral role in educating patients about changes happening in primary care, and how this may affect their care, offering suitable alternatives where appropriate by way of care navigation

Doctors

Dr Sheila Neogi (Partner, Diabetic, Precribing Lead, CCG Boa (f)

MB BS, BSc, MRCGP (1994) GMC Number: 4108452

 

Dr Jeremy Tew (Partner, Child Protection, Chryotherapy, PPG (m)

MB BS 1992 GMC 3668056

Dr Nillaesh Sonill (Partner, Dermatology, DN team Lead) (m)

MB BS 2006 GMC number 6134983

Dr John Leahy (Vulnerable Adults Lead) (m)

MB BCH 1992 GMC 04557032

Dr Natasha Christofides (Deputy CP Lead and trainer) (f)

MBBS 2008 GMC 7021150

Dr Emma Coore (Mental Health Lead) (f)

MBBS 1994, Bsc Psychology, DRCOG, MRCGP (2002) GMC Number: 4108452

Dr Elisabeth Littlewood (GP trainer) (f)

MB BS 1994 GMC 4114792

Dr Edward English (GP Registrar) (m)
Dr Assad Pasha (Sunday GP) (m)
Dr Chang-Sun Park (Saturday GP) (f)
Dr Jonathan Munday (Weekend Cover GP) (m)

MA 2785671 (Oxon) FRCGP BC Hoir 1982 MB 1983

 
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