GP Vacancies

 GP Vacancies 

The East Riding of Yorkshire area is a great place to live and work.  It is a place where you and your family can go walking in the Yorkshire Wolds one week and visit a beach the next.  Here is some information about living in East Yorkshire.

Here you can find out about current GP and practice staff vacancies that are available in the East Riding of Yorkshire area.

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NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG

GP Urgent Care Lead

Job Reference: 986-ERY-67
Employer: NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG
Location: Willerby
Salary: £28.76 - £90 p/h

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual for the role of East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group GP Lead for Integrated Urgent Care who can work with the CCG Unplanned Care Team and acts as the crucial interface between the CCG, its member practices, GP Federation, and other stakeholders in the implementation of the CCG Integrated Urgent Care Strategy.

The successful candidate will be a GP with a good understanding of the strategic agenda in relation to integrated urgent care services is able to provide effective leadership to local clinicians and is willing to engage with local clinicians on a regular basis through a variety of forums. The post holder will be actively involved in networking.

In addition the post holder will be responsible for:

Acting as the clinical lead supporting GP’s to understand the implications and the potential opportunities with respect to the implementation of the National Integrated Urgent Care Specification and CCG Integrated Urgent Care Strategy

Ensuring that leaders of GP Networks are aware of and understand the longer term objectives and vision of the CCG regarding the implementation of the National Integrated Urgent Care (IUC) Specification requirements and CCG Integrated Urgent Care Strategy

Being an active member of the CCG Urgent Care Strategy Steering group which is responsible for the implementation of the Strategy

Actively promoting and championing the CCG Integrated Urgent Care Strategy through the Locality Commissioning Forums and Council of Members to ensure clinical engagement

Acting as the designated GP lead for the CCG NHS 111 Directory of Services

Promoting the CCG Integrated Urgent Care Strategy with other local stakeholders

Providing clinical input in to the mobilisation of the new models of care for Integrated Urgent Care services

Being the CCG GP lead for the Urgent and Emergency Care Network

Be a member of the network Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STP) design group for the development of and implementation of the IUC service specification and the IUC Clinical Advisory Service (CAS) Model

Participating in the development of STP urgent and emergency care network plans

To deliver these aims, the post holder will need to liaise with and manage relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders and ensure competing priorities are successfully reconciled in a way that maximises QIPP opportunities and delivery.

For an informal discussion please contact Alex Seale Director of Commissioning and Transformation

Tel: 01482 315740 | Mob: 07590 304227|


Tracey Craggs – Assistant Director Unplanned Care Transformation

Tel: Landline 01482 315754 mobile phone 07802718262

Closing date for applications is 26th December 2017.

 NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG

Named GP Safeguarding Children

East Riding CCG is recruiting to the position of Named GP for Safeguarding Children. This is a great opportunity for an established clinician to join our excellent Quality Team and make a real difference to local people’s healthcare.

The Named GP will support all activities necessary to ensure that the organisation meets its responsibilities to safeguard/protect children and young people at risk. You will work closely with the CCG’s Executive Lead for safeguarding, as well as the Designated Nurses and Doctors, to ensure the statutory duties for safeguarding are implemented in general practice.

To be successful in this role you will need to have demonstrable evidence that you have experience of managing safeguarding issues, with an understanding of the primary care contribution to case conferences and the implementation of child protection plans.

You will have safeguarding children training completed at a minimum of Level 3 or equivalent in line with Royal Collage of Paediatrician and Child Health Intercollegiate Document 2014. ‘Safeguarding and Protecting Children and Young people: roles and competence for health care staff’.

As the named GP for Safeguarding Children you will be expected to network across the health economy and promote strong partnership working. You will provide primary care expertise to inform developments in practice with regards to safeguarding.

A full valid driving licence and access to a car to use regularly for business purposes is essential (unless you have a disability as defined by the Single Equality Act 2010). East Riding CCG is positive about employing people with disabilities. If you require your application in a different format please contact the Workforce Team as soon as possible.

Closing date for applications is 13th December 2017.

 Hedon Group Pracice


Salaried GP with a view to future Partnership required for semi-rural dispensing practice.

Full and Part Time positions considered. Full Time = 8 clinical sessions and 1 session protected study time (pro rata part time)

Immediate start available but flexible and prepared to wait for the right candidate.

  • CQC Rated ‘Good’ in April 2016
  • 12,000 patients GMS practice with Emis Web clinical system
  • 8 Partners 7.5 wte (2 of whom previously salaried at this practice)
  • Dispensing to circa 50% of practice population
  • Training practice currently with 2 Registrars
  • Teaching practice for Hull York Medical School Years 2 and 5
  • Trainee Physician Associates in Year 1 and Year 2
  • Our Practice Profile provides extensive details of the practice and working arrangements and can be provided upon request
  • Salary negotiable depending on experience and package

We are a forward thinking harmonious team who try to balance the needs of primary care with other possible professional interests and personal wishes.  If you want to read more about the Practice please visit our website at

For a copy of our Practice Profile or further information on how to apply please telephone Sarah Powell, Business Manager on 01482 895499 (direct dial) or e-mail  Informal visits welcomed.

Closing Date for applications is 1st October 2018.

 Manor Road Health Centre, Beverley

GP Partner required

We are looking for an enthusiastic GP to join our high achieving market town practice. The vacancy is due to retirement.  A partnership or salaried post is available.

  • The number of sessions is open to negotiation and would offer up to full time for the right candidate.
  • There is no capital input required to become a partner of the surgery.
  • We are GMS practice list size 12,400 patients, with a team of 9 partners, 3 practice nurses, 3 healthcare assistants, practice manager and a finance manager.
  • We achieved full QOF points in 2016/17.
  • Our SystmOne practice is part dispensing and has an on-site pharmacy in which the partners have an interest.
  • We are a teaching practice for the local HYMS Medical School.
  • 8 weeks annual leave.
  • CQC rated Good in every section.

Informal visits are welcomed, enquiries initially to Patricia Cooper – Practice Manager.  Partners will be available to answer questions whilst visiting.

Applications by CV to The Practice Manager, Dr Underwood and Partners, The Health Centre, Manor Road, Beverley, HU17 7BZ. Email  Telephone 01482 862733

Closing date for applications is the 19th January 2018.