From road accidents to heart attacks, you can be the only doctor around until more help arrives, sometimes by helicopter.
Living and working in stunning scenery, with the occasional chance to enjoy it too.
It’s true that on-call can extend beyond typical commitments of a city-based GP, but the satisfaction of serving a close-knit community can be unparalleled.
Rediscover your sound clinical reasoning, when access to blood tests and imaging is a good ambulance/ferry/helicopter trip away
The Royal College of General Practitioners (Scotland) is pleased to announce the launch of GP of the Year 2014. Each year RCGP Scotland, the professional membership organisation for general practitioners, seeks recommendations from patients or family members to nominate their GP for the prestigious RCGP Scotland GP of the Year Award for outstanding standards of patient […]
SALARIED GP VACANCY (Partnership vacancy also available) We are a friendly, innovative and forward thinking Practice situated in the rural town of Turriff. Due to retirement we are looking to recruit a flexible, motivated Salaried GP 6 sessions per week to join our team 17c Practice with 7,500 Patients Training and Teaching Practice Community Hospital […]
(Salaried post also available) We are a friendly, innovative and forward thinking Practice situated in the rural town of Turriff. Due to retirement we are looking to recruit a Partner Part-Time – 4 sessions per week 17c Contract with 7,500 Patients Training and Teaching Practice Outside interests and personal development encouraged INPS Vision Clinical System, […]
Would you like to work in the Outer Hebrides, in a stunning location with a supportive team? Are you looking for plenty of personal development and the relative stability of the Scottish NHS? Due to retirement, we are looking for a replacement partner to join our 4 partner practice, starting from the 1st January 2015 […]
Red Whale runs a number of courses across the country, including their flagship ‘GP Update’. Each year they try to coincide the timing of their Inverness course with the RPAS Conference, which this year runs on 6th-8th November 2014: GP Update will run on the day (Wednesday) before, so that if you’re booking travel and locums, […]
The annual RPAS (Remote Practitioners’ Association of Scotland) conference will be held on Thursday 6th to Saturday 8th November 2014. As with tradition, it will once again be held at the Craigmonie Hotel in Inverness. The programme includes a keynote speech from Mr Alex Neil MSP, and Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Health & Wellbeing, on the […]
We are seeking a permanent, part-time general practitioner to join this small Coromandel community. The practice has around 700 registered patients, a mix of Māori and Pākehā, from both low and high socio-economic demographics. The ideal working hours would be one session per day, five days per week. However, the practice is very open to other […]
Part-time (3 session) Salaried GP – Kirkcowan/Newton Stewart, South West Scotland. We are a rural practice covering two sites (one dispensing) in beautiful South West Scotland. Rural Galloway offers everything for a great quality of life – home to the Food town, Book town, nationally renowned mountain bike trails, fishing, walking and many other outdoor […]
RCGP Scotland has today published its Rural Strategy report, written by GPs Miles Mack, Hal Maxwell, John Gillies and David Hogg. Here, one of the authors, David, provides his personal thoughts on the paper… Being a rural GP can be great. In 2005 I delighted in experiencing my first student surgery whilst on a GP placement with […]
We are seeking a female General Practitioner to join this friendly group practice on Waiheke Island. As we are an Accident and Medical (Urgent Care) Clinic, it would be beneficial to have trauma experience. Working four days a week you will enjoy a work life balance that enables you to make the most of your […]