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  • Salaried GP required

    Crumpsall, Manchester Park View Medical Centre (Manchester)

    An additional GP to join an established, friendly practice in Manchester. 6,500 patients list. The role is for 4-6 sessions per week.

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  • Salaried GP

    Merstham, Redhill £8,300 to £9,000 per session per annum+ The Moat House Surgery

    Salaried GP required to work 4-8 sessions. 6 weeks holidays. Duty doctor on rota. Shared responsibility for nursing home with time allocated.

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  • Salaried GP

    Frimley, Camberley, Surrey Station Road Surgery (Frimley, Surrey)

    Salaried GP required for 4-5 sessions per week. 6 weeks annual leave. Flexible start and finish times. Work life balance a priority.

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  • GPs required

    Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear West End Family Health

    Energetic GPs required to join our new enterprise. We want to attract GPs with any areas of interest or experience for this new exciting development.

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