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Links Medical Practice


GP Vacancy, 4-8 Sessions per week, flexible start date


 


Due to retirement, we are looking for a GP to join our friendly, flexible, forward thinking family at Links Medical Practice to help continue providing a high standard of care for our 8,500 patients. 


 


Links Medical Practice is located in the pleasant tree-lined surroundings of the old City Hospital site, with ample parking, close to the beach and city centre amenities.


 


We have an excellent team, including six GP partners, salaried GP, advanced nurse practitioner, pharmacist, and a very experienced practice nursing team. We are also an approved training practice which takes foundation doctors, GP trainees and medical students. We are co-located in our purpose-built premises with our health visiting and district nursing teams.


 


We pride ourselves in good communication within the whole practice team and have regular social activities, enjoyed by all.


 


Aberdeen is a vibrant, multicultural, cosmopolitan city with good local schools, two universities and the largest hospital campus on one site in Europe. There is easy access to many attractions in Grampian and the Highlands.  Outdoor activities include walking, climbing, skiing, cycling, surfing, plus the castle and whisky trails.


 



  • High QOF achieving practice

  • No out-of-hours requirement but local sessions available if desired

  • Paperlite with Vision and Docman

  • Protected Admin Time

  • Mentorship available

  • Flexible working

  • Outside interests encouraged


 


We welcome informal enquiries by email to Dr Peter Watson peter.watson4@nhs.net and Dr Fiona Lopez fiona.lopez@nhs.net


 


Application by CV and covering letter to susan.reynolds2@nhs.net


Closing date for application: 15th December 2017

Screening

Screening Services

As part of our on-going screening processes, you may be invited to attend the surgery even if you are not ill. For example cervical smears are carried out routinely every three years for women aged between 25 – 64. The practice can also arrange contact for you with chiropodists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, dietitians, social workers, clinical psychologists, child guidance, marriage guidance and home care.
 
Bowel Screening
 

Bowel cancer is the third most common cancer in Scotland after lung and breast cancer. Every year, almost 4,000 people are diagnosed with the disease.

The Scottish Bowel Screening Programme will invite all men and women in Scotland between the ages of 50 to 74 for screening every two years.

For more information www.bowelscreening.scot.nhs.uk

 
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