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with a view to partnership, to join our thriving, friendly and enthusiastic practice - 6 sessions

  • 5 Partners - Professor of GP - 3 Salaried GPs and an Advanced Nurse Practitioner
  • 4 session Clinical Pharmacist
  • Established Nursing Team
  • Teaching Practice - UEA/Cambridge
  • Registrar Training Practice
  • Successful CQC inspections.
  • Fully integrated clinical system using SystmOne
  • 10,500 patients

The successful candidate should be team-orientated, committed to continual improvement, have effective communication skills and have a sense of humour.

We envisage general practice changing in the next few years and we are involved in the development of the Primary Care Network so that future working lives are in line with 21st Century practices.


Competitive salary depending on experience.

Apply to:

Sonja Kerridge, Practice Manager
Trinity & Bowthorpe Medical Practice
1 Trinity Street


Closing Date:

31st December 2019


Eva Domenech

Community Midwives

Nicola Boil
Sharon Stone

Community Nurses

The team of community nurses provide nursing care for our patients mostly in their own homes when they are too unwell or frail to travel. They work closely with our practice nurse team.

They also provide the following additional services:

  • Continence advisors
  • Speech therapy
  • Crisis Intervention Services
  • Age Concern
  • Orthoptic Services
  • Fertility clinics
  • Dentist
  • Drug and alcohol clinics
  • Smoking cessation advice

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

The Health Visitors are based at West Pottergate Health Centre, they can be contacted on 0300 300 0123 or you can leave a message at the surgery and they will contact you.

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