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Patient Group Report

Our 2014/15 report is now available - please follow the link under the Upload Survey report

Job Vacancies

Available Roles

  • Dispenser
  • Dispensing Apprentice

We currently looking to recruit into our Dispensing team.  The available roles are a Dispenser and a Dispensing Apprentice. 

Applicants for both roles must have a cheerful manner and be able to multi-task in a busy environment.  You will have good IT and organisational skills, have a can do attitude, you must be flexible, caring and a team player.

Please request an application form stating which role you wish to apply for by email to Julie Withey Business Manager at juliewithey@nhs.net

Welcome to our new staff

Sara Phelps has joined us as Team Leader in reception, you may see Sara in our waiting room and she looks forward to speaking with you. Her role is to improve the service levels we offer

Amy Milnes is our new receptionist who will also be spending some time in our dispensary to hand out medication as part of her role. This is to improve the service we offer from our dispensing team

Our new Healthcare Assistant Evie joined us in April and works closely with our Nurse team. She also stock Doctors rooms and provide chaperoning if required.

Sadly we have said goodbye to Nurse Angela who has been a big part of our clinical team and has taken early retirement. We wish her well as she moves onto a new chapter in her life.

 Appointments

A small number of online appointments are available to book. We are planning to make improvements to our online offering in the next few months.

We continue to have a very high number of patients who fail to attend appointments they have made each day so please do remember to cancel so they can be offered to other patients who may really need them . You can cancel your appointments online. 
 

 Online Access to records

We now offer patients access to their records. We will have further information about this on our website shortly. Please note you will need to provide photographic ID to get the required log on. Please ask reception for more information.

Training at the Surgery

HymsThe Hull York Medical School is a partnership between the Universities of Hull and York. HYMS took its first batch of students in 2003 with its first graduates in 2008. HYMS is not the first medical school at either city. Both cities had schools in the nineteenth century, but neither of them survived the changes wrought by the Medical Acts and the foundation of the General Medical Council in 1858.

The HYMS course is unusual in that 50% of clinical attachments are in community with General Practice playing a signifant role. The surgery is involved with teaching both Year 4 & 5 students. Dr Heaton & Dr. Fitzsimons are the lead tutors for HYMS at the practice. The assistance many of our patients provide in allowing students to both take histories and perform examinations on them is appreciated.

 

The surgery has regular placements of junior doctors who are undergoing part of their training at the surgery. These are fully qualified doctors who whilst working with us form an integral part of the practice. These doctors perform many of the same duties as the regular doctors who work at the surgery. At times their consultations are videotaped for training purposes following your prior consent. Your co-operation in seeing them is appreciated.

Registrars/Specialist Trainees

These are doctors who will work at the practice for between 6 and 12 months. They are intending to follow a career in General Practice. Dr French & Dr Blackbourn are their Trainers. Currently we take up to 3 of these doctors.

Foundation Year 2 Doctors

These are doctors who are in their second year post graduation. The FY2 year is a compulsory training period all doctors must follow after graduation. Many of these doctors spend 4 months in General Practice during this year. These doctors however may not necessarily be intending to follow a career in General Practice. Dr Wheatley is their lead trainer at the practice.



 
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