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Job Vacancies

If you would like to submit a vacancy to this page, please email the BGPERT team .

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The NfP provide a weekly vacancy bulletin for jobs in General Practice for surgeries in the Wiltshire-Swindon-Bath area. 
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Job Vacancies & GPs Available

Added 22nd August

Salaried General Practitioner required - Pulteney Street Surgery and Bathampton Branch Site

Job Title: Salaried General Practitioner
Place of Work: Pulteney Street Surgery and Bathampton Branch Site
Accountable to: Partners
Sessions: 4 clinical sessions per week, Mondays & Tuesdays
Job Purpose: Provide medical services to a variety of patients in accordance with the practice Personal Medical Services (PMS) contract.

The practice is well placed in central Bath working from a Grade 1 listed Georgian town house with a large additional branch site in Bathampton. You will join a thriving and happy practice of over
11,000 patients with 6 General Practitioners, a Nurse Practitioner, an Advanced Care Practitioner and a full NHS complimentary team. There are 2 in-house pharmacies and a full NHS dental practice on site. We operate a GP telephone triage system at the practice using the TPP SystmOne clinical system.

Please see the full job description and person specification here.

Added 4th August

Practice Nurse Required – Grosvenor Place Surgery

We are looking for a part time Practice Nurse, or Registered Nurse to train as Practice Nurse, to join our small, friendly team, 3GPs 2 PNs, who value continuity of care in the Larkhall area of Bath.


Hours: 15-18 per week- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. Salary dependent on experience. We will support your training and ongoing education.


Please contact our PM Helen Harris helen.harris1@nhs.net or GP Nicole Howse nicole.howse@nhs.net


Start date Oct 2019.

  

 
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