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Colliery Court Medical Group: Salaried GP (6-8 sessions)

Colliery Court Medical Group is a well-established, supportive, forward thinking, GMS practice in Boldon Colliery. Located approximately 5 miles east of Newcastle, with easy access to the A1 and Tyne Tunnel.


We are looking to recruit a 6 - 8 session salaried GP. The ideal candidate will provide a high standard of care, have a flexible approach and work well with all members of the team.


About us:

  • List size of approximately 8,000 patients

  • Supportive clinical team including 2 GP partners, 2 salaried GPs, a retained GP, 2 practice nurses, a health care assistant and a practice pharmacist

  • Experienced and friendly management/admin/reception team

  • Teaching practice with opportunities to participate in the teaching of GPR’s, Medical and Nursing students

  • Above average earnings

  • EMIS Web system

  • High QOF achievement

  • Consistently high patient satisfaction

  • Good CQC rating

  • Active members of the local primary care network


We can offer:

  • 6 weeks holiday and one session per week paid CPD (pro rata for 6 sessions)

  • Salaried GP pay range £80,446 - £91,223 (pro rata for 6 sessions)

  • Paid indemnity fees

  • BMA model contract

  • Flexibility over start times and structure of surgeries

  • Great team environment

  • Regular team meetings


We operate from purpose built premises with on-site parking. There is a pharmacy attached to the Practice.


To apply please submit an up to date CV together with a supporting letter to e.trimnell@nhs.net or apply via NHS Jobs.


For further information about the practice please see our website https://collierycourt.nhs.uk/ or to arrange an informal visit please contact Emma Trimnell, Practice Manager on 0191 5190077 or e.trimnell@nhs.net



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