Caretaker/Janitor/Compliance Person – Apply today

We are a very busy Private Practice in Clifton Village, which has 13 Consulting rooms and a day Surgical Suite. Due to expansion, we are looking for a Part -Time Caretaker/Janitor/Compliance person to join our friendly team.

You will be working as part of a team of 3 working on a shared shift rota working a minimum of 11.75 hours per week, which includes: opening the centre on an early shift (5.45am-8.45am) and closing the centre on a late shift (6pm-8.30pm) Monday to Friday and working One Saturday in 3, opening at 7am, working 7 Hours. You will also be expected to cover extra hours for events, sickness and holiday.

In addition duties include basic handy man duties and janitor tasks i.e. changing light bulbs, sweeping paths, weeding, emptying bins, refilling bathroom, consulting rooms and refreshment supplies. Daily, weekly and monthly maintenance checks to include fire alarm and water testing and setting up and clearing away of chairs etc for events.

The successful person must be presentable (a uniform will be provided) trustworthy and reliable.

Because of the nature of the business, a full DBS check will be carried out.

We will provide you with the necessary training in order to carry out your duties.

Please send your CV by email to Trisha Tanner, Business Manager or phone: 0117 9731323

A full job specification will be sent upon request with an application form.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £9.58 to £12.00 /hour

Second Series GP Lectures 2018

Litfield House Medical Centre in Clifton, Bristol, is pleased to announce the launch of the 2nd Series GP Lecture Programme for 2018.

We welcome General Practitioners from the Bristol, North Somerset & Surrounding areas to attend the meetings as part of their CPD as well as for general information.

For further information and to view the programme, please visit out Education and Events page.


Meet the Surgeons and Doctors

Litfield House and our specialist team of Doctors & Consultants will be visiting Clifton Down Shopping Centre, Bristol, from Friday 20th October to Sunday 22nd October to showcase our service offering. We will be located just outside of Sainsbury’s main entrance in the centre area of the complex.

Part of a Health Care exhibition, we will be on hand to provide information about what we offer at our Private Health Care Centre in the heart of Clifton Village, with some of our specialist consultants visiting for parts of the weekend.

On Friday, advisors from cosmetic company Lina Cosmetic (Harley Health Village) will be visiting our stand to answer your questions about cosmetic surgery taking place in Bristol. Linia Cosmetic carry out a variety of procedures at Litfield House, including but definitely not limited to :
Breast Enlargement (Augmentation)
Breast Reduction (Mammoplasty)
Breast Uplift (Mastopexy)
Nipple Procedures
Male Breast Reduction (Gynaecomastia)
Facial Rejuvenation
Face Lift
Eyelid Procedures (Blepharoplasty)
Nose Procedures (Rhinoplasty)
Ear Procedures (Otoplasty)
Neck/Temple Lift
Body Lifts
Body Reshaping
Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)
Labia Reduction
Vaginal Procedures

On Saturday, Professor Mark Whitely will be at our stand to provide Free mini consultation and scans in relation to Thread Veins.  The Whiteley Clinic is a private medical facility specialising in the treatment and research of varicose veins and other venous conditions, like thread veins, leg ulcers and phlebitis.
Professor Whiteley will be able to provide you with information about the services offered as well as giving example prices for common procedures.

Finally, on Sunday, Dr Jorge Zafra will be with us to discuss Aesthetic procedures, weight loss solutions as well as a variety of the latest procedures which are non invasive to assist with anti-ageing.
Dr Zafra’s medical practice is specialised in aesthetic & anti-ageing medicine in Bristol & London, including weight loss, vaser and women’s rejuvenation

Please pop along and meet our friendly team to find out further information about any of the above as well as the other services that we offer. We look forward to meeting you there…

Varicose Veins open day – Bristol

One in three people have varicose veins although only half of this number will see them, as they are not always visible on the surface of the legs. If you are concerned that you have, or may have, varicose veins, then why not come along to our Open Event at a Whiteley Clinic Bristol

These events are designed for those who would like to find out more about their personal condition and the extent of any venous problems they may have.

At our event, you will have an opportunity to meet one of our Consultant Vascular Surgeons who will provide a complimentary 10 minute consultation, including expert assessment and advice. In some cases (thread veins only) our Vascular Scientists will perform a duplex ultrasound scan, helping to identify underlying causes of any venous condition you may have.

You will also have the opportunity to discover why we believe that The Whiteley Clinic is the best place to come to, for the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins.

For further information & to book your place, please follow this link to the contact form. 

Sponsored bike ride – Bristol to Guildford!

On the 26th September Rachel and Amanda are pedaling from The Whiteley Clinic Bristol to our headquarters in Guildford (approx. 120 miles if they don’t get lost!) in a 24-hour period, to raise money for The Leg Ulcer Charity.

Around 500,000 people in the UK suffer with recurrent venous leg ulcers. These can be uncomfortable and painful and are often extremely debilitating. Whilst patients often live with the condition for long periods, many ulcers can be effectively cured with appropriate investigations and treatment.

The Leg Ulcer Charity funds research into the causes of and treatments for leg ulcers. They also help patients understand their condition and to seek appropriate treatment and promotes education for medical professionals caring for patients with leg ulcers.

They would love to raise £500 for the charity to support their work.

To donate or find out more – visit their just giving page.