SALARIED GPs – WANT A ROLE THAT SUPPORTS PATIENTS AND GIVES WORK/LIFE BALANCE?
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At Mayfield Medical Centre, we are building a new model for primary care – NO PARTNERS. All GPs are salaried and have a fantastic team of allied health professionals to work with. We are all employed by our local GP federation. Our team of 6 GPs have managed to keep going with locums, but would love to have one or two more regular salaried colleagues. It is a really interesting practice population and now is a great time to join and help us to innovate the provision of good primary care in a way that is manageable.
Flexible – 3-7 sessions available
£10-£11k per session based on experience & administrative responsibilities taken on
Competitive annual leave and study leave
· Excellent location on Surrey/Hampshire borders, good access to the M3 and 35-minute train service to Central London but with beautiful countryside nearby.
· Outstanding local schools.
· 6 Doctor Practice (9,500 patients), well supported by a strong multi-disciplinary team
· Home visits undertaken by Paramedic Practitioners.
· Direct Access Mental Health Support Worker on site 5 days per week.
· Full time Clinical Pharmacist.
· Practice-based Paramedic Practitioner.
· Direct access First Contact Physiotherapist.
· Modern, purpose-built premises.
· Strong links with aspirational/functional Farnborough Primary Care Network and particularly good relationships with other local practices and CCG primary care team.
· North East Hampshire was a Vanguard Site.
· CQC ‘good’ rating in all domains.
· Consistently high achieving QOF practice.
· IT Systems: EMIS Web, EPS & eRD advocates, Docman 10, eConsult, AccuRx.
To find out more or apply, please contact Mayfield and ask to speak to our HR manager Sarah Roberts
Non-urgent advice: Covid-19 Jab – Booster jabs (and jabs 1 or 2 if you missed them)
All adults are eligible from Monday 13th December for a booster jab, 3 months after their second dose.
All GP surgeries are working really hard to create as many vaccination appointments as possible, and all patients will be invited for their booster dose at the right time. Please bear with us. In order to vaccinate as many people as possible in the most safe way, we are prioritising booked appointments – we will contact you.
If you want to see what other options are available, please use the National Booking System here or call 119:
From 13 December for all those in their 30s and above
From 15 December to everyone over the age of 18
If you missed an earlier jab…
There is still time to get these. The NHS will contact you when a second jab is due, or you can use a walk-in Vaccination Centre or the National Booking system at the link above, or call 119. This can also be used for eligible children who have missed the school immunisation programme.
For more information on any of the above, please visit COVID-19 Vaccination | Frimley Health and Care
Non-urgent advice: Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its Impact on Services
During December some of our clinical staff have been deployed to support the COVID booster effort. Due to reduced clinical capacity, we may be asking patients to defer some routine or non urgent requests until the new year or we may redirect you to other services.
Generally, the volume of calls, requests and emails has increased hugely due to the pandemic but our team strives to answer the telephone and respond to requests as soon as they can; we apologise to you in advance if this is taking longer during these difficult times.
We are grateful for your understanding and patience. We continue to adapt our services in line with guidance from Public Health England and our CCG regarding how we provide care.
With the pandemic ongoing we need to ensure that the safety of our patients and staff is maintained. Patients who visit the practice may be vulnerable due to health issues, sickness and/or undergoing treatment so please continue to protect the NHS, yourself and others.
When visiting the practice, you will still be expected to wear a face mask and maintain social distance from others.
Reception is open for those attending appointments*.
Our waiting areas are open with reduced seating due to social distancing. For this reason, please arrive no more than 10 minutes prior to your appointment
*Please avoid visiting reception for general enquiries; a telephone call or e-Consult is our preference.
For Medical Advice/Appointments:
All initial GP contact is through telephone triage or by completing an eConsult, which may result in you being asked to attend the surgery for a face-to-face appointment.
Please use eConsult for non-urgent medical queries and sick notes. (e-Consult may be unavailable at times – if so see Out of Hours and Emergencies information further down this page.)
Covid-19 and pregnancy – latest research findings
We are proactively encouraging pregnant women to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Public Health England reported last week that 51,724 pregnant women in England have received at least one dose of the vaccine. While this is encouraging to see, hundreds of thousands of pregnant women remain unvaccinated.
COVID-19 infection in pregnancy carries a significant risk of hospital admission and a higher risk of severe illness than for the non-pregnant population – especially so in the third trimester – and a higher risk of preterm birth.
Research published on 25 July by UKOSS1 suggests that the Delta variant is associated with an increased risk of severe illness among hospitalised pregnant women, compared with the Alpha and ‘wildtype’ variants of previous waves.
The research also shows that of 171 pregnant women admitted to hospital between 16 May and 11 July, none had been fully vaccinated.
If you have not had a vaccination or need to book a 2nd or booster vaccine, please contact us
Non-urgent advice: Data Opt Out
Patients can choose to opt out of some (but not all) use of their confidential patient information, either with their GP Practice or at a national level.
The collection of GP Data for Planning and Research will now take place from 31st March 2022, giving more time to take feedback and then to communicate more widely with patients in a public conversation.
To find out more, see:
Out of Hours and Emergencies
111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free. Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals. They will ask you a series of questions to assess your symptoms and immediately direct you to the best medical care for you.
NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.
In case of a life threatening emergency, please dial 999
Online services allow you to:
- book, check or cancel appointments with a GP, nurse or other healthcare professional
- order repeat prescriptions
- see parts of your health record, including information about medicines, vaccinations and test results
- see communications between your GP surgery and other services, such as hospitals
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