The Croydon GP Collaborative is currently recruiting for:

 

GP Fellow.

Job description - This year the Fellowship will be in Living With and Beyond Cancer. You will spend 4 sessions working as a Salaried Doctor in Croydon. 4 Sessions on rotation in Cancer Care, overseen and managed by Dr Anthony Cunliffe, Medical Director for Macmillan. 2 sessions will be spent on the educational component of the programme. We have opportunity to negotiate the salary for some of the sessions, if you are interested. For a full job description, click here

How to Apply - For more information about how to apply and remuneration please access this document.

 

A Hybrid (Portfolio) Role Doctor

Job description - This post is for at least 4 sessions as a Salaried Doctor in a Croydon General Practice and at least 4 sessions working as a Specialist Doctor in the Croydon Complex Care Support Team. This is a new opportunity, one that we hope you will find very interesting, particularly for those of you who requested the opportunity to work in portfolio roles. You will be mentored by a GP in the practice and by a Community Geriatrician. For a full job description, click here

How to Apply - For more information about how to apply please access this document.

 

Operations Manager

Job Description - The Croydon Urgent Care Alliance (CUCA) is responsible for the delivery of Integrated Urgent Care (IUC) services in Croydon. CUCA is made up CGPC, Croydon Health Services and AT Medics. CGPC and CHS, in partnership, operate the UCC, GP OOHs  and Roving GP services. The Operations Manager will oversee CGPC's element of service delivery, in particular, OOHs and the Roving GP service. For more information about this role then please access the job description

How to Apply - To apply for this role please your CV and a Cover Letter to croydon.gpc@nhs.net

 

Urgent Care General Practitioners

Job description - CUCA is responsible for the delivery of IUC services in Croydon. CUCA is made up of the CGPC, Croydon Health Services and AT Medics. CGPC and CHS, in partnership, operate the UCC, GP OOHs and Roving GP services. The Urgent Care/OOHs General Practitioner will work as part of a Multidisciplinary Team (MTD) including emergency nurse practitioners, nurses, healthcare assistants, pharmacists and ED consultants.

How to Apply - For more information about how to apply and remuneration please access this document.