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Required for Whitecliff Group Practice

Preferably with NVQ level 3 and phlebotomy skills.

25 to 30 hours a week

To work in-house and in the community for over 75 health checks and advanced care planning.

Please apply in writing with C.V’s to Nicola Bennett Nurse Practitioner

Whitecliff Surgery, Whitecliff Mill Street, Blandford DT11 7BH.


Closing date: 30th April 2018.

or please complete Application form- Job Application Form

Nurse Practitioner Vacancy.

 We are a dynamic 16300+ PMS Teaching Practice with a friendly, supportive environment. We are looking to recruit a Nurse Practitioner to join our clinical team. Key responsibilities will be assessing, investigating and treating a wide variety of patients who present in General Practice. You will also, under GP supervision, be involved in looking after residents of care homes and will also carry out home visits. The post holder will also be expected to contribute to clinical admin activities such as audits and teaching activities in the practice. You will be a valued member of the clinical team, encouraged to attend clinical meetings, educational events and be integral in decision making that influences the patient journey and services provided. Salary by negotiation. To apply, please send your C.V and a covering letter to the Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Mrs Nicola Bennett, Whitecliff Group Practice, Whitecliff Mill Street, Blandford Forum, Dorset. DT11 7BH. Or e-mail

Closing date: 4th May 2018.

Receptionist required for busy GP practice

Good communication, IT skills, & Flexibility Essential.

Up to 25 hours a week to work between our

 Whitecliff Surgery and our Branch site in Child Okeford.

Previous applicants need not apply

Please request an application form from:

Sara Stringer

Reception Team Leader,

Whitecliff Surgery,

Whitecliff Mill Street,

Blandford, Dorset

DT11 7BH.

Closing date: Monday 30th April 2018







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