Salaried GP, Norwich

England, Norfolk, Norwich
£65,000 - £74,000 per annum + Indemnity paid + BMA model + 7 weeks' leave
28 Sep 2017
26 Oct 2017
Career Level
GP (salaried)
Contract Type
Full Time

Ruthlessly efficient and well-managed practice, excellent team and working environment. High-praise from the CQC for the practice's innovative approach. The practice will take your CPD and clinical development seriously. Limited home visits. Salaried GP position available, partnership available in 12 months.


Salary - £64,000 - £74,000 + Indemnity Insurance paid + BMA model contract + 6 weeks annual leave + 1 week study leave


Location - Norwich


The surgery -

  • Purpose-built practice
  • Teaching practice
  • Mixed patient demographic, from executive housing, social housing and rural areas too
  • Diverse ranges of skills on the nursing team, inclusive of Advanced Nurse Practitioners and specialist nurses in Diabetes, Asthma and COPD
  • Slick administrative processes praised by the CQC
  • High-QOF achieving

Your role -

  • Part-time and Full-time considered
  • Salaried GP with a view to GP Partnership available
  • Limited home visits (pre-triaged) - the practice employs a specialist nurse that deals with housebound patients, care homes and OOH
  • To fit into the team and be a team player
  • Face-to-face surgeries, average amount of home visits, no telephone triage
  • Using SystmOne Clinical system

The benefits -

  • £64,000 - £74,000 depending on GP experience
  • Indemnity fees paid
  • 6 weeks' annual leave
  • 1 week study leave
  • BMA model contract (with some added enhancements)
  • NHS pension

If you would like to be considered for this post, please use the 'Apply' section below and attach your latest CV. Or, you can talk to us in confidence about this opportunity on 0113 350 1308.

We are looking to fill the post as soon as possible although the practice is happy to wait for the right GP & notice period.


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