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Practice Nurse Advert



Salary: c.£19,424 - £20,206 based upon 25 hpw (equivalent to £28,748 - £29,905 FTE)


Coldside Medical Practice is currently recruiting a part-time Practice Nurse to provide high quality nursing care and wider health and wellbeing services to meet the needs of the business and fundamentally, the practice’s patients and carers including screening, assessment, treatment, preventative care and education; maintenance of quality, IT, customer records, other data and general administrative systems; effective communications; promotion of customer engagement and service excellence; cohesive team working with GP Partners and in-house colleagues including the Senior Practice Nurse; and collaborative partnership working to help meet stated goals.


The existing role holder currently works all day on Mondays and half days on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Whilst the practice is focused on maintaining this level of Practice Nurse resource to help meet patient needs, there is flexibility in terms of the working pattern. The intention is to commence the new appointment as early as possible. The advertised post is permanent. The salary is expected to be c.£19,424 - £20,206 based upon 25 hpw (£28,748 - £29,905 for Full Time Equivalent [FTE]).


Coldside Medical Practice is a patient centred, friendly and forward thinking practice located in Dundee, Scotland. The city itself is thriving, aided by significant levels of economic investment in recent years and a longstanding reputation as a place of educational excellence and innovation. Our practice embraces an ethos of continuous professional development and lifelong learning. We are immensely proud to be a training practice for FY2 Doctors and 4th Year Medical students, working in partnership with Dundee University.


Coldside Medical Practice currently has a patient list of approximately 8,500. Our practice operates Vision, Docman and ICE clinical IT systems.


Our practice benefits from a highly trained, skilled and motivated multi-disciplinary workforce comprising 6 GPs and an in-house management, administrative and nursing team. We work collaboratively with a team of linked professionals including District Nurses, Midwives, Health Visitors and Pharmacists; many of whom are based within our premises.    


Applications are invited from suitably qualified and NMC registered Adult Nurses. Applications should take the form of a typed CV (not exceeding 2 pages) and cover letter (not exceeding 1000 words). The deadline for applications is Friday the 1st of February 2019 at 12.00 hours. To obtain a Role Profile comprising Job Description and Person Specification, further information or to organise an informal visit to the practice, please email:


Mandy McSkimming

Senior Practice Nurse


We have introduced a new improved service for ordering your repeat medications on line.   When you next order your medication you will be emailed an information sheet with a tear off slip which should be completed and either handed in to the practice or emailed to:  (Information sheets are also available at reception).

Upon receipt of the completed slip we will register you for the service and you will then receive an email with your unique ordering number and instructions on how to set up your account.

As from 01 04 18 repeat medications can only be ordered online using the new service.   Please ensure you complete and return the slip to the practice before your next order is due.


Should you require a further prescription for the contraceptive pill please arrange an appointment with Nurse Ramsay.

It has been brought to our attention that some patients, particularly elderly patients, are being telephoned by someone wishing to make an appointment to visit and discuss the patients' long term conditions and giving the impression they are part of, or working with, the NHS.    We would stress that any details relating to a patient's health or otherwise have not come from the practice and would advise patients to contact the Police if they feel threatened in any way by these calls or companies.


Start the Conversation’, a campaign funded by the Scottish Government, raises awareness of the importance of having a Power of Attorney granted to a trusted relative or friend. Check out - this website provides valuable help and information.

 Here is a link to the advert on YouTube -

or to request an information pack call 01382 425500 


Minor Illness Clinic

We offer appointments with our specialist Nurse who runs our Minor Illness Clinic.   This is in order to improve the level of access to clinicians and you will be asked to give details of your condition when you book an appointment.   This will enable us to direct you to the most appropriate member of our team.   Our Minor Illness Clinic is for dealing with certain conditions that have recently developed.   Appointments can be booked on the day or the day.  

Back pain                          Conjunctivitis                        Constipation           

Coughs & colds                 Diarrhoea & vomiting            Earache               

Emergency contraception        Heartburn                       Neck pain           

Urinary infections              Nose bleeds                          New rashes           

Skin infections (boils & fungal)                                      Sore throats

If you develop any of the above conditions please arrange an appointment for the Minor Illness Clinic.


Closure Dates 

See the Closure Dates page for the public holiday dates when the practice is not open.


Childhood Immunisations 

Childhood immunisations are the most effective way of protecting your child against diseases.   Please ensure your child is brought to the surgery for his/her immunisations when he/she is appointed.   If you cannot attend please contact your Health Visitor who will arrange another appointment. Tel No. 819410.

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