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At Odiham and Old Basing, we aim to provide the highest quality healthcare to our patients. Our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional quality service. 

Serving over 11,000 patients there are 8 GPs, 5 nurses, 2 healthcare assistants, 1 Phlebotomist and 1 clinical pharmacist who are supported by the practice manager and a team of receptionists. 

Both buildings are fully compliant with regard to Disability Access. There are dedicated parking spaces, wheelchairs, lifts, 'disabled' toilets.

There is limited parking for patients at Odiham Health Centre.  Please use the "Pay and Display" public car park. The Practice cannot be held responsible for any parking fines that may be incurred. 

At both health centres, disabled bays are available near to the entrance. Please park only in the spaces provided and ensure you are not blocking or using the staff only bays.

Friends & Family Test

The Friends & Family test is a continuous feedback loop between us and our patients and it helps to improve our services for everyone, it is anonymous and further details can be found on www.nhs.uk/friendsandfamily

Please note this page is not monitored by clinical staff; please contact the surgery with any medical issues

Vacancy

Receptionist / Administrator

Odiham & Old Basing Health Centre

Between 15-18 hours per week across 3 days

IT office skills are essential along with good communication skills and telephone manner.

Must be flexible and able to provide cover.

Please send your C.V. and a covering letter to Nicola Savage at The Odiham Health Centre, Deer Park View, Odiham, Hook, Hampshire, RG29 1JY

Or email to NHCCG.OdihamHealthCentre-manager@nhs.net

 


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