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Physician assistant m/f

Do you have a passion for healthcare and a talent for providing excellent patient service? Do you create an achievable schedule where priorities are clear, and do you manage to keep a cool head when things get busy? Do you want to work with a diverse patient population and a team of motivated and passionate colleagues? Then we are looking for you!

What will you do?

As a doctor's assistant, you are responsible for a wide range of tasks of great value to patients and GPs. You ensure that every patient is helped and your organisational skills mean that your colleagues know where they stand. Your duties include:

  • Agenda management of GPs and practice support staff. You schedule appointments and visits;
  • Speaking to patients at the front desk and over the phone, informing and advising them;
  • Performing minor medical procedures such as taking blood pressure, blowing out ears, giving injections, taking smears, wound care and blood sampling;
  • Perform administrative duties such as entries and exits, mail processing and orders.

In short, no day is the same for you.

Where will you be working?

Huisartsenpraktijk Westeinder is a modern practice located in Aalsmeer. The team consists of 3 GPs, 3 practice support staff, 4 assistants and a practice manager, who collectively provide care to 5,800 patients. The patient population mainly includes families with children and Polish immigrants working at the flower auction. In addition, GP practice Westeinder also takes care of the disabled people living at Ons Tweede Thuis in Aalsmeer. Quite a diverse population!

There is a friendly and collegial atmosphere within the team. Coffee mornings and lunches are held together, and staff outings are regularly planned. Birthdays within the team are celebrated festively. Are you at a loss and in need of consultation? Besides your fellow assistants, the GPs are also there for you. It is a warm team in which you will quickly feel at home!

You have the

You have completed or are close to completing your training as a doctor's assistant (level 4). You will also bring:

  • You have a friendly and approachable attitude, which you radiate to both patients and colleagues.
  • You are enthusiastic about the profession and have an affinity with the practice's diverse population.
  • You adapt easily to different situations and stressful situations are not a challenge for you.
  • You get things done easily, in teams and independently. Together with your team members, you look for solutions to problems and challenges.

You deserve this

Huisartsenpraktijk Westeinder is looking for a doctor's assistant for 24 to 32 hours per week. Your working days and hours can be determined in consultation. Salary and terms of employment are in accordance with the GP Care collective labour agreement, depending on your work experience. You can count on:

  • A gross salary of €2,449.00 to €3,641.00 based on a 38-hour working week (scale 4 to 5).
  • A year-end bonus of 8.33% paid in December.
  • 190 holiday hours per year based on a 38-hour working week.

In addition, practice provides opportunities to develop further in knowledge and skills.

Has this position piqued your interest?

Please leave your motivation and CV. Tilly Groot (GP) will then contact you.

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New telephone system

From 20 June, we are using a new telephone system. With this system, you can choose not to wait for the assistant to speak to you, but to be called back by the assistant at a later time. Of course, you can always choose to stay in the queue.

With this, we hope to increase the practice's accessibility and manage waiting times better. It will take some getting used to for everyone. For you, because you will suddenly come into contact with the practice in a different way, and also for the assistants, who will have to familiarise themselves with this way of working. We hope for your patience and especially for an improved accessibility of our GP care for you.