Salaried GP/view to Partnership
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- Part Time
Salaried GP/view to Partnership in the near future
Ideally 5-6 sessions per week flexible and all options considered
We are a three Partner (two GPs and one Managing Partner) GP practice looking for at least one more partner (ultimately) to join us to help develop and shape the practice as we move forward. We have an outstanding clinical and nursing team, situated in the historic market town of Shrewsbury. The town boasts a plethora of independent shops, restaurants, exceptional schools, theatre, a castle and with easy access to the outstanding and beautiful countryside. As a practice we pride ourselves in achieving maximum QOF points and being innovative in our approach to an ever changing landscape within the health service. Our patient feedback is excellent. As partners we work well together and enjoy being part of a very friendly team that is committed to providing excellent care for our patients.
- Large and spacious modern building including a Minor Surgery Suite and large car park
- Research and Training Practice
- Members of Darwin Health Ltd and Shrewsbury PCN serving over 125,000 patients
- High clinical performance
- In-house Counselling team
- Experienced clinical, management, admin and reception team
Shrewsbury, which is the county town of Shropshire is just nine miles from the Welsh border. The town is almost completely encircled by the River Severn, and in the centre you’ll find the picturesque extensive park (‘The Quarry’), which plays host each August to the Shrewsbury Flower Show, the longest-running flower show in the world. It also has a huge indoor market which won the title of 'Britain's Favourite Market' in 2018. Shrewsbury is one of the few places in the UK where the independent shops outnumber the big chains – one of the reasons it has earned the title of 'Healthiest High Street in the UK'. It also carries the distinction of being named twice in the last two years by Rightmove among the top 10 Happiest Places to Live in the UK.
The town’s origins date back to the 5th and 6th centuries and its history is very visible: Shrewsbury has over 660 historic listed buildings, several of them dating from Tudor times. They include a Norman abbey dating back to 1083 (the setting for Ellis Peters’ ‘Brother Cadfael’ novels), a medieval castle dating from 1074, and the 16th century Old Market Hall, which now house a cinema and café. There is also a thriving Theatre based in the centre of town where you can enjoy a wide selection of events, or dine in the restaurant on the third floor overlooking the river and the town.
Shropshire is one of England’s most rural counties, and the countryside all around Shrewsbury is some of the most beautiful and unspoilt in the country.
The South Shropshire hills – 15 minutes’ drive away from Shrewsbury – are designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and stretch for miles.
Shropshire is ideal for anyone wanting to escape the confines of city living and who loves the countryside; take your pick from SUP (Stand Up Paddle boarding) on the River Severn, hill walking on any of the many hills in the county, take part in the Longmynd Hike, horse riding through the countryside and some of the smaller villages in the county…there really is something for everyone!
Ten miles east of Shrewsbury, the Ironbridge Gorge is known throughout the world as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Now a World Heritage Site, or visit another of the county’s claims to world fame in the little town of Much Wenlock, ten miles to the south of Shrewsbury. Here Dr William Penny Brookes organised the Wenlock Olympian Games in 1850, widely touted as the start of the Olympic games we know now.
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For more details contact Izzy Culliss, Managing Partner on Izzy.Culliss@nhs.net
“Shrewsbury” – the Original One Off – with permission from Painted Life Productions: https://youtu.be/q7Q0CiFNgpI
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