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Your doctor will be happy to give you advice on the telephone when he/she is not consulting. The receptionist will ask you to leave a message and the doctor will return your call when time permits.

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Job Vacancies


Do you have what it takes to work in a busy GP practice? Are you an organised and reliable individual with a passion for providing great service? If so, read on. 

As a Receptionist / Administrator, you will be responsible for providing a high level of administrative and reception support within the busy medical centre. 

Delivering a polite and professional service at all times, you’ll deal with a wide range of general enquiries, both face-to-face and via the telephone. You’ll liaise with patients, Doctors, Nurses and other colleagues on a frequent basis and handle all information in a sensitive and confidential manner. 

Ensuring that patients receive the correct help, you’ll question their requirements and book appointments, depending on their requests.  Additionally, you’ll oversee the waiting area, inform patients of any delays and take on a variety of other administration tasks to ensure the smooth running of the practice. 

To be considered for this role, you must have:  - Previous experience of dealing with the general public  - At a minimum, GCSEs  Organised and attentive, as a Receptionist / Administrator, you must have good customer service skills, a professional telephone manner and a caring nature. The ability to handle confidential information in a discreet manner is also key. 

Experience gained within the NHS or a similar customer care environment would be beneficial to your application, as would an awareness of IT systems. 

Please note, there are two shift patterns available for this role, ranging from 17 to 18.5 hours per week.   

Application Form & Job Description available to download here or at the desk, please apply only be application form , post or email to

Application Form 

Reception Job Description





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