Job summary

Here is anopportunity to become part of our friendly and supportive team to help providegreat care for our 5100 patients.

We are looking for a salaried GP to recruit, working 6 sessions.

Main duties of the job

To work as anautonomous practitioner, responsible for the provision of medical services tothe practice population, delivering an excellent standard of clinical carewhilst complying with the PMS contract. Furthermore, the post-holder willadhere to the GMC standards for good medical practice, contributing to the effectivemanagement of the practice, leading by example, maintaining a positive,collaborative working relationship with the multidisciplinary team.

About us

We are looking forthe right candidate who is willing to join in and contribute to our practice.

We are afriendly and supportive practice basedin Washington with 5100 patients. Two GP partners are supported by brilliantteam of clinical and administrative staff who enable us to deliver effectivepatient care.

We are part of WashingtonPCN and have access to very supportive team of Social prescribers, Mentalhealth practitioners and clinical pharmacists as part of our PCN.

We consult using EMIS web system.

Job description

Job responsibilities


Sessions aremade up of fourteen appointments including face to face and telephoneappointments.

GP home visitsare conducted as required for care home and palliative patients.


General adminincluding referrals, correspondence, lab results, prescriptions, and documentprocessing.

One duty doctorsession per week, dealing with on the day requests, queries and emergencies andworking with our care coordinators.

Attendance at clinicalmeetings.

Contract / QOF/ audit work as and when required.

Insurancereports and other non-GMS work for patients as required.

Participate in ourSame Day Service rota, as well as Extended Hours as required.

EnsureMandatory training is kept up to date.

Person Specification

Knowledge & Skills


  • Have an understanding of the needs of the vulnerable groups of patients that are registered.
  • Understand the health and social needs of a local practice patient population.
  • Commitment to personal and professional development
  • Commitment to education and training
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent record keeping skills.
  • Understanding of the current issues and challenges facing primary care
  • Time management skills.
  • Good analytical skills.
  • Ability to take full and independent responsibility for clinical care of patients
  • Excellent patient manner
  • Desirable

  • Understanding/knowledge of:
  • Quality & Outcomes Framework (QOF)
  • Demand management
  • Read codes
  • Experience working with the homeless, looked after children, asylum seekers, refugees and other vulnerable groups.
  • Qualifications


  • Recent experience of working in general practice in the UK.
  • Fully qualified GP with GMC registration.
  • Be on the medical performers list.
  • Commitment to and experience of working as part of a multidisciplinary and skill mixed team environment.
  • Experience of working to achieve standards within the Quality
  • and Outcome Framework (QOF).
  • Annual appraisal and revalidation, when appropriate
  • Desirable

  • Evidence of independent working in General Practice
  • Experience of supporting service change
  • Evidence of participation in QOF
  • Evidence of participation in Audit
  • Additional qualifications in a specialist area or training and teaching, clinical diplomas.
  • Experience


  • A medical practitioner whose name is included in the
  • General Practitioner Register.
  • Qualified General Practitioner (completed certificate of
  • Completion of Training) (CCT)
  • DBS clearance
  • Desirable

  • Evidence of further postgraduate educational
  • activities in relevant fields
  • Evidence of working in a GP practice