Associate (Salaried) GP – Air Balloon Surgery, Bristol

A vacancy which would suit a newly qualified GP looking for their first steps in General Practice, or an established GP looking to develop their career.

We will support and develop new GPs with our new innovative induction programme, which includes protected weekly mentoring time.

We are a supportive, friendly, caring Practice and would be a great place to enhance your GP career. We are open to new ideas and ways of working.

We actively encourage colleagues to develop individual interests and value the importance of being inspired and enthused by our work.

Ensuring a healthy work-life balance is prominent in our decision making – we strive and continue to make adjustments to our working structure to ensure this. Your opinion and well-being matter.

We are a GP Training Practice. We support medical students, Foundation doctors and ST trainees, alongside a GP Retainer.

About us:
– 3 partners and 6 Associate (salaried) GP’s
– Mentoring scheme for Associates
– Extensively skilled nursing team
– Extremely supportive and highly-trained Reception Team.
– Prescribing clinical practice pharmacist – senior in local pharmacy pilot
– Nurse prescribers
– CPD well supported in-house and with external training
– Modern, spacious, purpose built premises
– GP Training practice
– Undergraduate teaching
– Research Practice
– Monthly whole-team lunch
– Close to the independent cafes of Church Road, including the award-winning Bristol Loaf.
– We are a registered Park-Run Practice.
– Achieved overall ‘good’ CQC rating

More information
Informal visits are very welcome. For more information, or for informal enquiries, please contact Dr Phil Simmons at  or Dr Simon Clausen at .

How to Apply
Applications can be made by submitting your CV and a covering letter, to .

Closing date: applications to be received by 08.00 on Thursday 17th October 2019. However, we may close this post earlier should we have identified suitable applicants before the closing date.

Interviews will be held on the morning of Thursday 24th October 2019 here at Air Balloon Surgery.