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Beccles Medical Centre are seeking an additional full-time or part-time Practice Nurse to join our team of clinicians.


The role will include general practice nurse duties such as long term conditions, immunisation, cervical cytology, family planning and dressings.  Previous experience in general practice is desirable, but not essential. 

Practice Nurse Job Description


Applications to include CV via NHS Jobs reference J180-A-19-304209


For further information please contact Alison Arnold, Practice Administrator. 

Closing date: Thursday 20th June 2019


with Portfolio 

You want to develop your career and improve your work-life balance

You want to be part of a friendly team in a great location

We are looking for GPs who want to further a portfolio via supported learning and practice. We work in new ways, drawing on best practice from across the country, offering a protected workload which allows you to finish on time so you can enjoy a good quality of life balanced within a rewarding role. 

 Our clinical team work together to ensure no-one is working in isolation. We all meet for coffee twice a day allowing support for discussing cases and decompressing.  Beccles is a market town on the edge of the Norfolk Broads with good access to Norwich, the coast and a heated outdoor Lido!

We are offering up to 2 FTE Portfolio posts for a fixed term of 2 years, with a choice of focus on frailty, urgent care, diabetes or leadership. All would lead to further postgraduate certification with protected opportunities for personal and practice development.

Interested in finding out more?

Give us a call on 01502 712662and ask for Dr Julia McLean

Job Description - Salaried GP with Portfolio 

Person Specification - Salaried GP with Portfolio

Closing Date: Friday 19th July 2019 

Applications to include CV via NHS Jobs reference J180-A-19-306989

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