Salaried GP Newcastle
A CQC rated GOOD surgery in Newcastle, Tyne and Wear are looking for a Salaried GP to join their team with a brilliant salary of up to £10,500 per session + several benefits.
The surgery are looking for a GP for 4 to 8 sessions.
Our pro-active client is a training practice and have a brilliant team and a very flexible working schedule.
As a training practice, they are keen to welcome GPs with special interests, and would like to hear from experienced GPs who can help train the next generation of GPs, or newly qualified GPs.
Operating out of a purpose-built surgery, they not only have a brilliant set up (detailed below, but are very much about ensuring all staff are happy and looked after.
They are looking for a salaried GP to join their practice and be an essential part of the team and growth plans.
They are a very tight knit team and their GPs are an integral part of the team and will be very well looked after both on a personal and business level, even supplied with regular cups of tea! With this, there would be potential to expand into a partnership position.
- £10.000 to £10,500 per session
- Full indemnity cover
- Full NHS Pension
- 6 weeks Holiday + Bank Holidays
- 1 week CPD
- Free parking on site
- Partnership and progression opportunities
- Flexible working schedule
They have admin and support staff, who are dedicated to the GPs.
This means patient correspondence is taken care of by them with the GPs supervision.
Having met the client personally, I can't recommend them highly enough and this is a real opportunity to earn well in a great environment and lovely surgery in Newcastle.
For more information and to apply….
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Nitesh - 0203 962 5630 -
- Rate: £40000 - £88000 per annum + + benefits & progression
- Location: Newcastle upon Tyne, England
- Type: Permanent
- Industry: Medical
- Recruiter: McGinley Support Services
- Contact: Darren Jones
- Tel: 020 3962 5636
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- Posted: 2023-03-24 15:11:27 -
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