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Henley SonNet is an affiliation of local GPs (known as a Primary Care Network or PCN) who are working together to provide better patient care to our local area.
The GPs in our PCN are
The Hart Surgery
The Bell Surgery
Sonning Common Health Centre
Dr Michelle Brennan is the Clinical Director of Henley SonNet.
The first of of our initiatives together is to employ a clinical pharmacist who will work across all 4 surgeries to optimise our prescribing services. The job of the clinical pharmacist is to determine the best medications for a given symptom for a particular patient at a given time. As an expert on medicine who has trained for several years, he will carry out medication reviews, make sure we are following the very latest guidelines and switch or change drugs when appropriate. He may also be able to suggest alternatives for patients who suffer from side effects from certain drugs and will listen to any concerns you may have about your medication regime and give up-to-date, evidence based advice. If you are called in for a medication review, we would strongly recommend that you take up the opportunity. You can also ask to have an appointment with our pharmacist
For an easy to read summary of what a clinical pharmacist does, please see here.
Our clinical pharmacist is called Murray Dick and he works at all four surgeries. His usual working days are
Monday – The Hart Surgery
Tuesday – Sonning Common Health Centre
Wednesday – The Bell Surgery
Thurday – Nettlebed Surgery
We are currently looking to increase the PCN workforce to employ the following:
There is some degree of flexibilty in these and the role may be job shared so please contact us to discuss.
All roles will be working closely with, and supported by, our clinical and admin teams to deliver high quality care for patients in a variety of settings. We offer flexible working hours, rates of pay will be competitive. Henley Sonnet has a commitment to support our staff team and will allocate a GP mentor to each of the PCN roles.
For more information about the individual roles please see https://www.england.nhs.uk/gp/our-practice-teams/
Apply by submitting your CV and covering email to email@example.com copied in to firstname.lastname@example.org by 18 September 2020