Oak Tree Health Centre
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We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic, forward thinking GP who would like to work flexibly, we are happy to offer hours to suit portfolio careers and busy home lives. We can provide you with the support and the tools to grow into the role and offer you the chance to develop and diversify your career.
We are looking for someone able to offer sessions between the hours of 7am -8pm Monday Friday and 9am - 5pm on a Saturday, along with a competitive salary and NHS Pension.
We have a fully embedded and comprehensive additional roles scheme, which consists of Pharmacists, Pharmacy technicians, Physiotherapy, Mental health practitioners, Social Prescribers, Paramedic Practitioners, which enables our GPs and other health care professionals to dedicate to deliver the right care at the right time by the right person.
Main duties of the job
As a salaried GP, you will support the four GP partners to manage a busy, interesting clinical caseload ensuring the highest standard of care for all registered and temporary patients. The post holder will carry out all the duties reasonably expected of an NHS general practitioner using the standards expected by the GMC.
Would you like to be part of a Practice that value, recognise and celebrate staff members? Who work as a team to provide a high-level service? If yes, Oak Tree Health Centre is the place for you.
Oak Tree Health centre promotes a comprehensive team structure without hierarchy and complete transparency in all aspects. We encourage multi-disciplinary work and support an empowered way of working to remove any workplace constraints. Oak Tree believes in effective collaboration to create an amicable and team-friendly practice.
What perks are we offering in return?
28 days annual leave per year plus 8 public holidays *based on a full-time 9 sessions per week.
1-week pro-rata study leave
Access to the NHS pension scheme
Health and wellbeing support
Regular education meetings and mentorship
Good rail links to London (45 minutes)
Development of portfolio opportunities
We offer plenty of tea, coffee, biscuits, and healthy snacks to keep you going throughout the day.
The following are the core responsibilities of the salaried GP. There may be on occasion, a requirement to carry out other tasks; this will be dependent upon factors such as workload and staffing levels.
Provide highly effective medical care to patients - to include clinical sessions, clinical admin and other duties as directed by the management team.
Effective management of long term conditions.
Maintain accurate clinical records in conjunction with good practice, policy and guidance.
Work as a team member with all relevant providers of primary and community care services.
Generic prescribing adhering to local and national guidelines.
Adhere to best practice recommended through clinical guidelines and the audit process.
Processing of administration in a timely manner, including referrals, repeat prescription requests and other associated administrative tasks
Accept delegated responsibilities for QOF and commissioner improvement programmes.
Support the management team in achieving the strategic aims of the practice, making recommendations to enhance income and reduce expenditure.
Actively participate in local clinical governance processes.
Develop and maintain clinical skills and abilities through CPD and participate in yearly appraisal to identify further education, training and development needs.
Encourage collaborative working, liaising with all staff regularly, promoting a culture of continuous improvement at all times.
Supervise and participate in the training of the nursing staff and other members of the clinical team within the practice.
Participate in medical, nursing and allied professions student training.
Participate in practice audits as requested by the Practice.
Certificate of Sponsorship
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Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).