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New Job Vacancy 

Patient Services Advisor

(37.5 hours per week - full or part time hours considered)

We are looking to recruit a Patient Services Advisor to join our friendly, forward thinking practice at our surgeries in Chulmleigh and Winkleigh, own transport essential.

We are looking for enthusiastic, conscientious team players who have a positive and friendly outlook.

Candidates must be able to deal with the public in a professional and approachable manner, have the ability to prioritise a busy workload and work efficiently in a busy environment. Knowledge of SystmOne would be an advantage.

Benefits include NHS pension scheme, and 27 days annual leave.

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Download the application pack and submit to: Lucy Harris, Practice Manager, Wallingbrook Health Group, Back Lane, Chulmleigh, Devon, EX18 7DL

Patient Services Advisor Job Description

Patient Services Advisor Person Specification

Patient Services Advisor Application Form

Closing Date: Monday 4th December 2017 12pm

Interviews: Friday 8th December 2017

National  Alcohol Awareness Week - November 13th - 19th 2017

"Do you know your limits? Contact Drink Wise Age Well on the number provided below to find out more or take our Drinks Checker Quiz at www.drinkwiseagewell.org.uk"

Are you concerned about your own or a loved one's drinking? Drink Wise Age Well can provide information, advice & support. 

Contact Drink Wise Age Well on 08003047034

PATIENT NOTICE- GP UPDATE 

It is with great sadness and regret that we advise that Dr Rhiannon Starks has decided to resign as a Partner of Wallingbrook.

Dr Clare Dawson joined the practice on 5 September and will take over the care of Dr Starks patients.

Patient Participation Group

Jack Earnshaw (Chair)J Earnshaw

I've been a patient at Wallingbrook since 2007, when we moved to Burrington from Berkshire, after taking early retirement.

I am married, with 3 adult sons and have been involved with charities and public services for many years, although professionally, as a mathematician, I worked in Aerospace and Financial Services.

My reasons for becoming a member of the PPG was my interest in how services are delivered and the use of IT systems.  I am currently Chair of the Patient Participation Group.

Please contact Wallingbrook for my contact details.

Rosemary Rives-RobertsR Rives-Roberts

I have been a patient at Wallingbrook since 1993 and am currently a member of the PPG having previously been Chair.

My background is that of teaching, working as an Outreach Worker for a charity, and finally as a Civil Servant before retirement. I have found aspects of all these employments useful in my work with the PPG.

I live in Chulmleigh and I am married with two grown-up children who live locally.

Please contact Wallingbrook for my contact details.

Anne BalcombA Balcomb

I moved to Winkleigh in 2000 and joined the Wallingbrook Patient Participation Group.

At present I am the Vice Chair. I am involved in several village organisations and activities, including Forget-Me Not Friends.

As your representative, I attend monthly meetings at the Chulmleigh Surgery, where I keep up-to-date on Wallingbrook news, raise issues of concern on behalf of Winkleigh patients and report back on relevant issues to the Parish Council.

Please contact Wallingbrook for my contact details.

 

Susan TaylorS Taylor

My name is Sue, and my husband Jon, can be found four days a week at Then & Now, the antique shop in Fore Street in Chulmleigh.

Qualifying as a Pharmacist in 1979 I worked full time in Community Pharmacy until having children, after which I worked part-time as a Pharmacy Locum for a wide variety of pharmacies. For the last ten years I have been primarily involved in industry managing all aspects of Human Resources including staff welfare and health. Moving to Winkleigh in 2015 I am now semi-retired.

I hope to be able to bring to Wallingbrook PPG those issues and ideas that I hear from residents and patients of the catchment area. I am very willing to visit anyone wanting to have an issue raised with the PPG and unable to get out easily, I am available (privately) any time the shop is open, or at home in Winkleigh.

I have particular interest in the needs of children with "Spectrum Disorders", having children with Asperger's and family children with dyslexia.

Please contact Wallingbrook for my contact details.

Maggie SamuelM Samuel

My family has lived in Chulmleigh since 1979.

  • Joined the Wallingbrook Health Group Patient Participation Group (WHC PPG) in 2006, though at that time it was a focus group of invited patients.
  • Chair of WHG PPG from 2012 - 2015 and led the reform of the group into a properly constituted PPG.
  • Participated in a wide variety of local activities from keep fit to walking.
  • Chair of Chulmleigh Tennis Club.
  • Believe in an active retirement that supports the local community and represents their views.

Please contact Wallingbrook for my contact details.

 Bill Grahambill 

I moved to Devon in 2014. My professional career was initially in the technical disciplines in theatre and latterly in technical management then consultancy for the conference and major events industry, both in the UK and overseas.      

I am a member of Lapford Parish Council and a volunteer driver for Lapford patients.  I am also an Advisor for Citizens Advice at their Crediton office and through them able to help with any wider health service related issues.         

 Please contact Wallingbrook for my contact details.                                                                    

 Sue Ware  Sue Ware

My name is Sue Ware and I have lived in Winkleigh since 1993.  I have been a Midwife in North Devon since 1987 and was based in Chulmleigh from 1989 until I retired in 2014.  I am particularly interested in a two way dialogue between the WHG and the public, and ensuring that views from both sides can be expressed as freely and frankly as possible, to avoid misunderstandings.  I would like to set up better communication links with the younger users of the service, especially young families.  I am happy to be contacted at any time for people to discuss any issues they may have.

Please contact Wallingbrook for my contact details.

 

 
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