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Cambridgeshire – Ely and Soham GP vacancy


Join a friendly, well-organised and successful team. Staploe Medical Centre Soham (20500 list) and Cathedral Medical Centre Ely (9800 list) form a large consortium practising up to date, caring medicine in East Cambridgeshire. We are looking for a GP to join us – whole time preferred but we want quality first and foremost so all good candidates should apply! Whole time is eight clinical sessions plus one CPD session (usually done from home). This post is primarily for a list at Staploe but occasional working at Cathedral may be needed. Staff welfare is a fundamental part of our mission and we are offering:


• High salary (minimum £80k WTE plus MDU/MPS). • Extended Hours remunerated additionally. • Opportunity for development and leadership which could attract further remuneration or profit share. • Assistance with moving expenses if needed.


Staploe is a well-regarded training and teaching practice and a leading clinical trials research centre. We plan for Cathedral to take up teaching and clinical research over the next year. We are supported by established nursing, managerial and administrative teams and benefit from sharing resources, experience and expertise within and between the two sites. We strongly support our GPs’ professional development and enjoy weekly clinical governance and educational sessions, as well as social functions and daily coffee meetings for cake, chat and case sharing.


The area is lovely – Ely is a growing Cathedral city close to London (65 minutes) and Cambridge (15 minutes) but with more reasonable housing, and Soham is a thriving town six miles away, also growing and with good housing and schools.


Please do get in touch for an informal visit and discussion – contact Gill Alexander at gill.alexander@nhs.net or telephone 01353 727686 (Gill) 01353 727685 (Lesley).


Candidates should send application with covering letter and CV to: Mr Andy Botcher, Practice Manager, Staploe Medical Centre, Brewhouse Lane, Soham, Cambridgeshire CB7 5JD or email gill.alexander@nhs.net.


Closing date for application: 6 March 2016.


To advertise here, please call 020 7214 0570, or email pulsegpjobs@cogora.com


Make 2016 the year you move to Australia


Meet face-to-face with our Recruitment Manager to discuss your move to Australia (23rd February - 4th March 2016)


Imagine doing the job you love in a new environment. Enjoy greater clinical independence with improved pay and work/life balance all in the glorious Australian climate.


Ochre Health operates 30 urban and rural medical centres across 6 states and territories and has successfully relocated 15 GPs to Australia in the past 2 years. Our National Recruitment Manager will be visiting the UK in February to meet with you to discuss how you could benefit from working as a GP down under.


We will guide you through medical registration, provide a visa, relocation assistance and a comprehensive orientation to the Australian healthcare system. We will even be there to greet you when you hop off the plane in sunny Australia on your first day of enjoying the good life.


Book your 1-2-1 appointment now to meet Darren +61 (02) 8356 3100 or dcompton@ochrehealth.com.au For more info visit ochrehealth.com.au/vacancy/uk-to-aus


Perth, Western Australia General Practice positions


Opportunities exist for MRCGP GPs to join us in Australia’s sunny and friendly west.


We will soon be meeting with GPs in the UK, contact us now to arrange your appointment.


Dates and locations: 6-12 March 2016 in London and Bath.


Apollo Health


Email suzi.taylor@apollohealthrecruitment.com Mobile (UK) 07717 457087 www.apollohealthrecruitment.com


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