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Woodlands Park Health Centre, Wideopen, Newcastle-upon-Tyne GP required – Partner or Salaried
4 - 6 sessions (negotiable)
Do you have the energy and enthusiasm to be part of a successful, innovative and happy team?
A GP is needed for between 4 and 6 sessions a week to join our friendly well organised practice. This can be on either a salaried of partnership basis. Applications from experienced or newly qualified GPs welcomed.
Wideopen is a suburb of the vibrant city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with the beautiful Northumberland countryside and coast a short drive away.
  • Approx. 5250 patients served from modern purpose-built premises (single site)
  • Traditional doctor-patient relationship and continuity of care highly valued
  • GMS practice
  • Active member of Tynehealth GP Federation
  • CQC rated ‘Good’ with 99% QOF achievement
  • SystmOne and paperlight
  • Established GP Training Practice (Northumbria VTS) with GP Registrar and F2 doctor teaching
  • Opportunities for out-of-hours or extended access hub working available if desired
  • Special interests encouraged
  • 15 min GP appointments
  • Excellent and fully supportive multi-disciplinary team
    Closing Date: Friday 9 March 2018 however we are prepared to wait for the right applicant!
    For lots more information, an informal chat, visit or formal application with CV – please contact Dr

    Alan McCubbin.
    Tel: 0191 236 2366
    Address: Woodlands Park Health Centre, Canterbury Way, Wideopen, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE13 6JJ Web:
                                             27th April 2018unknownunknownunknownCOURSE OBJECTIVES
This one-day practical skills training course is aimed at general practitioners with an interest in ENT.
The course aims to reinforce the basic concepts and techniques in ENT, train candidates efficient ENT examination and to inform GP`s of regional treatment and protocols for common ENT conditions
The practical aspect of the course will refresh clinical skills in assessment and examination.

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