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Humber is looking for a salaried GP to work within our GP Practice at Northpoint Medical Practice
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust provides 8 well established GP practices across Hull & East Riding. We provide excellent healthcare to over 48,000 patients, rated Good by CQC
Our people are some of the very best - we need to lead them effectively and help them achieve safe, high quality care, despite testing financial times.
Main duties of the job
As a key member of the team working in General Practice, the GP will manage a caseload, dealing with a wide range of presenting health care needs in a primary care setting. The post-holder will work with clinical colleagues to ensure the highest standards of care are provided for all registered and temporary patients. The post-holder will also contribute to planning and decision-making as part of the wider practice team.
All post-holders will be expected to support the development and delivery of Integrated Care Teams across the General Practises.
We know that no two GP's are the same so we will work with you to understand how we can create a role that works for you. As a salaried GP you'll benefit from flexible working hours to suit your lifestyle, excellent pay and benefits and access to continued professional development and training. Whether you want to run specialised clinics, change ways of working or aspire to a career in leadership,
We can help you develop your professional and personal skills. As part of a diverse Trust you'll have the support of our wider team to develop your medical knowledge, nurture your aspirations and support you in your areas of interest.
Find out more about what we offer GP's by downloading our Destination Humber booklet. Find out more about what makes our Trust 'Humbelievable' at join.humber.nhs.uk
This is an opportunity to be part of the transformation of our primary care services, moving away from typical models but still retain the best of primary care, developing our multidisciplinary team to support the working day of a GP and offer a difference to our patients and staff.
The successful candidate will be committed to the needs of patients, service users, carers and the surrounding community and to continuing to improve the quality of the services that we provide.
For further details with regard to this vacancy opportunity, please see the attached Job Description and Person Specification.
- Fully qualified GP with GMC registration
- Evidence of annual appraisal and revalidation (when appropriate)
- General practice (Vocational Training Scheme) trained
- On/eligible to be on a medical performers list
- Enhanced CRB check
- UK driving licence
- Current CPR certificate
- UK work permit (if required)
- Evidence of continued professional development
- Other Post Graduate Diplomas
Experience and Knowledge
- Successfully Completed General Practice Specialist Training
- Appropriate range of previous experience in hospital posts
- Computer literacy
- Completed GP specialist training within last 2 years
- Experience of working a variety of clinical software systems
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