SALARIED GP POSITIONS – WARWICK HOUSE MEDICAL PRACTICE, TAUNTON
Are you looking for a salaried GP position in a well-established, supportive, innovative training practice? Do you enjoy outdoor life, culture, history and value your work-life balance? Here is an excellent opportunity to join our team and discover the beautiful county of Somerset.
Warwick House Medical Practice is situated in Taunton, the county town of Somerset. Our practice cares for just over 7,400 patients, covering an urban and semi-rural population. Our size allows us to be flexible and to innovate and adapt whilst valuing a supportive and open culture amongst our staff. We are continually looking to improve the patient experience and place a strong emphasis on high quality ‘family’ practice.
In 2017 we entered into partnership with Taunton and Somerset NHS Trust. We have an expanding and friendly team of clinical and administrative staff, all of whom are employed by the Trust as part of the Primary Care Directorate. Our practice is an active participant in the local Primary Care Network.
Clinical care is delivered by our 6 salaried GP partners, 1 salaried GP, 2 ACPs, 3 Practice Nurses, 1 HCA and phlebotomist. We are ably supported by our team of allied health professionals which includes a Clinical Pharmacist, Musculo-Skeletal Practitioner and Mental Health Workers.
We are paper-light: EMIS Web, workflow management, digital dictation, e-referrals.
With the retirement of one of our GP partners, we are looking for two part-time (or one full-time) salaried GPs to provide 9 sessions between them. You will have flexibility in delivering these sessions and potential opportunities to work elsewhere in the Trust. We would welcome dynamic and innovative individuals as there are opportunities to further develop new models of care within the Practice and wider Directorate and to become a GP trainer.
If you are interested in finding out more about us please contact our Operational Manager, Sian Mara, on 01823 447373 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Informal visits are very welcome
For further information about the practice please visit www.warwickhouse.org.uk