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GP Jobs Bulletin - 18th October 2021
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GP Job of the Week: Lead GP, HMP Dovegate, Staffordshire GP Job of the Week: Lead GP, HMP Dovegate, Staffordshire
Practice Plus Group, a leading provider of healthcare services in prisons and youth offender establishments, is looking to recruit a lead GP to work in HMP Dovegate in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire.
 

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Lead General Practitioner - HMP Dovegate , Practice Plus Group
Up to £117,300 per annum DOE, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
Salaried GP , Major Recruitment
£50000 - £100000 per annum + NHS Pension,Indemnity,AL,Study, Brighton
Salaried GP , St Georges Medical Centre
Competitive salary depending on experience (with potential for partnership), Cambridgeshire
GP Partner / Salary , The Chestnuts Surgery
Flexible position in a friendly and supportive environment for GPs to practice safely effectively., Sittingbourne, Kent
Salaried GP , Thames Avenue Surgery
£10,000 per session, per year, Rainham, Gillingham
Salaried GP , Better Health MCR
Up to £9,000 + paid non-clinical (equivalent to £10,125 per clinical session) + MDU + study budget, Manchester, Greater Manchester
General Practitioner - Practice based , Push Doctor
competitive plus benefits, Warrington, Cheshire
GP Partner(s) , Chirk Surgery
High earning partnership - please contact the Practice Manager for further information, Castle Health Centre, Chirk, Wrexham
Private GP , The Independent General Practice
Up to £136,500 per annum (pro rata), Cardiff and Newport
Partner GP , Park View Group Practice
80%-100% Parity dependent upon experience, Stockport, Greater Manchester
 
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