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Closure for staff training

We will be closed on Thursday 7th March between 1pm and 5pm for mandatory staff training. We will reopen at 5pm. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Management Assistant position

We are seeking a skilled and professional member of staff to join the team here at Regent Street Surgery.

The role consists of working across the administrative and management team to provide organisational and strategic support on a daily basis. The successful candidate will be able to manage competing demands with ease, be an excellent team-player and be friendly and approachable. Key duties will include support with HR, finance, IT and audit and reporting. Although training will be provided, it is essential that the successful candidate has experience in some of these fields. It would be preferred if the candidate has previous experience in an NHS environment.

The post is for 29 hours per week to be worked across 4 days. The successful candidate will need be here for 8am on most days.

We are a friendly, collaborative 3 Partner practice in rural Gloucestershire. The practice is long established with an excellent reputation and high patient satisfaction rates. Our multi-disciplinary clinical team includes 3 Partners, 1 salaried GP, 2 Practices Nurses, 1 HCA and a cluster Clinical Pharmacist. Other details include:

  • 4200 Patient list size
  • Dispensing Practice
  • Collaborative working with other local practices
  • NHS Pension Scheme

Applications must be made on the NHS Jobs website – vacancy reference number J180-A-19-289169 -

Closing date Friday 10th May.


Services near you

It is not always obvious who or where to go to when you are ill or injured. Many people go to A+E when there are other services that could better help them.

NHS Gloucestershire has developed a website and app that will show you all the options available according to the problem you have. It can also show you the services nearest to you.


Allocating Usual GPs

We assign all our patients a usual or accountable GP who is generally responsible for that patient's care. We do endeavour to keep patients under the same GP where possible to maximise continuity of care. However, this does not affect your right to see any GP of your choice. If you do not already know who your accountable GP is and you would like to please phone reception who will be happy to inform you.

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