GP Women's Health

Location:  Oxford
Date Posted:  02/02/2023

We are always keen to speak to GPs with special interests in Women’s Health.  We expect our Women’s Health GPs to have obtained, or be actively working towards the BMS advanced certificate.  Additional, we would expect you to have a wide range of experience in treating primary care gynaecological conditions, and be a qualified coil and implant fitter. Any experiences working in community gynaecology or similar would be advantageous. 

We pride ourselves on offering excellent working conditions,  flexibility and career progression.  Our minimum commitment is one fortnightly session (4 hours) and you have flexibility to swap and change sessions as and when space allows. 

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Burford women's health appointments available. Phone for availability.

New clinic opening in Reading: July 2024