Locum General Practitioner - Stratford

  • Job Reference: 00000341-1
  • Date Posted: 7 February 2024
  • Recruiter: GP World
  • Location: Stratford
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: GP
  • Job Type: Locum
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Toby Rodd
  • Email: toby.rodd@gpworld.co.uk

Job Description

Are you a dedicated General Practitioner seeking a rewarding opportunity in Stratford, East London? GP World is currently recruiting for a passionate GP to join our esteemed team.

Join GP World as a General Practitioner in the vibrant area of Stratford, East London. With regular sessions available ranging from 2 to 6 per week, you'll have the flexibility to tailor your schedule to your preferences. Sessions are structured as 4-hour blocks during surgery times from 0800 to 1800, allowing for variation based on demand. Each session involves 3 hours dedicated to patient care, managing a workload of 18 patients through 10-minute appointments conducted face-to-face, over the telephone, or via eConsult. Additionally, 1 hour is allocated for administrative tasks, both on-site and self-generated. With a competitive salary of £320 per session or £640 per day, this role offers financial stability and recognition for your expertise.


  • GMC Registration
  • Relevant experience

Choose GP World for a rewarding career experience. Benefit from a competitive session-based salary that recognizes your skills and dedication. Enjoy flexible session schedules, allowing you to maintain a healthy work-life balance and accommodate your availability. Receive comprehensive patient management support and efficient administrative procedures, ensuring smooth and streamlined operations. Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to make a meaningful impact in patient community. Apply now and join our team at GP World!

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