Midlands Medical Partnership (MMP) is a Birmingham super-partnership currently caring for over 71,000 Birmingham Cross-City CCG patients across North and South Birmingham operating out of 12 sites. The partnership was established by merger in April 2009 and continues to grow as a single integrated primary care provider, alongside collaborative working with other similar organisations in our region as part of its strategic forward view.
The vision of MMP leads by example the conception of Multispecialty Community Providers (MCPs) as outlined in the New Care Models on the recent NHS Five Year Forward View document.
In March 2017 MMP was the first large scale primary care provider in England to be awarded an 'outstanding’ rating from CQC.
MMP’s core purpose is "to work within a culture of quality to constantly improve the care and service we give our patients."
This dynamic partnership with a team of over 200 clinicians and staff is managed by a single executive board, with centralised organisational functions, strong leadership and clinical governance structures. The ambition and vision of the partnership is to provide large scale, integrated, multi-specialty care for its patients.
Compliance Officer - 37.5 hours per week - Permanent post.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full time Compliance Officer to join our Central Management Team based at Eaton Wood Medical Centre, 1128 Tyburn Road, Erdington, Birmingham, B24 0SY.
The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient running of services, health and safety and operations functions of the organisation. The role will ensure each surgery implements and is compliant in all CQC Policies, protocols and procedures and Team leaders and staff are all aware of these requirements. In addition the role will manage the complaints and SEA process for the organisation. The successful candidate will be required to regularly visit all MMP sites across Birmingham, therefore regular travel is expected within the role.
Effective numeracy and literacy is essential, along with effective communications skills, with a good attention to detail, having the ability to work to tight deadlines under pressure.