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Advanced Nurse Practitoner or Salaried GP, Primary Integrated Community Services

Closing Date 06-05-2019
Contact Email ksallis@nhs.net
Organisation Primary Integrated Community Services
Location Nottingham
Salary Negotiable

Primary integrated Community services are recruiting experienced, dedicated and patient focussed advanced nurse practitioners and salaried GP’s to join their expanding team of professionals working over a wide area of GP practices and community services within Nottinghamshire.

We can offer portfolio working across practices and have opportunities to experience new methods of working through salaried and fellowship opportunities. PICS are a GP owned forward thinking organisation that provides primary care & local community services across Nottinghamshire. Providing high quality care to our patients, families and carers- and one another with a passion for innovative, responsive community care.

Developmental opportunities

If you are keen to develop your professional portfolio we will support & mentor you to gain a specialist interest in any of the following areas:-

  • Pain
  • Gynaecology
  • Respiratory

The benefits

  • Flexibility – Hours & pay negotiable.
  • 6 weeks holiday pro rata and 1-week study leave (extra negotiation if completing a qualification)
  • NHS pension
  • We include an evolving network of GP Practices within Nottinghamshire that are responsive to the changing climate of General Practice.
  • Great working environment. Part of a supportive team network.

Start Date:

Immediate starts available , subject to all the usual HR checks

How to Apply:

Please see our Adverts on NHS Jobs
For further information please contact or Heidi Lewis on 0115 883 4171, or Dr Kerri Sallis on 07769284264 or ksallis@nhs.net.

For formal applications, please apply via NHS Jobs at www.jobs.nhs.uk

Please visit our website here for further information on PICS.

We would be very receptive to meet and talk to interested candidates including newly qualified GPs.