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Physiotherapist - Band 5/6

Up to 21 hours per week (Tuesday, Thursday and Friday)

Required to cover maternity leave for up to one year, we are looking for an experienced, motivated and dynamic MSK physiotherapist to join our busy forward-thinking clinic. Working alongside our small, friendly team of physiotherapists, you will support the AQP MSK and general physiotherapy services provided at Truro Health Park.

Excellent MSK skills are essential alongside your full HPC/CSP registration and post registration experience. You should hold a degree in physiotherapy and also be competent in Pilates and/or acupuncture. You will be self-motivated, dynamic and have the desire to excel in your role.

Our purpose built facility comprises of a large treatment room and a fully fitted rehabilitation gym.

Job description - Physiotherapist

Phlebotomist / Health Care Assistant - Band 3

2 days per week; 7.30 am - 4.30 pm (Monday and Friday*).

In addition, to venepuncture, you will also carry out a range of clinical duties including urinanalysis, BP monitoring, measuring and monitoring ECGs, and conducting diabetic foot checks. You will also assist in our community based 'see and treat' Dermatology service at the practice's premises (which may also include travel to Helston Health Centre) therefore minor operations experience would be an advantage.

If you thrive in a busy but friendly team environment and have the ability to work quickly and accurately whilst remaining calm under pressure, then we would like to hear from you.

*Friday afternoon is a dermatology session and on a fixed term basis

Job description - Phlebotomist

Please download, complete and return the application form below to Sarah Boon, HR Manager, Three Spires Medical Practice, Truro Health Park, Infirmary Hill, Truro  TR1 2JA (email: sarah.boon2@nhs.net)
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