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Salaried Gp, Slough, Slough, Menlo Park Recruitment

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
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Salaried Gp, Slough, Slough, Menlo Park Recruitment
United Kingdom, Berkshire, Slough,
Published June 30, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Salaried gp, slough
Min. Salary: 88000
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Background - Flexibility as standard - this is an incredible chance to take a role with a highly regarded GP training practice where the working hours and patterns are built around the GPs. With flexible hours, 50% remote working, 15-minute appointments and one of the best salary packages in the area this is without a doubt one of the best roles available in the area. Salary - £11,000 per sessions Indemnity paid 6 weeks annual leave 1 week study leave Location - Slough The benefits - Opportunity to work 50% remote/home working Dual screens provided for home 15-minute appointment More complex patients are booked into 30-minute slots Unparalleled flexibility £88,000 FTE Indemnity paid 6 weeks' annual leave 1 week study leave NHS pension Your role - Salaried GP Between 4-8 sessions available Contribute to a vibrant clinical team Outstanding, low workloads The surgery - Highly respected in the local area GP training Modern purpose-built premises Supportive and democratic team GP training with ST3 GPs and Medical Students Democratic and non-hierarchical practice Experienced and diverse allied healthcare team Fantastic support in place both clinical and administrative Emis Next Steps: For further details on this exceptional role, please click the Apply Now button. If you can specify a best time to talk, please do; we will get in touch when it suits you best. You will then be contacted by one of our specialist consultants, who will provide you with further details about the role. If you would like to talk, please give us a call on 0113 350 1308. Please note, any contact is in the strictest confidence and we will not send your details to any practice without your expressed consent to do so. We have been voted as the 2021 Most Outstanding Primary Care Recruitment Company, at the Global Excellence Awards. We are also Recruitment Agency of the Year at the General Practice Awards, and finalists for the HealthInvestor Awards, so in dealing with us you'll be in safe hands For every placement we make, Menlo Park plants two trees We plant one on your behalf and the other on the surgery's behalf. By planting two trees we offset 0.6 tonnes of CO2, the equivalent of driving 1,466 miles in a standard car. We want to contribute towards helping save the planet David Murphy

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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