Jobs - GP Partner/Salaried Sessional GP

Website Hanscombe House Surgery

Practice Overview

We are an extremely friendly, hardworking and caring practice of currently 11,000 patients.  We are a stable practice looking to recruit a replacement for a retiring GP Partner.  We have a supportive team both clinically and non-clinically and have achieved a Good CQC rating, high QOF points and excellent patient survey results.  We are a flexible practice and committed to providing high standards of patient-focused care.

We are in a purpose built surgery, use TPP SystmOne, are research accredited, work closely with our federation and have good links with our local hospice and community teams.

Hanscombe House is a well-regarded practice situated in a suburban area, edged by two main-line stations and a community hospital.

Job Description

We are looking for a GP Partner or Salaried Sessional GP to join our friendly, caring and forward thinking practice of 11,000 patients.  We are happy to look at full or part-time and the position consists of being on a rota, including on-call, paper work, home visits, QOF work and associated CFF.  The successful candidate will be supported by 4 GP Partners, 2 Salaried GPs, 1 Nurse Prescriber, 3 practice nurses and a HCA along with our Managing Partner and Administration Team.  We will support any GPs with special interests.  Flexible start date.  Please send CV and covering letter to contact email. Informal visits welcome

Janine Ellis 01992 305507

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Following the Government’s enforced restrictions as of 24th March, the LMC Office is now closed.  We continue to operate ‘business as usual’ remotely so please contact us in the normal way:

Tel: 01438 880010

Email: [email protected]

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