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  • Salaried GP(s) or Partner(s)

    • March, Cambridgeshire
    • Riverside Practice (The) March, Cambridge

    Due to growing list GP or GP's required to work 4-8 sessions a week either as Partner, Salaried or Retained GP.

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  • GP Partner

    • Workington, Cumbria
    • Orchard House Surgery (Workington)

    Additional GP Partner required for a 4 Partner practice in a small town on the unspoilt Solway Coast. Workload negotiable, up to 8 sessions a week.

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  • Consultant Psychiatrist in Learning Disability

    • Rugby, Warwickshire
    • £76,761 to £103,490 per annum
    • Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust

    The post involves providing clinical leadership to both a Community Learning Disability Team and an Intensive Support Team

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  • Lead GP Vacancy, Oldham

    • Oldham
    • GBP44350 - GBP80000 per annum Indemnity paid on top of salary
    • Prospect Health

    A new vacancy has arisen to work as a Lead GP, enjoying the reward of regular surgery alongside guiding the strategic development of the practice.

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