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Vacancies

GP Locum

To Cover Maternity Leave

6 Month Fixed Term Contract

Larwood & Village Surgeries

Worksop, Nottinghamshire S81 0 HH

 

We are looking for a GP to cover maternity leave - 8 clinical sessions a week commencing at the beginning of March until 13th August.  We have two clinical teams, one team covers our 3 villages sites and one covers our larger town practice.  All have the benefits of a smaller/medium sized team whilst gaining the advantages of working for a larger organisation. 

 

Days of working would be Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  On call days would be Fridays.  The practice also undertakes extended hours  until 20:00 on a Thursday (your day off will be rearranged that week) and from 08:00-12:00 on a Saturday, these will be undertaken on a rota basis.

 

  • 14 Partners
  • 27,500 patients
  • High achieving practice
  • RCGP Quality practice Award and MPLO status
  • Training practice
  • Experienced and well developed nurse and administrative team
  • Close to A1 and M1 and within easy commuting distance from Sheffield, Doncaster, Chesterfield and Mansfield.  London less than 1.5 hours by train

 

Please visit our website www.larwoodsurgery.co.uk for further information about our surgery and obtain an application pack.

 

You may also email our practice manager sarah.dale2@nhs.net or Business manager lisa.johnson18 @nhs.net  to arrange an informal visit.

 

Closing Date: March 2014

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Nurse Practitioner

Full time

 Salary negotiable

 

Larwood surgery has a walk-in centre for patients who are registered with us to access when requesting a “same day” appointment. We need a further nurse practitioner to compliment this service. The environment is busy and applicants must be capable of rising to the challenge. The range of conditions presenting varies from minor illness to acute onset, urgent conditions. When not based in the walk-in service you will undertake chronic disease management reviews.

 

The applicant needs to have experience in the management of minor illness/injury. A prescribing qualification is essential.  Experience of chronic disease management is also a requirement of this post 

 

We are seeking to appoint someone who will provide and maintain a high standard of nursing care for patients and integrate well with team members.

 

For an informal chat/ application form and job description please contact Stephanie Savage on 01909 500233.

 

NMC membership paid

Indemnity paid

Westfield membership paid (after successful probationary period)

Childcare voucher scheme available

NHS Pension

We support continual professional development

 

THE CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS 28th March 2014

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Nurse_Practitioner_Job_description--Feb_2014[1].doc

Nursing_Application_Form_and_Declaration_form[1].doc

 



Noticeboard

Larwood and Village Surgeries Awarded QPA award

Larwood and Village Surgeries has been recognised for its high quality of care to patients by being awarded the Quality practice Award (QPA) .

The QPA is a standards based quality accreditation process designed to improve patient care, it rewards the commiment of the entire team of staff for providing high quality care for patients within a learning and adaptive environment.

Having met defined criterion in six categories, including being able to respond to patient needs and wants, the practice were able to demonstrate their quality of service in a visit by assessors.

Practice GP, Dr Christopher Stanley said "I am extremely pleased that we acheived the QPA. I am proud of our excellent team of staff that continue to show their dedication to providing a high quality healthcare service"

"We have worked hard to achieve this award over the last two years and remain committed to continually improving services for our patients."

 
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