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A day in the life of Craig Short, Patient Services Administrator

In the first of our new ‘A day in the life of’ series, where we sit down and learn more about the brilliant people behind the scenes at Claremont, we sit down with Craig Short, our Patient Services Administrator. We learn about Craig’s role, hear about his favourite bits of the job and learn about the attributes needed to succeed in the position. Continue reading to find out more…
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