GP - Highbridge Medical Centre
GP - Highbridge Medical Centre. Salaried, Employed or Consultant level
At Salaried (including Newly Qualified), Employed or Consultant level.Salary between £10,500 - £14,000 per session - based on experience and level of GP role undertaken in practice.
Exceptional opportunity with this innovative primary care/general practice provider at our Medical Centre in Highbridge, Somerset. 4 sessions are available with attractive and comprehensive remuneration package; excellent relocation support.
Highbridge Medical Centre is a large, well established practice with an on-site pharmacy. Our integrated, multidisciplinary team includes nurse practitioners and ECPs and provides a wide range of services to around 12,000 patients. We are part of Symphony Healthcare Services, the largest GP provider in Somerset so benefit from the experience and learning across a network of 20 practices.
We can offer the best of both worlds a friendly practice in a market town location, yet with the support of a network of practices behind you so you can concentrate on patient care.
The M5, Bristol Airport and train routes to London mean that Highbridge is very conveniently located.
Highbridge is a charming town based on the edge of the Somerset Levels. The area is surrounded by sandy coast with Burnham-on- Sea and its iconic lighthouse a stones throw, and sandwiched between the Mendip Hills and Quantocks for exploring, horse-riding and mountain biking. Highbridge is a bustling town with a number of eateries, restaurants, and shops.
Main duties of the job
You would undertake all the clinical duties associated with a GP working in primary care, without the responsibilities and risks associated with being a partner. We can offer opportunities from salaried through to employed and consultant level GP posts depending on your experience and the level of responsibility you take on at the practice.
All GPs working for us are paid as Employees, unlike Partners, which means less risk for you and more time to focus on patient care. We put patients first, with our Employed and Consultant GPs working flexibly according to need, so contributing to areas such as QOF, QI, training and research projects providing a huge amount of variety to the role. However, our Salaried GPs have a clearly defined job plan setting out the hours of work and responsibility and tasks associated with the role.
We encourage career development and progression and are keen to support GPs who wish to extend their role, or have specialist skills which can be utilised in primary care. We recognise that some GPs will wish to stay salaried, and some will wish to assume more responsibility once they have found their feet and aspire to Employed or Consultant roles.
Symphony Healthcare Services was established in 2016 as part of the award-winning Symphony Programme Vanguard, developing new models of care. We now support 20 practices across Somerset and Devon, providing care for 120,000 patients.
Symphony has developed a model where each practice is encouraged to operate autonomously but as a subsidiary of Yeovil Hospital and with the backing and economies of scale from a central support team.
Our vision is to ensure primary care is sustainable for patients and practices in Somerset, and we aim to be a national exemplar for primary care provision. We work closely with our practice teams to support, develop and transform patient care and working practices with innovation and technology at the heart of what we do.
So that our Clinicians achieve the life balance they deserve and are rewarded for their skills and experience, we offer:
See attached Job description and person specification for a full breakdown of the role and responsibilities.
GP Roles and Responsibilities
Symphony differentiates GP roles to provide a greater range of options for GPs, to enable career progression at all levels, and to support recruitment and retention.
The three different GP roles in Symphony are:
For more information about this role or to arrange an informal visit, please contact Annabel Bowditch, Deputy Director of HR on Annabel.firstname.lastname@example.org
If this advert has sparked your interest in being a Symphony GP within Somerset please contact us on SymphonyHR@ydh.nhs.uk
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.
Certificate of Sponsorship
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Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/working-health/overseas-health-professionals
Symphony Healthcare Services Limited
Highbridge Medical Centre