Salaried GP required

Location
Crumpsall, Manchester
Posted
10 May 2017
Closes
30 Jun 2017
Sector
GP
Career Level
GP (salaried)
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

An exciting opportunity has arisen to recruit an additional GP who is keen to develop our practice in order to take it to the next level.

The Park View Medical Centre is a well-established, highly regarded, friendly practice close to the centre of Manchester and motorway network.

We work from a modern, purpose-built building adjacent to North Manchester General Hospital.

We are a practice of:

  • 6,500 Patients
  • 4 GP Partners
  • 3 Practice Nurses
  • Pharmacist
  • Technology focused whilst remaining true to core values of patient care
  • Medical Student Training Centre
  • High QOF Achievement

We work in an open and supportive environment with an excellent team spirit. 

We have excellent relationships with local practices, the GP Federation, the LMC and CCG.

We encourage enthusiasm and innovation and are keen to help develop any special interests for our GPs.  

We run a successful business whilst maintaining excellent patient care.

The role would be for 4-6 sessions per week. Closing date 30.06.17.

Please contact Debbie Beels, our Practice Manager, by email or telephone (0161 795 5667) to arrange an informal visit, or view our website: www.parkviewmedicalcentre.nhs.uk

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