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Marsden Road Health Centre: GP Locum sessions

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We are looking for an enthusiastic Locum GP to join our friendly, well-established expanding training practice located in modern premises in South Shields, a coastal town which has sandy beaches, soaring cliffs and beautiful bays about five miles downstream from Newcastle. The ideal team member will have a passion for high quality patient care, be happy to engage with the team, and will be as excited as we are about the new opportunities and services we can develop together for the local community.

Building and maintaining strong relationships between Doctors, Health Professionals and patients is essential to the way we work.

Practice Description


Our team comprises of 10 Partners, 6 salaried GPs, 9 Nurses, 5 HCA’s, 1 Registrar and an 2 F2 Gp’s who look after just over 13500 patients, many of which have been with us across generations.

All the team get together in our staff room for coffee, food and a catch up every day, we have had great feedback from Locums and attached staff about the benefit of this. It offers a supportive environment to bounce ideas around and get to know one another!


We are happy to discuss start and finish times of surgeries, the number of appointments and or visits as we are able to offer flexibility.


We consistently score high QOF and enhanced service achievement, our CQC rating is good and have a supportive administration team led by experienced practice management.


If you like the sound of this then we would love to hear from you!


Please contact nadine.farrow@nhs.net or Clare.bell4@nhs.net


Marsden Road Health Centre

Marsden Road

South Shields

NE34 6RE



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