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Salaried/Partner GP – Honiton Surgery

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Honiton Surgery , East Devon have a vacancy for a GP partner or salaried GP, 4 – 8 clinical sessions a week, (working in a job sharing arrangement with another partner), with an ideal start date of October 2018 .

This is an exciting opportunity to join a large GP training practice of 17,000 patients with 7 FTE partners, 4 salaried GPs and a GP retainer. We are a supportive group with a good mix of full time/half time partners and job sharing GPs. We are fortunate to have completed a large extension and so now have a modern purpose built building with excellent facilities. Honiton is a lovely market town, close to East Devon coast, with excellent rail links to Exeter and London and superb local schooling.

We offer:

Forward thinking, supportive and cohesive partnership

Excellent mentorship with daily GP meetings

Well structured in house clinical meetings and educational programme

Above average income (including high QOF attainment)

Generous holiday and study leave (8 weeks per annum) and regular sabbatical leave

Stable patient base with personalised lists

Dedicated staff, with low turnover

Strong nurse team with chronic disease management

Outside and specialised interests encouraged (one partner Staff Grade Rheumatologist, one works for referral service DRSS, two perform minor surgery)

Involvement with local MIU service

Teaching and training practice: GP registrars, F2 MSK trainee, Exeter medical school teaching-regular 2-5 yr students

RCGP accredited research practice with continued research project involvement

IT: System One, Arden Templates, electronic prescribing

Rated as good by CQC with very positive feedback

No OOH commitment although sessions available through Devon Doctors on call

We welcome telephone discussion, informal visits or ‘trial-by-locum’ .

Closing date for applications 14.9.18 . Interviews week beginning 24.9.18

Please contact our Strategic Manager Sean Corbett (sean.corbett2@nhs.net) in the first instance or Dr. Fiona Short (fionashort@nhs.net) or Dr Jennie Button ( jenniebutton@nhs.net).