Practice GP - Salaried - Earls Court Health & Wellbeing Centre
Greenbrook Healthcare – Together, we deliver better care
Earls Court Health and Wellbeing Centre are seeking a salaried General Practitioner to add to their experienced and friendly clinical team.
This modern GP Practice, based in the heart of Earls Court manages a patient list of over 5400 along with offering walk-in appointments. As a Salaried GP in this practice you’ll be supported by a welcoming and experienced team of clinicians and operational staff; working closely with the Lead GP and Service Manager. Earls Court Health and Wellbeing Centre is operated by Greenbrook Healthcare, an innovative and clinically focused Primary Care provider who’s wider team of clinicians and management staff will ensure your time is spent effectively treating your patients.
Earls Court Health and Wellbeing Centre support a diverse patient population leading to a wide variety of clinical presentations. In contrast to many practices the patient population at ECHWC consists of a typically a younger demographic, meaning there are fewer home visits our General Practitioners are required to undertake.
Part time hours of up to 27 hours per week are available. A competitive salary is offered in addition to a generous flexible benefits package which can include NHS pension and medical indemnity cover in addition to up to six weeks annual leave and two weeks study leave (full time equivalent.)
If you’re a UK trained General Practitioner, registered with the GMC and listed on an English Performers List then please don’t hesitate to apply.
Alternatively should you wish to visit the service or speak candidly with our Lead GP about the position feel free to contact our Head of Recruitment, Matt James, who can coordinate this for you on 07960 297141.
*Greenbrook Healthcare reserve the right to close this advertisement earlier than indicated at such time as sufficient application numbers have been received; therefore please do not delay in your application to be considered for this post.
Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.