Current vacancies



Alexandra Surgery has an exciting opportunity for a Medical Receptionist to join our friendly GP Practice in North London.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated person to join our team. No experience is required, but good communication skills, ability to use computers, and attention to detail are essential. We look after vulnerable people and expect you to be always compassionate and professional. Ours is a growing team of multi-professionals, so willingness to cooperate with different people is key to success!

Duties include answering phones, booking appointments, liaising with patients, answering queries, dealing with pharmacies, community services and hospitals, general administration tasks, and maintaining an efficient filing system.

We will provide training on the job, including medical terminology and how the health system works, and you may have opportunity to take part in health checks for patients.

Hours required are Monday to Friday – between 8 am to 1pm. Salary will depend on experience.

To find out more about us, check out our website

You can apply for this job by sending your CV and written application to Ms Abhirami Sivananthan (Abhi), our Practice manager. We will also need to see copies of your identity document and proof of addresss (utility bill), as well as conduct a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

Ms Abhirami Sivananthan, (please ask for Abi)
Practice Manager, Alexandra Surgery,
125 Alexandra Park Road, London N22 7UN
Tel: 020 8888 2518



Past vacancies

We are no longer recruiting for these positions:

Doctor (first advertised on 15.07.2021) Please refer to our advertisement in BMJ on 14 July 2021. - THIS POSITION HAS NOW BEEN FILLED.


Receptionist - (advertised on 19.05.2022) - THIS POSITION HAD BEEN FILLED

Receptionist(first advertised on 12.08.2021) THAT POSITION HAD BEEN FILLED.


We thank the many candidates who have expressed their interest.

We have closed this recruitment now.


If you are interested in working with us in future, do watch this space !


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