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GPJOBS Kingsthorpe, Northampton


GP partner Due to retirement we require a GP partner. Part time or job share considered – 4/8 sessions per week. Commencing August 2016.


We are looking for an enthusiastic, committed and caring GP to join our very friendly well established suburban practice, with good rail and road links. We are very forward thinking with a great sense of humour and are committed to providing excellent service to our patients. Our purpose built premises are situated on the outskirts of Northampton. There are excellent schools within the area including grammar schools.


• Pro-active practice – four WTE partners with a senior partner retiring after more than 30 years • An excellent practice team with highly skilled clinical staff • Independent nurse prescriber and minor illness nurses • Offer a full range of enhanced services and are high QOF achievers • SystmOne (TPP) clinical system • List size 8,500 • Recently extended with onsite pharmacy • GPwSI • Supportive Patient Participation Group (PPG) • Full engagement with local commissioning group • Salary GP considered, with a view to partnership if wanted • Monthly protected learning time.


Informal visits welcomed.


For further information or to apply, post or email your cv to: Sara Richards, Practice Manager, The Pines Surgery, Harborough Road North, Kingsthorpe, Northampton NN2 8LL. Or email: sara.richards@gp-k83008.nhs.uk


Closing date: Tuesday 1 March 2016. Telephone: 01604 845144. Cheadle, Staffordshire


Full time GP partner required We are seeking a full time GP partner to join our well established practice set in a rural, market town in the Staffordshire Moorlands.


• Two GP partners and one salaried GP. • Full time (eight sessions over four days). • Would consider two half time partners. • Eight weeks holiday plus bank holidays. • Start date negotiable. • High remuneration. • Over 4000 patients. • Emis web practice. • Part dispensing practice. • No OOH or extended hours commitments.


Applications in writing with an accompanying CV to: Hayley Stevenson, Practice Manager, Allen Street Clinic, Allen Street, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent ST10 1HJ.


If you would like further information, please telephone Hayley Stevenson on 01538 752674 or email hayley. stevenson2@northstaffs.nhs.uk


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id-medical.com gp@id-medical.com 01908 525 858 98 February 2016 Pulse Coventry Partner or Salaried GP


An excellent opportunity has arisen at a well respected and long established high achieving Coventry practice due to partner retirement. We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated, forward thinking GP to join our friendly, dedicated team with commitment to high quality patient care.


• 6-8 sessions. • Job share considered. • 10,000 patients. • Four partners and two salaried GPs. • Full QOF achievement. • Minor surgery and family planning. • High quality nursing team. • Excellent administrative support. • Six weeks holiday plus one week study leave. • Access to excellent education programme via protected learning time. • Competitive salary.


Informal visits and enquiries welcome. For further information or to arrange a visit please contact Maureen Day (practice manager) or Dr Jane Smith (GP partner).


Please apply with covering letter and CV to: Dr Jane Smith, Mansfield Medical Centre, 56 Binley Road, Coventry CV3 1JB. Telephone: 02476 655921. Mobile: 07941 202758. E-mail: jane.smith2@nhs.net


Closing date: Thursday 31 March 2016.


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