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Salaried GP job - specialist interest in Urgent Care

Job Reference: J185-A-18-1242

Employer:
Priory Medical Group
Location:
York
Salary:
Up to £8,363.68 p/session p/year

New Salaried GP job

With a specialist interest in Urgent Care

…(Looking for more time with patients and minimal admin?)

Are you a GP looking for increased direct patient contact in an urgent care setting? Would you enjoy leading a mixed allied urgent healthcare professional team? Are you looking for minimal admin and no visits? We have a great opportunity, no. sessions negotiable and rates competitive

Key aspects of Priory Medical Group:

  • Priory Medical Group is a large Partnership bringing together 9 practices across the City of York with a total practice population of 58k
  • High standard of clinical care, obtaining 100% QOF in the last 3 years
  • An innovative approach to transformation of the workforce with practice employed MSK specialists, pharmacists, Urgent Care practitioners and Advanced Nurse practitioners working alongside a dedicated and specialist team of practice nurses, focused on the delivery of urgent and routine care.
  • Rolling program of education for clinicians, GP training practice with 6 GP trainers and extensive teaching opportunities with Hull York Medical School
  • Active representation on and engagement with Health and Social Care Commissioners and the Voluntary Sector.
  • Designed and delivered a National Integrated Care pioneer service. The York Integrated Care Team is a primary care employed and GP led service that has achieved international recognition.
  • Delivery of health care services to local educational establishments and HMP and private secure facilities.
  • Extensive and expanding involvement in research trials
  • Actively pursuing in all 10 high impact actions in the GP forward view

TESTIMONY OF A SALARIED GP“I have been a salaried GP for 3 years and came straight to Priory after finishing VTS. I found the frequent reviews in my first year extremely helpful as it meant I could quickly address elements of the job that I was finding difficult. This stopped those elements snowballing! It also meant that I got to know my supervisor well; this was a big support and continues to be now. I have benefitted hugely from the very open culture at PMG - our daily meetings are a very safe space to ask questions or raise issues (clinical or otherwise). The culture is very open and everyone is happy to ask or be asked for advice or support (again with clinical or non-clinical situations).

So are you in?

Sessions: open to discussion

Rate of Pay: Up to £8,363.68 p/session p/year 

Terms and conditions such as occupational sick pay and maternity pay are based on NHS eligible service + Medical Defence Indemnity Fees & General Medical Council Membership Fees paid directly by the partnership for the duration of your time with us

Location: TBC. Visit our website to see our locations; priorymedical.com/surgeries

Selection for Interview

The Practice recognises that discrimination of any kind is both unlawful and would act as a barrier to finding the most talented individuals for our organisation. As such, our recruitment and selection procedures exist to ensure no job applicant, employee or worker is discriminated against either directly or indirectly on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.

A great deal of careful consideration has been invested in preparing the advert for this post based on the specification for this role and the person we are looking for.

Our selection for interview process is designed to ensure individuals are selected for interview on the merit of their application only.

If you are applying through NHS Jobs, you will notice you are asked if you would like a guaranteed interview as part of the ‘Two Tick’ disability scheme. Whilst this is an admirable government initiative, please be aware we are not signed up to this scheme. This is a question on the NHS jobs application form which is outside of our own control. Our own process ensures we consider candidates on the merit of their application only and we do not ask any questions regarding a disability as part of our selection process. We only give candidates the opportunity to share information regarding any disability after candidates are invited to interview and only if the candidate feels they require adjustments in the interview process

 

 




Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.



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