Ammonite Health Partnership
We are seeking a GP Partner and/or Salaried GP to join Ammonite Health Partnership, to work at Bridport Medical Centre, Pound Piece Surgery (Maiden Newton) or Tunnel Road Surgery (Beaminster).
We are a progressive 9 partner, training and dispensing practice in beautiful West Dorset, covering a wide area that includes several attractive market towns and many villages scattered amongst un-paralleled and varied coastal and rural scenery. You could work between 4-8 sessions per week and would be welcomed into an enthusiastic, cohesive and very sociable team, with flexible, family friendly working conditions and an above average remuneration.
GP Partner - Specialist interest in frailty, cancer and end of life care would be desirable (but optional) interests as the outgoing partner was clinical lead for these areas as would be a potential interest in registrar and other staff training.
GP Salaried - We would welcome newly qualified or more experienced GPs
- Flexible Tiered Salaried structure: £10,000 to £12,500 per session
If you are currently considering relocating we would be happy to offer a short fixed term contract to allow you to see what West Dorset has to offer.
Main Duties of the Job
- Provision of GMS services to the practice population.
- Effective clinical administration, audit and management.
- Contribute to the practice team by being an effective team member.
- Contribute to the management of the practice.
- Contribute to the development of the practice business
Current team includes: 9 GP partners, 2 Salaried GPs, 5 Nurse Practitioners, 1 Visiting Paramedic, PCN pharmacists, PCN social prescribing team, with comprehensive PCN based frailty and community care cover.
A GP led triage hub contributes to workload management, to reduce workload and maximise clinically relevant face to face consultations. An experienced workflow team minimises document processing with pharmacist input for discharge and other medication management.
Ammonite Health Partnership is a member of Jurassic PCN, covering approximately 50% of the PCN patient population.