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Vacancies


Practice Nurse


 We currently have a vacancy for an experienced and enthusiastic Practice Nurse to join our Nursing Team.  You should be competent in core duties such as general treatment room skills, including immunisations and cervical screening and ideally have experience of chronic disease management (COPD/asthma/diabetes) although the opportunity for further training could be arranged for the successful candidate. Our Clinical System is EMIS Web. If you are interested please email your CV for the attention of Sarah Norris, Practice Manager to kinccg.claremont@nhs.net


 


Receptionist


We are also looking for a part-time receptionist to join our busy team. The hours will be Monday 8am to 2pm, Thursday 8am to 2pm and Friday 8am to 2pm with additional sickness and holiday cover when required. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, be hardworking, reliable and able to work on their own initiative, as well as a team player. If you are interested please email your CV for the attention of Sarah Norris, Practice Manager to kinccg.claremont@nhs.net

The London Veteran's Service is now called the Transition, Intervention and Liaison (TIL) which is a mental health service for veterans in London and the South East.

They are a free NHS mental health service for all ex-serving members of the British Armed Forces living in or registered with a GP in this area.  They offer support to all former members of the British Armed Forces from all ranks who have received one day's pay or more in the Army, Royal Navy, Royal Marines or Royal Air Force.  They also offer support to any veteran who has served with the Army Reserves, Royal Navy Reserves, Royal Marine Reserves of Royal Air Force Reserves.

Veterans can refer themselves directly, see link below, or discuss with their GP.

http://londonveterans.nhs.uk/

 
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