Practice Care Coordinator

Posted 16 September by NHS Business Services Authority

Are you a Registered Nurse who is looking for a new and exciting challenge that will pioneer and champion local high quality integrated care and support. If so, why not join our team of Practice Care Coordinators (PCC’s) in South Lincolnshire, who were recently finalists in the national Nursing Times Awards in the HRH The Prince of Wales Integrated Approaches to Care Category.

The role is offered with a salary based on full-time working of £35,577 per annum depending on experience/skills, and we are looking for individuals to cover 2 practices:

- 4 days / 30 hours per week at Beechfield Medical Centre

- 5 days / 37.5 hours per week at The Deepings Practice, Market Deeping

The future of the NHS and General Practice is bright, and at Allied Health South Lincolnshire (AHSL) we are embracing change and the opportunities this brings to work in new ways for the benefit of our local communities. AHSL is a network of General Practice’s in South Lincolnshire working hard on behalf of our communities, serving all local residents, putting what matters to them at the forefront of everything we do.

In this role, you will be joining a highly respected, empowered and established team of Practice Care Coordinators (PCC’s) and other health professionals working collaboratively in General Practice across South Lincolnshire with these roles being integral to the development of an integrated workforce.

This high profile role will be based within General Practice and works as part of a team of PCC’s working across South Lincolnshire that will be at the forefront of an exciting project to transform our capacity and capability to deliver more proactive, high quality and safe care for our residents closer to home.

The role of the Practice Care Co-ordinator is to lead the support to both the practice staff and members of the wider Integrated Neighbourhood workforce to reduce the risk of unplanned hospital admissions and to effectively support those individuals in the community.

You will focus on proactively supporting people and being the preferred point of contact for the individual and Integrated Team in order to achieve the following objectives:

  • To be a pro-active member of the Neighbourhood Team
  • To pro-actively engage with people deemed to be at a high risk of hospital admission
  • To pro-actively engage with the in-reach team to reduce length of stay in hospital
  • To pro-actively engage with people living in care homes
  • To pro-actively engage with housebound people and their carers
  • To be the key contact for people at the GP Practice

You must have First Level Registration NMC, post graduate study in health related studies relevant to long term conditions or equivalent experience, evidence of continuing professional development, post registration teaching qualification or willingness to undertake one.

You will also have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, be highly motivated and positive in your approach to care delivery to ensure we maintain a high quality service delivery to our population.

You must be able to travel across the area to locations not served by public transport.

AHSL is a GP Federation and network of practices within South Lincolnshire CCG, covering approximately 120,000 residents. Our practices include Abbeyview Surgery, Beechfield Medical Centre, Bourne Galletly Practice, Gosberton Medical Centre, Holbeach Medical Centre, Littlebury Medical Centre, Long Sutton Medical Centre, Moulton Medical Centre, Munro Medical Centre, Sutterton Surgery, and The Deepings Practice.

Previously unsuccessful applicants need not apply.

If you are interested in developing your career then contact: Louise Johnson, Neighbourhood Team Lead on / Kieran Harris, Operations Director – Allied Health South Lincolnshire on (01778) 300918 or email:

Reference: 40880995

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