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Salaried GP 12-month fixed-term contract initially - Pembroke Road Surgery

Are you highly motivated with a strong sense of vocation?

Are you a team player?

Can you offer flexibility of working hours?

 

Pembroke Road Surgery is a seven-Partner (12-Doctor) practice situated in Clifton, Bristol. We are a friendly, sociable and high-achieving practice, providing a caring and professional service working in partnership with our patients to offer the best possible healthcare. We are close to the Zoo and Brunel’s suspension bridge, with good transport links and excellent local schools.

 

Ø We are seeking a salaried GP for up to 6 sessions/week

 

Ø We can offer:

 

§ A competitive sessional rate

§ 6 weeks’ annual leave (pro rata for part-time)

§ Pro rata study leave sessions per annum

§ Comprehensive induction and mentorship

We value continuity and have a well-established reputation in the local community. Founded over 50 years ago, we are an up-to-date family practice with a skilled team providing a range of first-class medical services.

We are a teaching practice with a strong commitment to research and we are always looking to improve services for our patients’ benefit.

 

§ PMS Practice with a list size of 17,800

§ EMIS Web clinical system

§ High QOF achievement

§ Committed to a broad range of Enhanced Services

§ Excellent nursing and practice support team including Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Pharmacists and a Social Prescriber

 

We are an active member of Healthwest Primary Care Network (PCN).

Visit our website at www.pembrokeroadsurgery.co.uk

 

Informal visits and enquiries are welcome. For more information and details of how to apply, please contact:

Mrs Heather Carrigan, Practice Manager

Pembroke Road Surgery, 111 Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3EU e-mail: heather.carrigan@nhs.net

Telephone: 0117 317 1704