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Found 1 job for £70,000 - £99,999

  • GP Partner or Salaried GP

    • Potters Bar, Hertfordshire
    • Annadale Medical Centre

    GP Partner or Salaried GP required for 5-7 sessions from October 2019. 8,300 patient list.

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  • Salaried GP

    • Coalville, Leicestershire
    • £9,500.00 per session per annum
    • Whitwick Road Surgery

    Salaried GP required for 4-8 sessions possible job share. 6,500 patients. Easy links to Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, M1 and M42.

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  • Salaried GP

    • Dagenham, London (Greater)
    • Church Elm Lane Medical Practice

    Salaried GP required to work 6-8 sessions to join expanding practice. 6,300 patient list with 3 Salaried GPs. Competitive salary on offer.

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  • GP in Urgent Care

    • Rochdale, Greater Manchester
    • £85,000 (R&R Premia 15%)
    • Bury & Rochdale Care Organisation

    If you are a GP with an interest in Urgent Care this could be the job for you.

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