GP Job of the Week: Salaried GP, Worcestershire

St John's Surgery in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire is looking for a salaried GP to work up to eight sessions per week, with job share considered.

The practice currently has six partners and five salaried GPs with a list size of 12,500. Due to expansion the practice is excited to be able to offer a further salaried position at the surgery.

The practice's spacious purpose-built premises was completed in 2011. St John's Surgery is a training practice with three registered GP trainers (one a salaried GP) that also teaches Birmingham University Medical Students

The practice is a high QOF achiever and its patient satisfaction scores on the GP Patient Survey put it in the top 10% of practices nationally.

For more details and to apply click here.

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