Vacancies

  • Practice Manager

    We are seeking a passionate and experienced Practice Manager to join our GP Practice in Bromley.

    Bromleag Care Practice has been awarded an APMS contract to deliver Primary Care to all residents of Nursing, Residential and Extra Care Sheltered accommodation in Bromley.

    We are seeking a dynamic and forward-thinking Practice Manager who is appropriately qualified and has good leadership skills. They should also have strong HR and organisational abilities, a heart for people and be highly professional. We are looking for a proven track record of motivation and effective management.

    We have a patient list size of 1,800 and use EMIS software.

    We are offering a highly competitive salary, six weeks annual leave pro rata and support from the Executive Management Team.

    This is a part-time position, working 4 days per week.

  • ICS Training Hub Lead Nurse (STP Level Training Hub)

    Closing date: 18th April 2021

    Job overview:

    There is universal acceptance that the nursing workforce is at huge risk, especially within primary care at the present time and that this risk is only accelerating due to the impact of both time passing and more recently the Covid-19 pandemic and the pressures put on the healthcare system.

    This is a strategic role combining leadership, planning and delivery skills to champion and develop General Practice nursing across South East London (SEL) as part of the STP Level Training Hub.

    There is an opportunity for a senior nurse (or two senior nurses in a job share) to come on board with the STP Level Training Hub to lead the strategic planning and support the development of career pathways for nurses in SEL, with a particular focus on retention of our current workforce, for the nursing workforce across South East London, supporting the locality training hub lead nurses and liaising with the SEL CCG Chief Nurse to align workstreams.

  • GPN Lead for Placements (STP Level Training Hub)

    Closing date: 18th April 2021

    Job overview:

    There is universal acceptance that the nursing workforce is at huge risk, especially within primary care at the present time and that this risk is only accelerating due to the impact of both time passing and more recently the Covid-19 pandemic and the pressures put on the healthcare system.

    This is a strategic and operational role combining leadership, planning and delivery skills to expand nursing placement capacity across the six boroughs, working with HEIs and the University of Greenwich in particular, to redesign and reinvigorate the ‘Community Pathway’.

    There is an opportunity for a senior nurse to come on board with the STP Level Training Hub to lead the redesign of the Community Pathway and to work with locality training hubs to expand the placements offered across primary care. This will also involve networking with providers across the six boroughs to build collaborative links and join up the educational pathway for nursing placements.

  • PCN Clinical Pharmacist

    Closing date: 18th April 2021

    Job overview:

    • Do you want to make a difference to patient care and deliver an excellent service for patients in the primary care environment?
    • Do you have experience of undertaking medication reviews and reviewing medicines management processes?
    • Are you keen to seize the initiative in a varied job harnessing your clinical, interpersonal, organisational and influencing skills?

    The Primary Care Networks in Bromley are looking for self-motivated, forward thinking, qualified clinical pharmacists to join us at this exciting time in the delivery of patient services in Primary Care.

    These roles offer direct, face to face patient care and a large degree of autonomy within the Bromley Primary Care Networks (PCN). Working between the network Practices you will be assessing patients current medications and providing rationale for changes to prescribing to GPs, patients and carers and liaising with colleagues in the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) on the development of area wide prescribing changes.