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Job Vacancies

The Old School Surgery
GP Vacancy

We are looking for an enthusiastic GP to join our forward thinking and supportive clinical team.

The Old School Surgery is a rural family dispensing practice providing a full range of primary care services within the South Leicestershire village of Stoney Stanton.  Close road and rail links to Leicester, Hinckley, Birmingham and Coventry.

We are looking for a GP who will share our patient focused approach, we can offer an excellent employment package that reflects our team’s healthy work life balance.

What we can offer:-

Competitive salary
Medical indemnity insurance cover
NHS Pension
7 weeks annual leave
Number of sessions negotiable
Flexible working considered
School friendly hours considered (up to 5 sessions a week, single clinic with fixed/limited number of appointments and maximum 1 home visit)
Excellent support from admin team - streamlining workflows to ensure a manageable workload.

About us:-

GMS practice with a list size of 7,700 patients
Clinical team consists of 3 GP Partners, 2 Salaried GPs, 2 Practice Nurses (including minor illness), 1 HCA and a Phlebotomist, Midwife, Mental Health Facilitator, Specialist Nurse Cinics, Clinical Pharmacist
Minimised GP paperwork using workflow optimisation
Strong management and support structure
SystmOne clinical system
High achieving practice with high quality standards and high patient satisfaction
Protected learning events in house and locality
GP mentoring first 6 months

So what now?

Informal visits are encouraged and if you would like to know more information then please contact Karen Smith, Practice Manager on karen.smith142@nhs.net / 01455 271 442 or Dr Steven Kitchin, Senior Partner on steven.kitchin@gp-c82027.nhs.uk 

To apply, please forward application letter and CV to Karen Smith

Closing date:- Wednesday 4th December 2019



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