|Salary:||£88,863 pro-rata. £10,155 per session (4 hours)|
|Placed On:||28th March 2023|
|Closes:||23rd April 2023|
Contract: Open ended
Working pattern: 10 sessions (across 2 posts). Working pattern to be agreed.
Have you ever considered working in Student Health?
Working with young adults is a rewarding and fascinating experience, with the opportunity to develop new knowledge & skills in managing complex mental health, eating disorders, gender dysphoria, complex contraception presentations and sexual health. If you are interested in making a difference to young people and would like to help our patients manage their health and wellbeing to allow them to succeed academically and beyond, then we have the ideal post for you.
We have job opportunities for Associate GPs (similar to Salaried GPs), offering clinical sessions and with the potential for some clinical leadership work.
There is dedicated time for administrative tasks and no home visits. We offer a mix of face to face and telephone consultations, and we can offer flexibility in the number of sessions and days worked.
There is in-house training, funding for PDP, and opportunities to develop in new areas. We are happy to provide a supported role for newly qualified GPs and would encourage and support new GPs in joining the 2-year Fellowship in General Practice, to include the development of projects within the practice or PCN.
We are a supportive friendly group that has lunch and coffee together most days and meets up once a fortnight for a clinical governance meeting.
Come and meet us! We are looking for someone who wants to be part of a great clinical team to provide excellent patient care to young people. We would love to show you round the practice and introduce you to the unique & rewarding world of student health. We are based in a large modern building near Sheffield Student Union. We are part of the university and therefore benefit from the University of Sheffield terms and conditions.
Further information about the University Health Service can be found at www.sheffield.ac.uk/ health-service
If you think that you would be excited to be part of a team that works hard to improve the way that we work in order to deliver the best possible service to our patients, then the next step is to view the supporting documentation by clicking on the About the Job and About the University located near the top of your screen.
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