Locum GP

Central Advertising General Practitioners
Torpoint, UK
14 Jun 2019
18 Jun 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
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We are looking for a sessional GP to provide 6 months of maternity cover but with scope for extension, for one of our 6 session GP partners from August 2019. The current working pattern required is Monday, Thursday, Friday.

Currently we have 12,000 patients cared for across 2 sites at Torpoint and the Rame Peninsula and have a supportive team of 5 GP Partners, 3 salaried GPs, 1 Emergency Paramedic, 4 HCA's and 4 Practice Nurses. We are also a practice that is committed to training and our current team of 8 GPs (with 6 GP trainers) provides supervision for ST1-3, Medical Students and Nursing students.

We are an innovative and forward thinking practice including a successful research department and an established, growing dermatology outreach service. This all takes place in a modern purpose built building with large, bright clinical rooms making this an enjoyable and interesting General Practice.

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