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Cowes Medical Centre

Our mission is to provide sustainable, good quality, safe, people-centred primary care services to patients, and temporary residents, in our locality.  To do so we tailor patient services to population types, focus resources where they are most needed, co-ordinate with related services and listen to our Patients and Staff.  We offer employees a challenging, but rewarding role, market rate competitive base salary, excellent contributory pension terms, generous holiday allowance and a friendly, supportive working environment.


           Clinical Coder

      20-35 hours per week, permanent role

Are you a clinical coder and summariser with NHS/health services experience?

Do you enjoy analysing documents and have excellent attention to detail?

Do you thrive in a busy role, as part of a friendly and supportive team?

  Clinical Coder - Job Description

Closing date for applications:  Mon, 22 April 2019


GP RECEPTIONIST (Patient Adviser)

27.5 hours per week, Mon-Fri, permanent role

Are you experienced in customer service, enjoy being ‘front of house’, and are

looking for a new permanent opportunity?

Do you have excellent communication, IT and administrative skills?

Do you thrive in a busy role as part of a friendly and supportive team?

GP Receptionist (Patient Adviser) Job Description

Closing date for applications:  Mon, 29 April 2019

Application Process (for both the Clinical Coder & the GP Receptionist):

Submit an application letter to: or post to Cowes Medical Centre, 200 Newport Road, Cowes, PO31 7ER.

In your covering letter please summarise:

  • Why you think you could be a great fit to the role
  • Your proudest achievement and why
  • When you could be available to start
  • Your current salary/most recent salary

Thank you, we look forward to reading your application.



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