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Orchard Surgery is looking for staff.

Know someone looking for a local job. Help your local surgery gain the staff needed to deliver the local service.  As a Practice we can nurture, train and develop individuals to their full potential but need your help to find the enthusiastic individuals to fill the positions shown below. 
 
 

PRACTICE NURSE

Orchard Surgery Melbourn has a fantastic Practice Nurse position in a GP surgery that is proud of its traditional heritage and values.

You have the chance to join this lovely team who are passionate about helping develop their staff wherever possible.

This is a traditional Practice Nurse role where you will have the chance to see smears, wounds, baby and child immunisations, long-term conditions, and more!

If this sounds like the role for you drop in for a chat, bring your CV, bring your questions, bring your vision. Ask for Kate or Reg.

 RECEPTIONIST

Unique opportunity to join the team as the public face of Orchard Surgery Melbourn. Converting Face to face contacts, telephone contacts, electronic contacts into doctor friendly interactons is the name of the game. 

If this sounds like a challenge of interest drop in for a chat, bring your CV, bring your questions,  Ask for Sarah Russell or Reg.

 

 

 

08/08/2022 PRACTICE NEWS

NEW EMERGENCY CLINIC AND CHANGE TO APPOINTMENTS SYSTEM

 From Wednesday 10th August we will be implementing a new emergency clinic each day. This is to ensure that patients requiring urgent care are seen appropriately.

Patients requiring an urgent appointment on the day will have this request assessed by the duty doctor, please give as much information as possible to the reception team to pass to the duty doctor.

The duty doctor will then either offer a telephone or face to face consultation on the same day or advise of another more appropriate appointment in the near future.

We are also be increasing the availability of routine appointments for patients to book ahead.

The changes we have made are due to an increased demand for appointments, so please do bear with us as we aim to ensure safe and appropriate care for our patients.

GP TRAINING PRACTICE

Orchard Surgery is delighted to announce that we have now been fully accredited as a training practice, training GP Registrars.

A GP Registrar is a fully qualified doctor who has already graduated from medical school and completed their first few years as a junior doctor in hospital medicine. Doctors can then chose to specialise as a General Practitioner (GP), and have to undertake a further three years of training in order to qualify as a GP.

 A doctor who is part of this training scheme is known as a GP Registrar. During this three-year training period, GP Registrars undertake training in both hospitals and several GP practices.

 Whilst based at Orchard Surgery, GP Registrars see patients on their own, but have the supervision and support of the GPs in the practice to discuss cases and patient that they have seen.

We would like to welcome our current GP registrar Dr Nur Zainudin

 

 

Welcome to Orchard Surgery

The practice is located in the beautiful village of Melbourn, just a few miles from Royston and the historic city of Cambridge.

The practice has 4 GP consulting rooms, 2 nurse treatment rooms plus 2 general treatment rooms.  Our rooms are spacious and well lit. 

Our consulting rooms are colour coded and well signposted.

 

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Extra Routine Appointments

In response to patient demand the CCG (NHS) has commissioned the provision of extra routine appointments after 18:30 weekday evenings and during the day on Saturday and Sunday.

Bookable through reception these Routine appointments are available at Comberton  Surgery, Nuffield Road  Surgery or Royston Health Centre and will be with trained clinical staff who have access to your full medical records.

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