- Interested in a fresh and exciting opportunity as a long term locum or self-employed GP
- Do you wish to make a difference to the health of our population in an environment of strong peer support and lots of laughter?
- Do you wish to be appreciated – personally, professionally, and financially, for the value you bring?
If so, this could be the role you have been waiting for!
Charlotte Keel Medical Practice is a friendly, vibrant practice in the heart of Bristol serving a population of just over 18,000 patients. We are a dedicated, multi-professional team with multiple talents and huge doses of passion. Some of these passions include:
- Training: Medical Students, GP Registrars, Nurses, Pharmacists, Physician Associates,
- Personalised Care: we have a strong practice ethos for lifestyle medicine and shared decision-making.
- Sustainability of our lovely planet: we are involved with the RCGP Green Impact Scheme and one of our GPs is the Lead for the CCG area
- Health Inequalities: “Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhuman” I think Martin Luther King says it all for us!
No matter where you work these days, General Practice is a demanding job, but we are trying our best to enable a sustainable career through:
- Having a dedicated team responsible for Wellbeing within the Brisdoc family
- Having a Wellbeing Lead within the practice
- Meeting daily as a GP Team for coffee and lunch in our lovely Wellbeing room
- A highly functioning pharmacy team responsible for repeat prescribing, medicines reconciliation and medicines related telephone queries.
- Highly trained administrative staff to process letters and discharge summaries.
- A patient navigation team who are able to facilitate self-care and signpost to the most appropriate health care professional.
- A flexible access model which allows control over your working day with workload caps
Outside the practice, Charlotte Keel GPs have roles in Commissioning, Education, Coaching, Mentoring, the LMC/GPC, Sustainability and Urgent Care. There is extensive experience to support a portfolio career and facilitate these networks.
If you like the sound of any of this, drop us a line and we would love to chat. You can contact the Practice Manager, Jane Isaac on firstname.lastname@example.org or the current Lead GPs, Shaba Nabi on Shaba.email@example.com and Andrea Priestley on firstname.lastname@example.org. Or just pick up the phone and give us a bell on 0117 902 7145.
The things we will need to get you on board:
- Curriculum Vitae, Including the names and contact numbers of 2 Clinical Referees (ideally that we can phone/email to speed up your application)
- Copy of your Medical Indemnity
- 2 forms of identification
- Copy of your last DBS disclosure, ideally less than 6 months old, we can help renew this if not
- Resus Training certificate- ideally within the last 18 months
- Ideally a copy of your immunisation history to include Hepatitis B and Measles- although not essential to start working for us
- Child Protection Level 3 Training Certificate- ideally within the last 3 yrs
- Safe Guarding Vulnerable Adults Training Certificate- ideally level 3 (within the last 3 yrs) although we will consider other training you can evidence to speed your application
- Awareness of Mental Capacity Act Training Certificate- if available (Not essential for independent GP work) and it’s usually linked to adult safeguarding training.
If a new DBS is required, we will also need to copy and sign off your original DBS documents (A list of approved documents will be supplied along with access to an online DBS application form
Please send to:
The Workforce Team
A: Unit 21 Osprey Court, Hawkfield Business Park, Whitchurch, Bristol, BS14 0BB
T: 0117 9370902
Terms of Engagement between BrisDoc Healthcare Services Limited and Independent General Medical Practitioners
Please download and read the Terms of Engagement between BrisDoc Healthcare Services Limited and Independent General Medical Practitioners
You will be asked to read and sign this at induction.