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Job Vacancies

Any current vacancies at the Practice are set out below. However, we are always interested in speaking to clinicians wanting to come and work at an innovative and dynamic GP practice based in the heart of Cornwall.

ST AUSTELL HEALTHCARE NOW RECRUITING SALARIED GPs 

We are currently recruiting salaried GPs to work with St. Austell Healthcare, between 2 and 8 sessions available. £9500 per session per annum.  6 weeks A/L, 1 wk. study leave (pro-rata)  12.5 min. appt. times.

We are a 32,000 patient practice, one of the first wave of NAPC Primary Care Home sites in England.   Nationally and locally recognised leaders in innovative working we provide a cohesive, sustainable and invigorated model of primary care, fit for the future.  We currently work over 5 sites, one of which is a Nurse led Acute Care Hub.

We are based in St. Austell, a historic market town, situated by the coast and surrounded by the China Clay mining area and other rural communities. We are within 2 miles of Eden, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the picturesque port of Charlestown. 

We have a diverse clinical team including:

    • Five Minor Illness Nurses
    • Clinical Pharmacist
    • Nurse Practitioner
    • Diabetes Specialist Nurse
    • ECP providing a daily visiting service
    • Social Prescribing Team
    • Integrated Community Nursing Team

We are high QOF achievers and offer a full range of enhances services.   We use TPP SystmOne Clinical System. We are a well-established GP training practice recently extended to Student Nurses.

If you are interested in working within an exciting primary care environment at the forefront of modern general practice and would like more information please contact: 

Interested?

To find out more about contact Bridget Sampson, Managing Partner – tel. 01726 626842 email: bridget.sampson@nhs.net for an informal (and of course confidential) chat.



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