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South Tyneside Health Collaboration: Salaried Lead GP

Career Development Opportunities for GPs!

Are you a GP ready to progress into the role of Salaried GP Partner?

If you are passionate about delivering first class patient care and excited to take the next step in your career as a Salaried GP Partner, we would love to hear from you.

Who are STHC?

We are a not-for-profit GP Federation and valued system partner, set up to bring together South Tyneside General Practices to work collaboratively in delivering services at scale across the borough of South Tyneside.

What can we offer?

A motivated, multi-skilled and engaged workforce with a one-team ethos and a culture of valued and happy staff.

Family friendly policies and flexible working options to support you in balancing your priorities.

Resource sharing across 2 GP surgeries.

Part of a Primary Care Network with access to a range of clinical support roles including Pharmacists, Podiatrists, MSK professionals, Mental Health Practitioners, Social Prescribers, Health Coaches as well as practice teams of highly skilled Nurses and Health Care Assistants.

Generous annual leave allowance plus one week of self-managed study leave and protected CPD time.

Enrolment in NHS pension scheme.

Sessions available from our purpose-built premises in Whitburn as well as our developing training practice in Jarrow.

Access to a one-off Golden Hello payment of up to £10,000 pro rata depending on circumstances.

Further details here.

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