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GPJOBS


Vacancies for GPs GPOOH’s, UCCs and In hours


Hours Variable Contract Type Salaried,sessional or PSC Location National triage , North-East, Yorkshire, Staffordshire, East-Midlands, West-Midlands, London, South-West


Vocare Ltd are recruiting for experienced and dedicated GP’s to join them in delivering quality care across the UK. We are looking to expand our current teams to ensure we continue to deliver excellence in terms of the patient journey, by taking part in: • Telephone advising.


• Home visits. • Face to face assessments at an UCC. • Centre Visit. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a different and challenging


healthcare environment, which is operating in the heart of your local community.


Ideal candidates will have a range of experience gained working in an urgent care settings (primary care, minor injuries, accident and emergency or walk in centre), have qualifications and registration to support their clinical practice and will share our passion for patient care, delivered in local settings. In return, we can offer a competitive salary, medical indemnity cover, an excellent working environment, flexible working hours and being part of a supportive and innovative team.


For further information about this role or to apply please contact the tecruitment team. Telephone 0300 013 4885 Email GPrecruitment@vocare.nhs.uk


All successful applicants will be subject to a Disclosure & Barring Service check. Vocare Group recognise the diversity of the communities in which we operate and demonstrate this through the service we provide when dealing with patients, their family and carers.


Near Bath, Somerset Part time salaried GP


6-8 sessions per week – commencing July/August 2016.


Friendly, well established and growing semi-rural training practice based south of Bath, seeks an enthusiastic and committed GP to replace a retiring partner, who will share our ethos for a high standard of patient care.


• GMS Practice list size 9,400. • Five partners and three salaried GPs.


• Purpose built main surgery in Beckington, branch surgeries in Freshford and in the new Frome Health Centre. • Dispensing at two premises. • EMIS web across all sites. • Training and teaching practice. • Potential input at local community hospital. • Shared cover of extended hours.


Please apply with cv and covering letter by 15 March 2016 to:


Robert Slade, Practice Manager, St Luke’s Surgery, Beckington, Frome, Somerset BA11 6SE.


Telehphone: 01373 867989. www.beckingtonfamilypractice. co.uk


102 February 2016 Pulse


Cimarron


Established and unique GP locum agency, offering a professional, efficient service for all.


GPs required for short and long term placements in prisons in Middlesex and Cambridgeshire (including maternity cover) and surgeries in Essex and Suffolk. Competitive rates. Our doctors tell us we are the best.


Contact us today to find out why. Telephone 01206 805 422 Email enquiries@cimarron-uk.com Online cimarron-uk.com


Pembrokeshire


We are looking for a GP partner to cover retirement, with no further retirements for the next 10 years.


The Robert Street Practice, Milford Haven. • We are a six partner practice • High QOF achievers • Up to eight sessions per week • 8800 patients • FY2 and final year students • Six months mutual assessment period • No buy in and lease owned, new purpose built premises • Salaried considered but willing to wait for right person.


Milford Haven is a port town on the lovely Pembrokeshire Coast with easy access to the National Park towns and seaside villages such as Narberth and Tenby. A family friendly area with good local schools.


Telephone: 01646 691967. Email: Fiona.walters@wales.nhs.uk Closing date: Saturday 26 March 2016.


SOUTH WEST


WALES


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