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Selby's Primary Care Network

Clinical Pharmacist:

Selby Town Primary Care Network have an exciting new opportunity for a motivated individual to join our team of practice based Clinical Pharmacists. Working across 2 practices; Beech Tree Surgery & Escrick Surgery this position will be ideal for an individual who has excellent communication skills & can work independently as well as within a small team.

The role of a Clinical Pharmacist is to increase capability and capacity for improving the care of patients within the two practices. The post holder will act within their professional capacity to support the effective delivery of the GP contract. This may involve working alone or with other pharmacists currently employed by Beech Tree Surgery/Escrick Surgery.

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Digital Care Coordinator:

This is an innovative and exciting role, which is new to NHS organisations, and involves using available data sources to understand the health and well-being profiles of our residents.

A message about recruitment from our clinical director:

"Some years ago, I read a book about the early US space program. It was called "The Right Stuff" and describes how dozens of the very best military pilots were screened for their ability to become astronauts. Although all of them were excellent pilots, only a small number of them made it onto the NASA space program. I mention this because the PCN is looking for astronauts - the very best people- to come with us on our journey of discovery. So, the question is: are you a pilot? Or an astronaut? If you've read this far you might just be an astronaut, or have the ability to train as one, and we would love to hear from you."

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HCA - Mental Health:

This role is primarily dedicated to delivering high quality physical health checks to our most vulnerable mental health patients. It will involve working closely with our LD and SMI Care Coordinator to ensure checks are delivered in a personalized way.

The role will primarily involve taking responsibility for the delivery of physical health checks to a defined group of patients who are registered with their GP as having a Severe Mental Illness (SMI) or a Learning Disability (LD). Additionally, you will be responsible; working in collaboration with the LD/SMI care coordinator; for producing Personalised care plans and working with system partners to achieve set targets.

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