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Salaried GP Associate Position 

An opportunity has arisen within AshLea Medical Practice for a 4 session Salaried GP Associate position. We are a 2 site GMS practice in Ashtead and Leatherhead in Surrey, with 9 partners and approximately 60 staff, our multi-disciplinary team including 6 Associate GPs, GPwSIs, a Pharmacist, Specialist Diabetic Nurses and Sonographers.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed individual who will be working these sessions on a Wednesday and Thursday, plus one other day to be agreed each week at Linden House Surgery in Leatherhead. As a long-established training / mentoring practice, there is a strong ethos of investing in continued personal development for each individual member of our team and the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate their ambitions and aspirations at interview.

For further details and expressions of interest, in the first instance please contact:

Lucy Shabrokh – Practice Manager

Email: lshabrokh@nhs.net

Job Description - Salaried GP

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