Parkway Medical Group: General Practitioner

Parkway Medical Group has an exciting opportunity for a motivated and enthusiastic GP to join our friendly and forward thinking GP practice. We are prepared to be flexible and consider a Salaried GP/Salaried with a view to partner position. Ideally the post is for 6 sessions per week, but will negotiate for the right candidate.

You would also have an opportunity to be involved in the teaching of 3rd and 4th year Medical Students should you wish.

For applicants that are newly qualified GPs we would be supporting of the General Practice Fellowship for newly-qualified GPs to Practice Programme.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a well respected, practice in a popular suburban area of Newcastle, working in a modern purpose built premises.

  • Five GP Partners, one Salaried GP

  • An Advanced Nurse Practitioner,

  • Excellent Nursing Team consisting of Three Practice Nurses, two HCA and two Phlebotomists.

  • Supportive Administration team

  • Current 8667 list size

  • Weekly clinical meetings

  • Daily coffee break with the GP and ANP team

  • CQC rating Good in all areas December 2015

  • High QoF and enhanced service achievements year on year

  • Fully engaged with our newly formed Primary Care Network. PCN Group comprising of 6 like-minded GP Practices with a total patient population of 40,000 +

  • EMIS clinical system

  • Clinical Pharmacy hub support commencing 1.11.2021

Parkway Medical Group is a member practice of Newcastle Outer West PCN which gives access to pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, dietician, health and well being coaches, social prescribers, counsellors. Through the PCN we have excellent links with the voluntary sector and we have link workers for children and young people's mental health, patients with learning disabilities, adult mental health and those with long term conditions.

For further information, applications or an informal visit, please contact the Practice Manager Linda Varey Tel: 0191 2671773

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