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Salaried GP Position

Salaried GP Position

We are looking for a GP, to work with us in Bulkington surgery for up to 5 sessions per week (negotiable). 

 

Bulkington Surgery is a dynamic and forward-thinking practice for excellent primary care. We're looking for a GP who believes in the power of primary care to create real change in our local community. 

Our Surgery strives to provide the highest quality of service for our patients and are keen to promote continuity of care over many years. 

 

Our practice is a stable, democratic, and supportive practice with loyal long-term practice staff. 

We are in a village location close to major towns and are housed in well-equipped purpose-built premises with ample free parking. We have a practice list size of 5500 and we have strong links in our local community. 

We are all keen to work smarter to maintain a strong and better work life balance. We pride ourselves on continuity, maintaining the strong family doctor approach and offering our patients highest quality of care. This is evidenced by the excellent feedback from our patients. 

 

Bulkington Practice is a training practice for GP vts and FY2 trainees with strong links to Warwick Medical School. You will be working with an advanced nurse practitioner, two practice nurses and two part-time salaried GPs. We also have a clinical pharmacist, an in-house physiotherapist, social prescriber, and a Midwife. We are keen to support development of special interests. We offer competitive salary package (negotiable) with BMA contract terms. We also offer Medical Indemnity cover and NHS pension scheme enrolment. We are happy to wait for the right candidate. 

For more information, informal enquires or to arrange a visit, please contact Jemma Catcliffe at warnoccg.m84061practicemanager@nhs.net 

How to apply (C.V. and covering letter to) Jemma Catcliffe (Practice Manager) Bulkington Surgery School Road Bulkington, Warwickshire CV12 9JB 

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