Clinical Pharmacist (General Practice)

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Other clinical roles
Hiring organisation
OxFed Health & Care Ltd
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“Are you ready for a new challenge in 2019? OxFed Health and Care Ltd have a new opportunity for a pharmacist to join our clinical pharmacist team, and the NHS England Pharmacist in General Practice training programme.

In this role you will act as part of a multi-professional NHS team in general practice settings in Oxford City, providing clinical pharmacy services that will protect, maintain and restore the health of patients. In this innovative position they will be supported by a senior clinical pharmacist who will develop, manage and mentor them. .

The nature of the role will evolve with the practice and pharmacist, it will include face to face reviews, chronic disease management, discharge medication reviews, a supporting role in improving the practices repeat prescribing systems and answering the many and varied medication queries that crop up in General Practice.

We are looking for a proactive, patient focused individual who is keen to learn or already has experience in the general practice setting.

OxFed, the Oxford Federation for General Practice and Primary Care. Founded in 2014 we are a new type of NHS healthcare organisation. Wholly owned by our members (the NHS General Practices in Oxford City) we are a not for profit Federation dedicated to strengthening general practice and primary care for the benefit of our patients and our practices.

OxFed provides NHS services in Oxfordshire, works with key commissioners and partners to influence healthcare in the city and has a number of initiatives to support the sustainability of its member practices”.

Previous applicants need not to apply.

We reserve the right to close the position once suitable applications have been received.

No agencies please.

Contact information

Nunu Samata


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