Friary House Surgery
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This role is a remarkable opportunity for an already experienced General Practitioner or a newly qualified General Practitioner looking to get stuck into the primary care industry.
Your responsibilities as a General Practitioner;
The following are the core responsibilities of the General Practitioner. There may be on occasion, a requirement to carry out other tasks; this will be dependent upon factors such as workload and staffing levels.
Main duties of the job
Perform clinical examinations of patients to assess, diagnose and monitor conditions
Carry out patient consultations at home and within the surgery
Monitor patients' conditions and wellbeing
Carry out clinical examinations
Diagnose and treat various illnesses/ailments
Carry out minor surgery where required
Take part in practice management and administration
Liaise with other healthcare professionals (e.g., midwives, pharmacists, health visitors and psychiatrists) as part of multidisciplinary teams
We are one of the oldest and largest practices in Plymouth, looking after approximately 12,450 patients and our practice boundary extends to Tamerton Foliot in the north, Plymstock to the east and Devonport to the west. We moved from Ebrington Street to our current well-equipped purpose built premises in 1986. We have a car park for patients and have disabled access and a lift to the first floor, the car park is managed by a parking management company and the carpark is monitored by CCTV. We are committed to providing you with high quality care; your health is our concern!
An autonomous consultor
15-minute consultations x 15 slots morning and 15 slots afternoon
Share of home visits
Able to manage acute presentations
Able to manage chronic conditions
Able to order appropriate investigations (bloods/radiology).
Able to refer appropriately to secondary care or organise emergency admissions.
Share of admin: clinical letters which require actioning/filing.
Able to file pathology results
Able to see all age groups
No restrictions on prescribing
Able to see pregnant women in regards non pregnancy related issues.
Able to deal with mental health presentation
Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).