Alchester Medical Group
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An Opportunity to shape the future of Primary Care Salaried GP Oxfordshire
Amazing opportunity for flexible and rewarding work. Based in a market town just outside Oxford City. Great communications with the rest of the country, especially London and the Midlands. Fantastic place to live and bring up a family, affordable housing with a mixture of old and new accommodation. Good restaurants, schools, cinema, theatre, outdoor pursuits and fantastic shopping.
Due to the rapid expansion of Bicester and Heyford Park we have anything up to 8 sessions available. The population served is generally young with a low deprivation index. Work load is under control as is work life balance. The team is supportive and innovative with a mentoring ethos.
Alchester Medical Group is currently working across two main sites in Bicester town and one sub-branch at Heyford Park where we have just opened our own brand-new state of the art Pharmacy. We have a plan of refurbishment for our two main locations which will bring us right up to date. This will help us further develop and embrace innovative ways of working and to influence, design and expand local services. It is a very exciting time and, working in one of the UKs 10 Healthy New Towns we offer an unrivalled opportunity to truly shape the future of primary Care. We are a training practice. If you would like to be a part of this please let us know.
Main duties of the job
Paperwork & small amount of home visits in-between
Flexible number of sessions
To be part of a successful team
Has the support of a significant and well trained team of nurses and HCAs
Using EMIS Web clinical system
The benefits of working with us include:
Fantastic support structure of highly-qualified GPs
Positive and open ethos
High QOF achiever
Keen to support clinical progression
6 weeks annual leave (pro-rata)
1 week study leave (pro-rata)
No weekend working
Extensive support team including ANP, Clinical Pharmacist, Paramedic and MSK specialist.
Mental health nurse and social prescribing support
About Our Surgery:
Modern, large consulting rooms
Growing list size of 21,500 across three sites
High levels of patient satisfaction
Working alongside 13 other highly-qualified GPs with a whole spectrum of special interests
Genuinely happy and pleasant working environment
Loyal staff - high staff retention
Respected training practice including F2s and registrars
Exciting future plans including expansion of premises and service provision
Job Description Salaried GP
Salaried General Medical Practitioner
No direct reports
Support the GP partners
Manage clinical caseload
Assist in developing appropriate healthcare services for a diverse semi-rural patient list
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
In general, the post-holder will be expected to undertake all the normal duties and responsibilities associated with a GP working within primary care, including surgery consultations, telephone calls, home visits, dealing with prescriptions, blood results and correspondence.
Take on a patient list of a size appropriate to the number of sessions worked and be responsible for the routine care of those patients.
Taking duty doctor sessions as per the GP rota.
Support extended hours duties as agreed, from time to time.
Recording clear and contemporaneous consultation notes to agreed standards.
Prescriptions and prescribing in accordance with the practice prescribing formulary (or generically) whenever this is clinically appropriate.
Ensure accurate recording of data to maximise QOF points
Ensuring that all work carried out which carries a private fee is properly recouped and accounted for; eg. Medical Reports, Insurance reports, private letters to 3rd Parties etc
Collecting data for audit purposes.
Maintain mandatory training
Contribute to continuous improvement and change activities. Support colleagues and the team in line with the vision and strategy
To work in accordance with written protocols, including CQC, prescribing, confidentiality, health and safety, equality and diversity so forth (this is not an exhaustive list
Be prepared to work with flexibility and adaptability to support strong team work
This job description is not exhaustive and may be adjusted periodically after review and consultation. You will also be expected to carry out any reasonable duties which may be requested from time to time.
Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).