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Commissioned by Sussex NHS Integrated Care Board, Here deliver additional primary care emergency services (APC) in collaboration with University Hospitals Sussex East (UHSxE) to people in Brighton and Hove. We have developed a flexible and dynamic service that supports people of all ages who need urgent care but are more suited to primary care than A&E, including patients who are unregistered or live out of the area.  We do this through a mixture of telephone and face to face appointments based at the Royal Sussex County Hospital.  

We aim to provide a positive journey by ensuring people seeking care see the right person, at the right time, in the right place. Our team of dedicated GPs and ANPs provide evening and weekend cover, 365 days a year, 7 days a week, including bank holidays, working hard to relieve the pressure on A&E. 

The majority of our patients are assessed and treated within APC, with no need for emergency care at the hospital or further appointments with their own registered GPs.

If you are a patient who needs assistance, please call NHS111 to be referred to our service. 

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Jobs in the Additional Primary Care (APC) team

Assistant Service Manager – Additional Primary Care


Calling all aspiring Service Managers who want to make a real difference in how urgent care is delivered in Brighton and Hove!

Additional Primary Care (APC) are looking to recruit an Assistant Service Manager to join their team.

Additional Primary Care service (APC) OVERVIEW

APC provide GPs and ANPs to deliver out of hours primary care as part of the Brighton Urgent Care Pathway. We work closely with the emergency department at the Royal Sussex County hospital, NHS111, and our commissioners, NHS Sussex.

Our service runs from 18:30-21:30 Monday-Friday, and 08:00-20:00 on weekends and Bank Holidays –  as such, we need a committed, collaborative and innovative Assistant Service Manager to join our small, but perfectly formed team.



This is an exciting opportunity for someone to develop their skills and experience in staff management, operational management, and working with external stakeholders as well as supporting the day-to-day running of APC. You will lead APC’s administrative team to deliver seamless service pathways, alongside our Leads, to embed exceptional patient and staff care. Critical to the success of your role is working collaboratively with Urgent Care Pathway stakeholders, including clinicians, colleagues and other providers within the setting.

The working pattern for this role is core business hours, Monday through Friday, with occasional weekend and evening hours required to support our onsite teams.  The role also includes occasional on-call functions, i.e., authorising the closure of our service, being the point of contact for urgent risks and raising immediate concerns with the Integrated Care Board.

Our Offer

  • Band 5 £26,460 – £29,000 per annum pro rota
  • Substantive
  • 37.5 hours
  • NHS Pension available for successful applicants who currently have a live NHS Pension, NEST Pension available to successful applicants if they do not have a live NHS Pension

To find out more information about this role, download the Job Description & Person Specification.

What next 

  • Apply for the role by following this link to NHS Jobs or Charity Job
  • Closing date 08/10/2023
  • Contact for any questions :
  • If you are successfully shortlisted for an interview you will be contacted via email or telephone, so please ensure all details are correct when submitting an application

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Get in touch

You can contact us on this email and phone number between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday with your questions or feedback.

0300 555 0175