Administrator (Former Employee) – Burgess Hill – 29 November 2017
A typical day at work would be dealing with messages left on the phone, ringing patients to book appointments. Inputting information onto the system. Answering the phone. Typing reports. filing, scanning and faxing. You learn to be organised with out organisation one would not be able to get the tasks done for the day. Have built a lot of confidence in talking to patients as well as professional staff.
Community Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Peacehaven, East Sussex – 16 May 2017
The most enjoyable part of the job is going out into the Community and meeting lots of different people on a daily basis. The hardest part is that the salary is very poor and there are no allowances for using your own car.
Ward Clerk (Current Employee) – Crawley – 13 November 2016
Busy from the moment you arrive to the time your day ends. Challenging but rewarding at the same time. working alongside people who really care about the wellbeing of patients. Learning something new everyday as the role evolves constantly. The hardest part is learning to accept that you can never finish everything in a day and accepting that funding is always an issue.
Dental nurse (Current Employee) – Brighton and Hove – 4 September 2016
I really enjoy my job with Sussex community. I love meeting the variety of patients. I never get the feeling of "ugh I don't want to go to work today" The management are supportive and always encourage you to forefil your potential something that is sometimes lacking in general practice. You also get an NHS petition which you don't get in general practice.