About The Role
As a Travel Health Clinician, you will need to be either a qualified Nurse or Pharmacist, the role is working within a clinic environment based in London. You will be providing comprehensive travel health and occupational health clinic services; the main part of your role will be providing vaccinations within the clinic based on appointments that are booked by our central team. You will also be involved in project work, such as providing vaccinations for government bodies, the project work will be approximately 1 day a week. All travel expenses outside your base site will be paid.
Part of McKesson, a leading healthcare company, we strive to break boundaries, challenge the status quo and support the changing healthcare industry. We are committed to offering the best advice and healthcare to our patients, customers and colleagues. As one of our Travel Health Community Nurses, you will be able to use your passion, ambition and drive to build solutions and have experiences that positively transform the lives of our patients.
LloydsPharmacy is a community pharmacy network with over 1,500 stores nationwide. MASTA (Medical Advisory Service for Travellers Abroad) was established over 30 years ago and now operates as one of the largest network of private travel clinics in the UK.
Our ability to shape the future of healthcare depends on the passion and hard work of our people. As well as the benefits you would expect; 25 days annual leave plus bank holiday, pension scheme, company bonus scheme, we also offer:
- Market leading maternity, paternity and adoption leave
- Full support from our employee assistance programme including a health and well-being app
- Up to 50% staff discount at LloydsPharmacy in store and online!
To succeed in this role you will need to be either a qualified Nurse or Pharmacist with experience of providing vaccinations, experience within phlebotomy would also be desirable but not essential as we can provide training. The rest of your team will be remote so you will need to be a self starter with strong communication skills and proactive at communicating upwards.
At the heart of everything you do should be our patient care and satisfaction.
Part of McKesson, a leading healthcare company, we strive to break boundaries, challenge the status quo and support the changing healthcare industry. We are one of the most experienced providers of clinical homecare in the UK and have been supporting patients in this way since 1975. With services ranging from straightforward delivery of medication to specialist nursing for complex conditions, we support a huge variety of patient needs. We can also offer many different opportunities for career development and progression, not just within LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare but throughout the wider McKesson network, which includes 1,400 community pharmacies across the UK as well as other pharmacy services in hospitals, mental health facilities and prisons.
We are defined by our ICARE values, and ILEAD behaviours. These guide our decision making and help to make sure we stay focussed on what really matters. Together, ICARE and ILEAD build our shared value system and are the key pillars of McKesson’s culture.
We pride ourselves on being an equal opportunities employer, committed to diversity & inclusion, taking a person-centred approach to our interview process that is fair and free from both discrimination and bias. If you have any reasonable adjustment needs arising from a disability or medical condition to fully participate in the recruitment process, please discuss this with our recruitment teams.