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The Riverside Practice - Surgery Vacancies

Apprentice Required

For more information and how to apply, please click on the following link

https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-475547

 

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GDPR

We want to assure you we take our data protection responsibilities seriously and a copy of our Privacy Notice for Job Applicants can be found at: Not sure where you store these now? (its on the intranet, PM Protocols)

Summary of Privacy Notice:

How long we keep your data

We will hold your data for 6 months from the end of recruitment process, unless you are successful in which case your data will form part of your personal file.

What we intend to do with your data

Data will be shared with employees based at The Riverside Practice who have a responsibility for recruitment or are involved with the recruitment process.

All Employees and Partners of The Riverside Practice are trained in Data Protection

You have the right to be remove permission to hold your data.

Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive / Depo-Provera

Would you like the convenience of self-injecting with Sayana Press at home? avoiding the need to make an appointment at the practice for your scheduled Depo-Provera.

Sayana Press: One injection, every 13 weeks 

Sayana Press is a Long-Acting Reversible contraceptive (LARC) injection that gives you 13 weeks of effective contraception. There is no need for daily dosing!

The Riverside Practice now offers this service to our eligible female patients.

Why not discuss with Janet Jackson at your next scheduled Depo-provera appointment.

Addenbrookes Hospital - Patient On-line portal "MyChart"

MyChart is the electronic patient portal at Addenbrooke’s and The Rosie hospitals which allows patients to securely access parts of their health record held within the hospitals’ Epic electronic patient record system.

Why use MyChart?

  • Your hospital information will be available to you electronically in MyChart:
  • upcoming appointments / past appointment details
  • current problems / conditions
  • clinical correspondence
  • vital signs (weight, height,blood pressure, temperature, pulse, respiration)
  • test results
  • medications
  • known allergies
  • demographic information (name, date of birth, address, GP details).

MyChart is designed to improve communication between you and your clinical teams, and enable you to be more involved and informed about your care by having access to your information.

Interested?

Please speak with a clinic receptionist or your clinical team for details on how to sign-up to MyChart.

Once you have signed-up you will be able to access your hospital information via MyChart from your smartphone or tablet device (Apple or Android) or from a computer or laptop.

MyChart is compatible with screen readers.

MyChart patient portal

Accessing MyChart through the website

You can log in to your MyChart using this website address: https://mychart.addenbrookes.nhs.uk

Clinic letters will be available to view using this website.

Accessing MyChart using the app

You can download the MyChart app on smartphone or tablet devices (Apple or Android) then choose ‘Cambridge University Hospitals’ when prompted to select a hospital within the app.

If you have any questions about using MyChart you can:

 

PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE HAD A NEW TELEPHONE SYSTEM INSTALLED

PLEASE LISTEN TO OPTIONS PROVIDED CAREFULLY AND SELECT THE MOST APPROPRIATE OPTION FOR YOUR CALL TO BE DEALT WITH.