Healthcare Assistant - Harrow


We currently have a wonderful opportunity for a caring and passionate Healthcare Assistant to work alongside some of our top nurses at our innovative mobile clinic in Harrow.

About The Opportunity

Lloyds Pharmacy Clinical Homecare are one of the most experienced providers of clinical homecare in the UK, and we’ve been supporting patients in this way since 1975.

We provide care to more than 80,000 patients in their own home, place of work, or in the community – and this is where you come in. As a Healthcare Assistant in Harrow’s mobile clinic, you will be assisting our nurses and delivering care to patients including, but not limited to, venipuncture, vital signs monitoring, weighing patients, ordering stock, liaising with customers and coordinating the day to day running of "out of hospital" clinical services.

The role will be Monday – Friday with 2-3 days in the clinic and the remainder out on the field.

You’ll be surrounded by people who are just as passionate about exceptional care-giving as you are. Plus, with ongoing clinical development, coaching and support, you’ll have everything you need to make a real difference in people’s lives. We also offer wide-ranging benefits such as:

•              Basic salary of up to £23,920 with free fully expensed Company Car or car allowance of £4,500 (Per annum) & Fuel card

•              Free uniform

•              33 days annual leave (includes statutory holidays)

•              Excellent training, coaching and support provided

•              Permanent Contract

•              Private healthcare insurance, personal pension plan & Childcare vouchers

•              Referral Scheme (T&C apply)

•              Monthly supervisions and meetings with dedicated help and support 24/7

About You

Customers and communities are at the heart of everything we do. So, first and foremost, you’ll be the kind of person who loves to provide exceptional customer care. You must have 6 months hands on care experience within the last 12 months. You will need to be highly numerate, with excellent English and IT skills. You will be organised and great at managing your own workload and time. Ideally you will have oncology and cannulation experience, but full training is provided so this is not essential.


A full UK driving license is essential, and you must also be comfortable with driving whether it be on the motorway or on country roads, as this could potentially be a large part of your day when you are out on the field.

Home Counties, North London and East Anglia

This vacancy is closed to applications.