Job Vacancies

Medical Receptionist – Full Time 37hrs

Date posted
03 May 2024

Closing Date
05 June 2024

Pay scheme
Other

Salary
£11.44 an hour age appropriate minimum wage

Contract
Permanent

Working pattern
Full-time

Job location
Northgate Medical Centre

Job summary

The ideal candidate will be expected to develop their role and become a fully integrated member of the practice team; they must be a highly motivated person with a positive attitude and excellent communications skills.

Medical Receptionists are responsible for dealing with all matters concerning the care of patients either face to face or by telephone. A professional approach is essential for the day to day running of the practice. The Reception and Administration team creates a positive, friendly and caring patient experience, responsible for both the traditional reception role of welcoming and signposting patients to appropriate healthcare professionals and administering the busy back-office work of prescriptions, coding correspondence, and providing task-based support to the clinicians and management.

This is a fast-paced role in a busy and demanding environment. We need our team to be flexible, resilient, well organised, and able to problem-solve and multi-task whilst maintaining a friendly and approachable manner. A vital part of the role is to provide excellent patient care and communication. It is essential to remain calm and empathic with a professional manner. You must also be assertive in demanding situations which arise. Previous experience in the NHS is an advantage but not essential for this post as full training will be given.

Medical Receptionist – Part Time 20hrs

Date posted
03 May 2024

Closing Date
05 June 2024

Pay scheme
Other

Salary
£11.44 an hour age appropriate minimum wage

Contract
Permanent

Working pattern
Part-time

Job location
Northgate Medical Centre

Job summary

The ideal candidate will be expected to develop their role and become a fully integrated member of the practice team; they must be a highly motivated person with a positive attitude and excellent communications skills.

Medical Receptionists are responsible for dealing with all matters concerning the care of patients either face to face or by telephone. A professional approach is essential for the day to day running of the practice. The Reception and Administration team creates a positive, friendly and caring patient experience, responsible for both the traditional reception role of welcoming and signposting patients to appropriate healthcare professionals and administering the busy back-office work of prescriptions, coding correspondence, and providing task-based support to the clinicians and management.

This is a fast-paced role in a busy and demanding environment. We need our team to be flexible, resilient, well organised, and able to problem-solve and multi-task whilst maintaining a friendly and approachable manner. A vital part of the role is to provide excellent patient care and communication. It is essential to remain calm and empathic with a professional manner. You must also be assertive in demanding situations which arise. Previous experience in the NHS is an advantage but not essential for this post as full training will be given.