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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 24/02/2020.

Macmillan GP at Central London Healthcare CIC

Job Reference: J181-A-20-46933

Central Advertising - Social Enterprises
£200 per session

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Central London Healthcare is a federation of 34 General Practices in Westminster caring for more than 246,000 registered patients. We provide a range of community and primary care services to our local residents in addition to a wide range of staffing, management and back office services to Practices.


This new role within CLH provides a great opportunity to develop clinical leadership and raise the profile of Cancer amongst Primary Care Clinicians. The post-holder will work collaboratively with Macmillan and key stakeholders across primary and secondary care to champion service improvement and influence commissioning pathways for patients affected by cancer.


You will play a key role in supporting and facilitating education of primary health care teams as well as raising awareness of local navigating and sign-posting services for patients with cancer. A particular focus of the role is to drive improvements in Personalised Care. This will require an ability to engage with clinicians and support them to implement tools and resources to facilitate cancer care reviews in the primary care setting.


There will also be opportunity to work across organisational boundaries and in particular to develop ways to enhance communications between primary, secondary and tertiary care to promote a seamless service and improved patient experience.


The successful GP will have an understanding of Macmillan’s key objectives as well as national and local level priorities for cancer. No formal post registration qualification in cancer is required but experience of working in this field may be an advantage. You will have access to a range of supportive resources and a network of Macmillan GPs working across London to drive improvements in cancer and end-of-life care.


To apply for the post, please submit an up-to-date CV and a brief statement (no more than one page of A4) outlining the reasons you are applying for the post and listing any relevant experience for the role. 

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