Partner/Salaried GP Vacancy - Pen - y - Cae Surgery
Time to work in a well-established friendly practice where people actually still enjoy going to work? Then read on.
Pen Y Cae Surgery is a well-establish practice founded in 2005 and is situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park in Blaenau Gwent, the birth place of our NHS. We are a newly accredited GP training practice and established teaching practice for medical students from Cardiff Medical School. We offer a happy work place where we operate in a supportive team – we actually don’t mind coming to work!
Our GP team is made up of 3.75 WTE with 5 Partners and 1 salaried GP looking after 6,900 patients. Our GP’s are fully supported by an exceptional nursing team comprising of an ANP, Practice Nurse, 2 Health Care Assistants and a phlebotomist, practice based pharmacist, excellent management and admin team who focus on supporting patients and clinicians. We are dynamic, progressive, friendly and supportive practice who pride ourselves on high quality patient centred care and our involvement with our local neighbourhood care network.
The practice is involved in a compassionate communities initiative with the local cluster group, being able to offer our patients social prescribing and we are fully supported by a practice link worker to assist in a wider community team approach to patient care.
• We are high achieving practice with 100% QOF year on year
• High achieving on local enhanced services and key performance indicators
• Vision users
• Training practice / medical student teaching
• We are IT innovative practice
• Cluster working in Blaenau Gwent West NCN along with 5 other practices
• Close colleague support and opportunities for development
We have a vacancy due to retirement of one of our partners. If you are enthusiastic, committed to making a difference and want to be part of a harmonious happy team then give us a call. We are ideally looking for 6-8 sessions, salaried or partner capacity, initially with a 6 month period of mutual assessment, after which discussions on the possibility of partnership could take place, but happy to discuss individual needs.
Salaried GP Vacancy - St Julian's Medical Centre - Newport
Position: Salaried GP with a view to Partnership
Hours: 4 - 6 Sessions (to be confirmed)
St Julian’s Medical Centre is a 6 partner training practice close to M4. We are looking for a Salaried GP, with a view to partnership, to join our forward thinking practice.
Our Primary Care Team consists of 6 GP Partners, 1 Salaried GP, Practice Manager, 3 Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacist, 5 Practice Nurses, 2 Healthcare Assistants, Deputy Manager and Receptionists/Administrative Staff.
The practice has 13,600 patients, and the practice area extends from Caerleon to the centre of Newport, giving a diverse and interesting demographic. The practice operates from a purpose-built surgery which is owned by the partners. We achieve high QOF/QUAIF scores, and we provide the full range of enhanced services. We use the Vision 360 Clinical System, and are members of the Newport East NCN.
Salary: xxx. There will be a 6 month period of mutual assessment, after which point there will be an opportunity to discuss the possibility of partnership.
An enhanced disclosure barring service check will be undertaken prior to employment, and the practice will meet the disclosure expense.
For further information and a job description please contact Lynne Barry Practice Manger/ Emma Hughes Deputy Manager.
St Julians Medical Centre 13a Stafford Road, Newport NP19 7DQ
BMA Quality First
The GPC document - Quality first: managing workload to deliver safe patient care confirms that, despite pressures, the safe provision of care to patients must remain GPs’ overriding priority, and so with reference to this the LMC informs that consultation is underway about how LMC can support practices with this approach.
The LMC has now presented this approach to the Medical Director, the CEO and also at a meeting with the Clinical Directors in August.
It is hoped that this advice, documents and standard template letters, that can be sent back to the requestor, will allow practices to control the influx of innapropriate workload.
We have also included a standardised form, for practices to report back to the LMC, which will allow monitoring of any inappropriate work transfer on a regular basis. This will continue to inform discussion with ABUHB representatives and identify any service gaps in provision.
GPC Wales Clarification of the WIS Webinar on the COVID Vaccine
Please find attached a letter from GPC Wales clarifying certain statements made at last night’s COVID-19 vaccination webinar.
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