One Health Lewisham Opportunities

About One Health Lewisham

One Health Lewisham is the federation of all the General Practices within the London Borough of Lewisham, working collaboratively to ensure high quality, equitable, and sustainable primary care across Lewisham.

Established in 2017, One Health Lewisham is wholly owned by the GP surgeries of Lewisham, together representing over 300,000 patients. We work on behalf of practices, patients, and staff to deliver healthcare services in the community.

One Health Lewisham has grown out of four neighbourhood GP federations in the North, Centre, South-East, and South-West of the borough. Our work remains rooted in these local communities as we develop pan-Lewisham working to reduce variation and improve quality for patients, achieve economies of scale, and support practices.

Vision and values

One Health Lewisham, as part of the local accountable care system, is a trusted innovative partner within a confederal approach that demonstrably improves the lives and health of our patients whilst also reducing the whole system costs of healthcare provision.

We expect all our staff to share the values that are important to the company:

  • Equity of quality and equity of access across the whole spectrum of Lewisham
  • Protecting and sustaining general practice whilst also supporting transformation.
  • Being an organisation that is sustainable, self-sufficient, imaginative, innovative, courageous, entrepreneurial and unafraid to say “no”.

Current OHL Vacancies


Paramedic Practitioner

Salary: £38-45k p/a

Hours: Full-time

Location:The Marvels Clinic, Lewisham, SE12 9PN, with travel around the  borough

The Paramedic Practitioner will work autonomously within the community, using their enhanced clinical assessment and treatment skills, to provide first point of contact for patients presenting with undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems relating to minor illness or injury, abdominal pains, chest pains and headaches.  The Paramedic Practitioner will have a key role in supporting delivery of the new Network Contract DES Service specifications.

Job responsibilities include:

  • Triage and treat patients wishing to see a health care professional, making any necessary referrals to other members of the primary health care team
  • Advise patients on general health care and minor ailments, with referral to other members of the primary and secondary health care team as necessary
  • Works mobile conducting home visits for house bound patients, with OHL offices as a base
  • To undertake assessment for patients, using diagnostic skills and initiation of investigations where appropriate.
  • To maintain accurate, contemporaneous healthcare records appropriate to the consultation.
  • To participate in the audit process, evaluation and implementing plans and practice change in order to meet patient need.
  • Contribute positively to the effectiveness and efficiency of the team and work colleagues.

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Closing date for applications: Thursday 29th July

To apply send your CV and a Cover Letter to


Community Link Worker (North Lewisham PCN)

Salary: £24,000 pro rata

Part Time, 3-4 days per week (to be negotiated)

Based at Waldron Health Centre, Amersham Vale SE14 6LD

The community link worker will form a bridge between primary care and the community and support our ambitious program to tackle health inequalities. They will engage with voluntary and community organisations (VCSEs) working locally with North Lewisham residents to bring them into primary care and take primary care to them where appropriate.

We aim to strengthen existing links between the social prescribing team and the PCN/One Health Lewisham to build new links that are specifically relevant for tackling health inequalities on a hyper local level.

Roles and Responsibilities include:

  • Identify – and, if necessary, train – key volunteers/staff members within VCSEs to provide a point of contact for the PCN for the organisation;
  • Maintain and manage the up-to-date stakeholder list for the PCN ensuring confidentiality of volunteer contact details;
  • Develop and maintain close links with the GP practices of the NLPCN to help liaise between them and VCSEs, recruit them to outreach/in-reach activities when appropriate;
  • Provide a point of reference for VCSEs who wish to advocate for patients who need help accessing their GP, and liaise with GP practices to resolve any issues in delivering primary care (e.g. failed registration attempts);
  • Support the Health Inequalities standing group (currently the North Lewisham Community Forum) ensuring regular meetings take place and key VCSEs are represented and drive forward change, set priorities;
  • Promote the work of reducing health inequalities and be proactive in innovating solutions;
  • Keep accurate and up-to-date records on relevant health and social care systems;

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Closing date for applications:  Friday 16th July

(Interviews; Thursday 22nd July)

To apply send your CV and a Cover Letter to


Other External Opportunities

No ‘Other External Opportunities’ available at present