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General Practitioner (RA)

City Health Care Partnership CIC
£75.93 to £117.17 an hour pa/pr (paid hourly - dependent on shift worked)
Closing date
1 Jun 2023

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Job summary

As part of the CHCP CIC Urgent Care Strategy and an ongoing commitment to providing an enhanced and quality Unscheduled/Out of Hours care service, we are now recruiting Out of Hours Doctors to work as part of the multi disciplinary team that will deliver these services. We are seeking highly motivated, suitably experienced and enthusiastic professionals to join the team and become part of this exciting and challenging initiative.

Main duties of the job

The post holder will be a fully experienced General Practitioner who will work as a part of a multi disciplinary team to provide services out of hours to meet the urgent health care needs of those people residing in the Hull and East Riding area. The post holder will be responsible for ensuring that the highest standard of clinical care is provided for patients across the service. The post holder will initiate clinical assessment including telephone triage, diagnosis, treatment, referral using a range of advanced skills and expert knowledge for patients presenting with undifferentiated and undiagnosed conditions. Doctors must have full GMC registration, Professional Medical qualification, Certificate of prescribed or equivalent experience (JCTGP) and/or A Certificate of Completion of Training and a commitment to ongoing professional development.

Medical indemnity will be provided for all contracted bank staff (does not include Provider to Provider contracts)

About us

At CHCP, we're passionate aboutpeopleand we know that you are too, that's why we're here isn't it? We recognise that high quality care is delivered by high quality professionals who are appreciated, respected and supported, which is why we want to give all our colleagues the chance to shine.

Work with us and you'll be more than just a number. Our people are our shareholders and their thoughts and opinions are always heard;at CHCP you have a real voice.

Compassion is at the heart of our business; we're a team of nearly 2,500 colleagues who work together to deliverfirst-class healthcareto thousands of people living in Hull, the East Riding, Knowsley, St Helens and Wigan. Local diversity demands diverse roles, that's why we have vacancies to suit everybody. No matter your role at CHCP, we'll support you to thrive.

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Job description

Job responsibilities

  • To support the provision of medical clinical input into the development of the Out of Hours Service.
  • To contribute to the development and dissemination of best practice.
  • To work closely with all other support services in the provision of urgent care services including Emergency Care Practitioners, 999 services and A&E, District Nurses, Palliative Care/ MacMillan Nurses, Intermediate Care, Community Wards, Social Services and Mental Health Services.
  • To provide clinical support to Healthcare Professionals as and when required.
  • To undertake telephone triage, consultations within the primary care centre and home visits.
  • To initiate clinical assessment including patients presenting with undifferentiated and undiagnosed conditions.
  • To ensure that accurate notes of all patient consultations and treatments are recorded and appropriate communication is made with the patients
  • To promote joint working across a range of secondary, primary, community and emergency services.
  • To participate in active audit of the service working closely with the Clinical Advisor.
  • To work flexibly in the provision of clinical support across the Hull and East Riding area
  • To provide clinical support and cover for other Primary Care Centres as and when required to meet the needs of the service.
  • To comply with CHCP Clinical Governance Standards and the Policies and Procedures of the PCT.
  • To attend relevant meetings when required.
  • To work with the Clinical Advisor and Service Manager to set and review own objectives for training, personal, and professional development.
  • To participate in annual appraisals.
  • To adhere to NHS Complaints Procedures where necessary.
  • Professional disciplinary matters may be referred directly to the GMC.
  • To provide support and leadership to less experienced staff
  • To take an active role as shift lead where needed on duty

Person Specification



  • JCPTGP Certificate

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