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NHS Prescription Fee

Please be aware that the NHS Prescription fee will rise to £9.00 from the 1st April 2019.


We currently have the following vacancies at the practice:

  • Salaried GPs (4 to 8 sessions/pw)
  • Practice Nurse (RGN) (36hrs/wk)

For more information and an application pack, click here.


Opportunities for Salaried GPs

Flexible roles of 4 to 8 Sessions per wee

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Maternity GP Locum 8 sessions p/w

Salary £9.5k/session + Defence Contributions + GMC

Starting from September 2018 for up to 12 months

We are a friendly, innovative semi-rural training practice on the Lincolnshire/Cambridgeshire border. We have a recently expanded our main site which is both modern and purpose built.

We provide an extensive range of services. The Practice is a long-established training practice with an excellent reputation; we provide a wide range of core and noncore services

We achieve a good work/life balance and are committed to mentoring and encouraging professional development for our whole team.

We have a multidisciplinary team to care for our patients, which includes:

  • 10 Partners, 4 Salaried GPs, 1 ANP, 9 Nurses and 4 Health Care Assistants
  • Personal Lists
  • Committed to education and training of doctors and nurses,
  • On-site services include, ultrasound, physiotherapy, minor surgery
  • List size 24,000+ over two sites

Informal enquiries and visits welcome, please contact our Business Manager, Mrs Jo Kevan, on 01778 579000 or email:

Practice Nurse (RGN) (36 hrs/wk)

We are currently looking for an experienced RGN nurse to join our busy nursing team; required to work at both Market Deeping and Glinton sites. 

Experience of Primary Care is essential and Chronic Disease Management is desirable.

Application Form

Job Description

Person Specification

Practice Profile

Closing date:  28th March 2019

Provisional Interview date: TBC


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