Salaried GP

Derbyshire, leicestershire, Northamptonshire
£90,000 to £110, 000 depending on experience
02 Aug 2019
02 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Out of Hours

Salaried GPs form part of the core medical team. They establish and maintain quality standards, develop and initiate new systems of working and encourage and promote the development of clinical governance.  Salaried GPs will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team of professional and administrative colleagues to provide a range of appropriate Urgent Care Services to the public within Derbyshire with the flexibility to be available across different sites if the need arises.  In addition it will be expected that you participate in clinical audit as required. 


Provide, as part of a core team of salaried GPs and Advanced Nurse Practitioners, a high quality Urgent Care service to the public within Derbyshire, Leicestershire or Northamptonshire in line with local and national priorities.

Provide consultation and appropriate clinical management of patients attending with injury and illness to the Primary Care / Urgent Care out of hours service.

In general the post holder will be expected to undertake all the normal duties and responsibilities associated with a GP working in Primary / Urgent Care.

Contribute to evaluation/audit, significant event reporting and clinical standard setting within the service.

Develop and encourage positive working relationships with local GP Practices, housing, social work, voluntary services, drug and alcohol, mental health, dental, secondary care and other appropriate services.

Keep contemporaneous, accurate and legible records of all patient contacts and contribute to electronic data recording and audit as directed by the service.

Participate in operational and strategic planning for the development of the organisation where appropriate.

Pursue continuing professional and personal development.  8 days study leave per year will be provided, pro rata, for CPD following discussion with the Clinical Director during the appraisal process. All study leave must be approved by the post holder’s line manager.

Significant event analysis will be undertaken with the Clinical/Managing Director. The Clinical Director will provide the appropriate clinical support as requested /required.   

Participate in development activity and projects within the organisation, Urgent Care Division (Derbyshire, Leicestershire or Northamptonshire), including development / review of protocols, documentation, clinical governance, audit activity, training and research.

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