GP Practice Receptionist
Dyneley House Surgery
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We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate with good communication skills who enjoys providing excellent service to a wide range of people, by phone and face to face. Our Reception Team arrange appointments, answer queries, input data and sign post people to the appropriate services in our busy GP Surgery.
We use TPP SystmOne and can provide training for this.
This is a part-time role and the candidate will need to work Monday 8am - 1pm, Tuesday 8am - 1pm, Thursday 1pm - 6pm and Friday 1pm - 6pm. There will also be the need to work 2 hours extra (6pm - 8pm) approximately once a month on a Thursday. We do have some flexibility so if you are interested in this role but would prefer to work more/slightly different hours each week please do contact us.
If you want to chat about the role infomally before applying, please call Alison Shenton on 01756 799811.
Main duties of the job
- Welcoming patients to the surgery
- Booking appointments
- Answering queries
- Signposting patients to services and other organisations
- Entering information onto patient records
- Printing letters and forms
- Taking messages
Dyneley House Surgery is CQC Outstanding rated GP surgery in the vibrant market town of Skipton on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales.
We are committed to providing an excellent service to our 14000 patients. The working environment is busy and varied and the team are friendly and supportive.
Actively participate in signposting patients to the most suitable services including self-care/ patient education events offered by the Practice using the care-navigation process
Greet patients and visitors to the Practice, providing the highest standards of customer service
Booking, amending and cancelling patient appointments
Ensure patient records are maintained on SystmOne
Answering telephone calls, ensuring calls are documented and directed accordingly
Ensure up-to-date maintenance of both computerised and paper records
Deal with queries and concerns raised by patients
Work collaboratively with other members of the Practice Team to positively support the patients’ experience when contacting or visiting the Practice
Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
Certificate of Sponsorship
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