Patient Navigator/ Receptionist 0 (zero) hours
Leeds

Job reference: 000048

Location: Leeds

Closing date: 27/09/2020

Salary: 8.72 per hour

Employment type: Permanent

Division: One Primary Care

Hours per week: Not specified

OneMedicalGroup is a national award-winning health and wellbeing company, working within the NHS.

Through five complementary divisions, OneMedicalGroup supports and delivers high quality NHS services across primary, urgent and community care settings.

We support the NHS and healthcare community with delivering innovative and sustainable care for all, working as a powerful and positive collaborator with the aim of improving people’s lives.

In addition we deliver care to over 600,000 people a year across 15 NHS primary, urgent and community care services across the UK.

We are an innovative health & wellbeing company, born and bred in Yorkshire.

Our mission is to be the nation’s leading integrated primary care and health & wellbeing provider. We do this through building healthy communities and spaces, collaboration and consultancy, technology innovation and high quality care.

The role
We are looking for a forward thinking Patient Navigator to facilitate and deliver a patient centric experience, supporting all other functions in delivering outstanding patient care, utilising a variety of platforms including front of house (reception), back office support functions and telephone services.
Utilising your patient navigation training (provided in house), you will form part of our front of house team to provide patient focused telephone and administration services that assist and direct patients in accessing the appropriate service or healthcare professionals.
You will have exceptional communication skills, experience of using IT systems and work well under pressure. Working as part of a team who really care about putting our patients first will be a huge motivator for you.


The job holder will have to:

  • greet patients and visitors, advising them of their appointments and checking them in
  • advise patients on self-check in facilities
  • receive and make calls as required with the ability to handle heavy phone/patient traffic; divert calls and take messages as appropriate
  • sort, review and distribute incoming internal mail; process outgoing mail following the procedure
  • pull, file and photocopy patient’s paper records
  • scan and attach patients’ data to patients’ electronic records
  • ensure the reception area is left tidy and ready for use by other colleagues, together with any hand-over information
  • receiving all incoming deliveries, opening and distributing accordingly
  • complete the Surgery Administration, including registrations and deductions

 
Therefore, the successful candidate must:

  • have good organisation and communication skills
  • have a good level of IT skills
  • be confident using the phone
  • desirably have prior experience as patient navigator
  • be friendly and welcoming; patient and understanding
  • be able to follow instructions and procedures
  • work accurately and methodically
  • be able to work with all types of people

 

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