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Park Practice is now a "Parkrun Practice". Full details of where and when the runs take place can be found on:  https://www.parkrun.org.uk/eastbourne/

Our Spring 2019 newsletter is now available - please go to 'Latest News'. Alternatively, you can Click Here to subscribe to our newsletter.

Fax Service

Due to GDPR guidelines, from close of business on Thursday 31st January, we will no longer be operating a fax service.  

Vacancies

PHLEBOTOMIST

Park Practice are looking for a qualified Phlebotomist to join our progressive and innovative General Practice team in Eastbourne, to assist the GPs and practice nurse team in the service and delivery of the care management of our practice population.

This post is offered on temporary contract until the end of April 2020, to cover maternity leave.  Maximum hours for the post: 22.5 per week.

We currently have a nursing team of 3 Healthcare Assistants, 3 Practice Nurses, 3 Nurse Practitioners and a 2 Paramedic Practitioners providing the nursing expertise we need in General Practice. If you have the necessary experience, drive and enthusiasm to become part of our fantastic team we would like to hear from you.

Salary dependent on experience.

 Please apply with CV to: admin.parkpractice@nhs.net

 Phlebotomist job description

Phlebotomist person specification

 

Please note for all vacancies: 

We do not employ staff who are registered as patients. If employment is offered it is on the condition that the member of staff registers with another GP practice.

Moving to Eastbourne?

GP Partner/salaried, Practice Nurse, HCA, Phlebotomist, Secretary, Clinical Summariser, Administrator or other General Practice staff: we may not always have an immediate vacancy but please email us first if you are moving to the area on admin.parkpractice@nhs.net FAO: Kelly Flynn. 

 



 
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