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Vacancies

GP Vacancy

We have a great opportunity for an enthusiastic GP to join our CQC rated Outstanding Practice in the South Lakes town of Milnthorpe.

This would suit a GP looking for a salaried post or with a view to partnership. You would be working alongside three highly experienced partners and a salaried GP, who together with the Practice team are passionate about providing high quality care to their patients, in a friendly and supportive environment.

Park View Surgery prides itself on being a caring patient centred Practice, successful and respected in our Locality. General Practice is the heart of the NHS and we believe in the cradle to grave continuity offered to our Patients. We work hard to ensure our Practice is outward thinking, progressive, inclusive and caring; taking care of our staff to take the best care of our Patients.



    • EMIS Web

    • Learning and continuous improvement culture

    • Supportive and Experienced Clinical Team

    • Experienced administrative support – Document Management fully implemented

    • Member of Morecambe Bay Federation

    • Active involvement in the Development of our Primary Care Network

    • Regular clinical meetings

    • Supportive and reflective ethos



We have 6 clinical sessions a week available from January 2020. If you have the motivation, skills and ambition to be actively involved in the progression of our Practice you should contact us; we would be delighted to welcome you.

On the edge of the Lake District National Park and with easy links to the University town of Lancaster, Milnthorpe is a great place to live and work.

Please contact Dr Jim Hacking Jim.Hacking@GP-P81113.nhs.uk Or Practice Manager Sue Evans Sue.Evans@GP-P81113.nhs.uk for more information and to arrange an informal visit.

To apply please send us an up to date CV with covering letter. Closing date 10th September 2019.



 
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