|Type||Practice Manager (Development)|
|Salary||£26,000- £30,000 (Depending on skills and experience)|
|Date Posted||7th January 2021|
|Closing Date||06th February 2021|
|Company Name||Hatton Medical Practice|
Hatton Medical Practice
HMP was started in 1991 by Dr Muzafer, the current senior partner and the Lead GP, under the National Health Service [NHS} England. It had a patient population of 400 patients which has now grown to just over 500 patients. It is located in a residential area of middle class people in West London suburbs. Being close to Heathrow airport [Terminal 4] and Hatton Cross station it is well served for people commuting to London. We have a mixed population with 60% white indigenous and 40% of various other ethnic background people. Apart from the young mobile population we have a large section of elderly and airport cargo and crew staff from the airport.
Currently, HMP looks after its patients for screening, daily care, out of hours care, maternity care, child immunization, travel vaccinations and manages all chronic illnesses like diabetes, asthma, mental health and cancer. Our extended care involves; care of the elderly, vulnerable patients, disabled patients, homeless people and people with developmental delay and learning disability people.
We are governed by the Hounslow Care Commissioning group [CCG], North West London [NWL consortium and the overall body of NHS England
We pride ourselves in having a full complement of services and a well-qualified and experienced staff. Our senior partner, Dr M H Muzafer is extensively qualified and experienced in both hospital services and primary care with qualifications in management and leadership. He has worked at a consultant level in the armed forces and carries great admiration and respect from patients and in the locality.
Due to advancement in science and medicine and also due to the expanding housing development happening in the area, we feel that the services need to not only expand but reorganize with special emphasis to screening, chronic disease care and to cater to the needs to the growing elderly population.
For this we are in need of a person at practice management level who would assist in development of services with vision and forecast for future years to come
We are looking for a full time Practice Manager (Development) who will be responsible for all aspects of developing chronic diseases and screening in the Practice.
The successful candidate will be motivated, committed, and forward-thinking with enthusiasm in developing a GP Practice.
In addition, demonstrable skills in leadership, HR, IT, and excellent communication are essential.
To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter to email@example.com
Closing date: 6th February 2021
Responsible to Lead GP
Organising One stop clinics for screening procedures
Auditing the progress and achievements
IT and data collection – supervising all data has been uploaded
Regular computer searches of all clinical domains to monitor work
Liaising with CCG and NHS England to keep abreast of all developments
Liaising with Local Primary Care Networks and HUBs to develop and maintain optimum patient care levels
To regularly see and receive patient feedback for improving and developing patient services
To help the Lead GP towards achieving CQC’s level of good medical practice
Develop clinics to achieve maximum Quality Outcome Framework [QOF]
Organise special clinics during seasonal periods [flu season] and any national outbreak situations
1.Experience of front office job, public liaison & customer services – essential
2. Basic Computer – Professional software applications will be taught – essential
3. Possess Compassionate and friendly attitude
4. English proficiency – IELTS or Duolingo 5.5 and above – essential
5. Additional spoken languages is an advantage
6. Leadership and management – essential
7. GDPR & Data protection – essential
8. Skill for practice manager – arranging meetings and minute taking – essential
9. Project management in health care -essential
10. Health and Safety – essential
11. Equality and Diversity in health & social care – essential
12. Infection & Prevention Control – essential
13. Safe guarding – Adult and child – essential