City Walls Medical Centre require the following roles to join our friendly practice team:


Full-Time 37.5 Hours per Week - 8:00am - 6:30pm
(Part-Time hours may be considered)

Main Objectives/Key Functions

It is the duty of each Receptionist to assist in the smooth running of the Practice.  To project a positive and friendly image to our patients, colleagues and other professionals who may contact us either in person or via the telephone.  Carry out all reception duties in a courteous and efficient professional manner.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Switch off the alarm system, if necessary, on arrival at the surgery.
  • Switch on all computers, printers, and other office equipment.
  • Deal with and answer the telephone and personal enquiries promptly in a professional manner.
  • Book appointments, visits, and ambulance requests according to practice protocol.
  • Receive and take messages as appropriate, ensuring that details taken are recorded / disseminated accurately.
  • Deal with all requests for Home Visits by following correct practice protocol for recording the request onto the computer system.
  • Explain registration arrangements to new patients and those seeking temporary cover and ensure that all the relevant forms are completed.
  • Proactively manage the reception area to alert patients if clinics are running behind, etc.
  • Record, file and retrieve information, using the computer where necessary.
  • Input data, clinical information for results onto the computer system.
  • General reception duties, which include post, prescriptions, filing and dealing with visitors to the practice.
  • Check all visitors into the practice and ensure that their details are recorded in the visitors’ book.
  • Receive and record payments for private forms, medicals, etc. Issue receipts and ensure that the payment is passed to the Office Manager.
  • Carry out end of surgery daily routines and ensure the practice is secure and alarm system set if necessary.
  • Attend any Practice Meetings and in-house training sessions which will be arranged monthly. There is an expectation that all members of staff will attend these training sessions – overtime will be paid if arranged outside your core hours.
  • To be available to cover annual leave and sickness of team members on a fair share basis.
  • Be flexible to cover the redistribution of duties and responsibilities from time to time.
  • To participate in annual personal work review.
  • Perform any other reasonable duties which may be necessary for the efficient running of the practice and according to the duties expected of a medical receptionist.
  • Be prepared to accept and implement changes and improvements in line with practice growth.
  • Observe confidentiality in all aspects of the job.
  • Comply with reasonable requests to carry out extra duties in unforeseen circumstances.
  • At all times to be aware of Health and Safety protocols.
  • Monitor and maintain a healthy safe and secure working environment for yourself and others in the practice.
  • The duties of the post-holder remain under constant review. Any changes will be fully discussed with the post-holder prior to their implementation.

This job description is not exhaustive and may be adjusted periodically after review and consultation. You may also be expected to carry out any reasonable duties which may be requested from time to time.  

For further information please contact Cathy Simpson, Office Manager at

To apply, please send your CV for the attention of the Cathy Simpson to


Salaried GP vacancy 4 - 8 sessions weekly

We offer a very competitive package and a friendly working environment with a well-established team of Doctors, highly skilled Nurses and large Administration Team. 

  • Competitive sessional rate at £9,180 per session
  • Indemnity costs, outside of the state indemnity fully paid
  • Fully compliant with the BMA contract
  • In house weekly PDP sessions, in accordance with the BMA guidelines
  • 1 week study leave in addition to PDP time
  • 6 weeks annual leave, outside of study leave and PDP time
  • Bank holiday formula applied
  • GMS practice with 16,000 patients
  • City Centre Partner owned, purpose-built premises with rural village branch practice
  • An established GP team which includes 9 GP Partners, 1 Nurse Partner and 2 Salaried GPs
  • Well established, highly skilled Nursing Team which includes 5 Nurse Practitioners, Practice Nurses and HCA’s covering teaching, minor illness, chronic disease management, general nursing and phlebotomy
  • Extended Team includes Clinical Pharmacist, Physiotherapist, Social Prescribing Link Worker (SPLW) and Wellbeing Co-Ordinator (WBC)
  • Large supportive management and administrative team
  • Wide range of clinical specialties within the practice, to include teaching, minor surgery, contraception and sexual health clinic, post-natal and chronic disease management
  • Development and peer support opportunities
  • Emis Web, Docman and paperless
  • High achieving practice in QOF and enhanced services
  • Rated good for CQC
  • Established teaching practice, with the ability to pursue further
  • Well established Primary Care Network with in-house Clinical Director
  • Ideal for newly qualified or long-standing GP

For further information or to arrange an informal visit please contact Adie Salter, Practice Manager at

To apply for this job via NHS Jobs, please see the following link:


Full-Time 37.5 Hours per Week

Job Summary

We are looking for a qualified Advanced Nurse Practitioner to join our existing team. The ideal candidate will be able to act as an autonomous practitioner providing clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment for patients. In addition to this, the following will also be required:

Non-medical prescribing Minimum 5 years post registration experience

Excellent written and oral communication skills

Experience of working within a multidisciplinary environment

You will join a friendly, cohesive and forward thinking Primary Health Care Team in a fully EMIS computerised Practice.

We are a progressive practice and pride ourselves on good working relationships within an enthusiastic team.

Main Duties of the Job

Deliver a high standard of patient care in general practice, using advanced autonomous clinical skills, and a broad and in-depth theoretical knowledge base.

Manage a clinical caseload, dealing with presenting patients needs in a primary care setting

Develop the nursing services offered by the practice

Job Responsibilities

To deliver a high standard of patient care in general practice, using advanced autonomous clinical skills, and a broad and in-depth theoretical knowledge base.

To manage a clinical caseload, dealing with presenting patients needs in a primary care setting

To develop the nursing services offered by the practice

Manage Chronic Disease Clinics

To collaborate across all multi-agencies for the benefit of patients

To act as mentor for student nurses and medical students providing clinical leadership

Selecting, carrying out and interpreting the results of specific tests.

To prescribe safe, effective and appropriate medication as defined by legislative framework and within agreed prescribing areas as discussed with lead GP.

Contribute to the practice achieving its quality targets to sustain the high standards of patient care and service delivery

Help, develop and set up new patients services and participate in initiatives to improve existing patient services.

To be computer literate

Maintain accurate patient records and statistics

Promote evidence-based practice through the use of the latest research-based guidelines

To provide a high standard of Professional conduct and Nursing care at all times

To work in accordance with the NMC Code of Professional Conduct

To attend relevant meetings, courses, seminars and keep professionally up-to- date

Person Specification

Minimum of 5 years post registration

  • A highly competent, qualified registered nurse
  • Experience in management of long term conditions
  • Evidence of working autonomously and as part of a team
  • Computer knowledge essential
  • Good team member with pleasant, friendly manner
  • Good communicator
  • Have high standards of work and pride in the job
  • Have the ability to multi-task and multi-skill
  • Ability to prioritise as appropriate
  • Have a flexible approach to the job, both in the role and working hours
  • Ability to adapt and cope with change and pressure
  • Ability to innovate and think strategically
  • To be willing to advance through further training
  • Ability to keep up to date

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.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

For further information or to arrange an informal visit please contact Kathy Capper-Moore, Nurse Partner at

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