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Job Vacancy - Clinical Pharmacist

NORTH RIDING COMMUNITY HEALTH NETWORK PCN is excited to offer a new opportunity for an enthusiastic, forward-thinking clinical pharmacist to become involved in the development of the clinical pharmacist role within our practice network.

The post holder will be passionate about their role to be integrated into primary care will work across all four member practices Ampleforth and Hovingham, Ayton and Snainton, Derwent and Sherburn, and Rillington. GP mentorship will be provided by the GP’s within the practice and continued professional development is supported by all.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/916053757?fbclid=IwAR2XQPW7Vck3qXk_GQ1e7CK7woNZNLBFldJK5g0w7WjwGajmQqqmPSx92IQ

Closing Date 2nd June 2020

Help fight COVID-19 - Trial
The NHS is trying to recruit patients to a trial for those with symptoms of COVID-19. If you are eligible, please contact https://www.phctrials.ox.ac.uk/principle-trial or contact reception on 01723 863100 and ask to speak to our Practice Research Nurse, Amanda Winterflood.

Click here to view the poster.

Advice for Parents

Click here for advice.
Click here for the fact sheet for children.

Domestic Abuse

You are not alone.

For information on support click here or at gov.uk.domestic-abuse

For Basic Safety Planning click here or visit https://www.idas.org.uk/our-services/domestic-abuse/safety-plan/?fbclid=IwAR1X2PfqwTGxEpuxbbLfnOiCUBhW1TEfhsUEU-zDTKbQB4RBG0aGcNIW3FM

Suicide Prevention

#TalkSuicide is a suicide prevention campaign. If you’re feeling suicidal and need urgent help, or if you’re worried about someone you know, help is available from the services below:

Samaritans Call 116 123
C.A.L.M (for men, 5pm-12am) Call 0800 585 858
Papyrus Call 0800 068 4242

Visit https://talksuicide.co.uk/ to take the 20 minute training.

Advice from Macmillan

Click here to view the leaflet from Macmillan

Bereavement Information

For relatives of anyone that has died in hospital - Harrogate District Hospital Bereavement booklet

For relatives of those have died at home - Harrogate and District Community Bereavement booklet

To view the booklets click the link below

https://www.hdft.nhs.uk/coronavirus/additional-information-for-families-carers-of-loved-ones-who-have-died/

and then click on 'Information for families and carers of loved ones who have died either in our hospital or at home'

Press Release

Please click here to read a press release from North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group

Letter of Information from NHS

Please click here to view an open letter to patients from the NHS.

Struggling because of COVID-19?

Follow this link to the Goverment website https://www.gov.uk/find-coronavirus-support

Village Support

Click here to view a list of village support groups.

Doorstep Deliveries

On behalf of Morrison's please click the link below for more information about Doorstep Deliveries

https://my.morrisons.com/doorstep-deliveries/

Scarborough Council Support

Click here to read the volunteer service coordination arrangements within the Scarborough Borough Council Boundaries. Click here to view the leaflet.

Mental Health Support

For advice and tips for maintaining mental wellbeing for everybody click https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/

Help for children and young people to find mental health support in the county click https://www.thegoto.org.uk/

OR

BUZZ US is a confidential text messaging service for young people in North Yorkshire aged 11-18. The service allows young people the opportunity to message a wellbeing worker for support, signposting information or advice around mental health and wellbeing. Some of the main reasons young people text BUZZ US are around: anxiety, bullying, self-harm, eating problems, self-esteem and stress. Young people can text 07520 631168, a wellbeing worker is on duty Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 9am-4.30pm (excluding bank holidays). Outside of these hours, a bounce back text will be sent, signposting young people to emergency services and CAMHS crisis if they need immediate support in the meantime. We aim to reply to all messages within one working day; however this service is not for young people in crisis.

Click here and here to view the posters

Requests for Certification of Absence and High Risk Patients

Click here to download a letter.

Requests for an isolation note

Click here to request an isolation note

Winter Newsletter 2019

Click here to view our recent newsletter.

Doctors

Dr John Reay

MA MB BChir DRCOG MRCGP DipPCR

Qualified: Cambridge University 1986

Joined practice 1991

Consults at West Ayton and Seamer

Special interests: Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal medicine, GP registrar and student teaching.

Dr Therese Cappleman

MB BS

Qualified: St Georges Hospital Medical School 1989

Joined practice 1995

Consults at Ayton, Snainton and Thornton-le-Dale

Special interests: Acupuncture

Dr Lucy Hobkinson

MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, Cert of Primary Care Education

Qualified: Leicester University 1994

Joined practice 1999

Consults at West Ayton and Seamer

Dr Angelika Krill

State Exam Dr. med.

Qualified: Wuerzburg, Germany 1997

Joined the practice in 2008

Consults at West Ayton and Seamer          

Special Interests: Acupuncture, Sports Medicine, Alternative Therapies

Dr Piet Lombaert

MB ChB

Qualified: University of Stellenbosch 2002

Joined the practice in September 2013

Consults at West Ayton, Snainton and Thornton Dale

Dr Felicity Day

MB B.Chir

Qualified: University of Cambridge 2005

Joined the practice: August 2014

Consults at Snainton and Ayton.

Dr Steven Handley

MB BS (Salaried GP)

Qualified: University of London 1988

Joined the practice: June 2017

Consults at Ayton and Seamer.

Dr Ruth Dixon

BM, Dip Pall Med, BSc Bio (Salaried GP)

Qualified: Southampton University 2010

Joined the practice: July 2018

Consults at Ayton, Snainton and Thornton Dale

 
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