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Minor Illness Nurse - Part time

A change of hours within the MI nurse team has created a further vacancy for a part-time minor illness nurse, complementing our existing highly successful nurse led minor illness services. 

To be effective in this role the successful candidate would need to hold a relevant primary care minor illness qualification, and have gained relevant experience in minor illness within a primary care setting.

Hours - 15 per week, some flexibility but likely to be worked over 2-3 days.

Pay dependant on the skills and experience of the successful candidate, to be discussed.  NHS Pension Scheme. 

About us:

  • 4 partners and 4 Associate (salaried) GP’s, 
  • growing list size of >13,600
  • In-house clinical education and development
  • Demographically mixed and clinically interesting, appreciative patient list
  • Extensively skill mixed and experienced clinical and support team
  • Prescribing clinical practice pharmacist – senior in local pharmacy pilot
  • Mental health nurse
  • Nurse prescribers
  • Modern, spacious, purpose built premises
  • Undergraduate teaching & research – imminent Registrar training
  • Active member of OneCare Consortium 
  • Research practice - level 2 in the local network
  • Numerous national and local service pilot projects
  • Achieved overall ‘good’ CQC rating and ‘outstanding’ in some areas

More information

Download our Practice Profile, Job description and person spec for more information, or for informal enquiries please contact Miffy Saunders at miffy.saunders@nhs.net, tel: 0117 9099516.

How to Apply

Applications can be made by submitting a completed application form, which can be emailed to miffy.saunders@nhs.net. Closing date for applications: midday on Tuesday 30th May 2017. However, we reserve the right to close this post earlier should we have identified suitable applicants before the closing date.

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Associate GP with a view to Partnership

A vacancy which would suit a salaried GP seeking the next step to partnership, or a GP partner looking for a new opportunity. 

We can offer the support to develop and make the transition from a salaried GP to a partner role.  

We are looking for team players with a “can do” attitude, and exemplary clinical and interpersonal skills to join our friendly, dedicated and hardworking team.  We would also expect candidates to be able to demonstrate business acumen, strategic thinking and political awareness, and potential to develop as a business partner.

About us:

  • 4 partners and 4 Associate (salaried) GP’s, 
  • growing list size of >13,600
  • Mentoring scheme for Associates
  • In-house clinical education and development
  • Demographically mixed and clinically interesting, appreciative patient list
  • Extensively skill mixed and experienced clinical and support team
  • Prescribing clinical practice pharmacist – senior in local pharmacy pilot
  • Mental health nurse
  • Nurse prescribers
  • Premises partner-owned, no capital buy-in required
  • Undergraduate teaching & research – imminent Registrar training
  • Research practice - level 2 in the local network
  • Numerous national and local service pilot projects
  • Achieved overall ‘good’ CQC rating and outstanding in some areas 

More information

Visits welcome. For more information and informal enquiries or to arrange to visit the practice, please contact Kate Francis at KFRANCIS@GP-L81038.NHS.UK or Tel: 0117 9086668, or Miffy Saunders at MIFFY.SAUNDERS@GP-L81038.NHS.UK or tel: 0117 9099516.

Download our Practice Profile.

How to Apply

Applications can be made by submitting your CV and short supporting letter, which can be emailed to kfrancis@gp-l81038.nhs.uk. Closing date for applications: 09.00 on Monday 12th June 2017. Interviews for short-listed applicants are likely to be held on a Thursday morning, or an alternative by mutual arrangement. 

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