Many doctors spend a large part of their careers working in a salaried capacity. For some doctors, it is the first step on the path to a partnership, for others, working as a salaried GP bring the benefits of working in general practice without the extra responsibility, time and uncertainty of partnership.
Dr Yehya Ghonem
MB ChB 2011 Alexandria University, MBBCH, MRCGP
Dr Elizabeth Logan
MB BS 2014 Kings College London
A GP Registrar is a junior doctor training in a GP's surgery under the supervision of an approved GP trainer. The GP registrar year is the last year of a 5-year training period to become a GP in the UK.
Dr Babajide Odusan
MB ChB 2013 Obafemi Awolowo University
Dr Sarah Bremner
MB ChB 2019 University of Liverpool
A locum doctor is one who temporarily fills a rota gap within a hospital, clinic or general practice. This can often be on a relatively short-term basis, although in the healthcare sector, it’s not uncommon for locums to hold their post as part of a practice’s core medical team for more extended periods. Anyone with a medical degree and full GMC registration can become a locum
Dr Paul Mulcrone (from 1st October)
MB ChB 1998 University of Dundee
Dr Venkat Patil
MMBS, DFFP, MRCGP
FY2 Foundation Doctor
A foundation doctor is a grade of medical practitioner in the United Kingdom undertaking a two-year general postgraduate medical training programme, which forms the bridge between medical school and specialist/general Practice training. They are normally attached for three months
Advanced Paramedic Practitioner
An Advanced Paramedic Practitioner's role in the Practice is to work within the community providing a holistic approach including assessment, diagnosis and treatment to deliver quality patient services. The Advance Practitioner will use their advanced clinical skills to see and treat patients at home and in the Practice.
Emma Holmes (on maternity leave)