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Associate GP


Carn to Coast Health Centres is a large, stable and progressive GP Practice centred in Pool (Redruth), created through a successful process of federation and merger.  We provide a familiar style of service to patients locally, while taking advantage of the benefits of scale to maintain an efficient organisation offering clinicians genuine career opportunities and a supportive, resilient environment in which to practise.

Owing to continuing growth in our patient list (now around 30,000 across our sites) we maintain an ‘open door’ policy on recruitment, which means that we welcome contact from GP’s and other clinicians interested in finding out more. Our main package for salaried GP’s includes a basic salary of £83,200 per annum for full-time (8 sessions), or pro rata for part-time, plus benefits. For those seeking portfolio careers and more flexible arrangements we are always ready to discuss tailored employment packages where these make sense both for us and for you. There are also opportunities for progression to partnership.

About Us:-

Thriving 9 Partner training practice with dispensing & research activity;

Regular meetings (clinical, safeguarding, significant events etc.);

Team environment backed up with substantial managerial and administrative support for clinicians;

Mixed urban, rural & semi-rural population;

Fully skill-mixed team including paramedics & nurse practitioners: team approach to on-call & visiting;

Consistent achievement of 100% QOF;

EMIS Web clinical system, Docman workflow and e-Consult.

Our clinicians have said "Best place I've ever worked" "It’s such a great team" "I never feel alone and am always supported".  Come and find out why!

If you are interested please contact Veronica Pascoe, HR Manager by e-mail in the first instance: veronica.pascoe@nhs,net

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