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

Here is some information about living in East Yorkshire.

Find out more about working for East Riding of Yorkshire CCG and living in the local area.

Health Education England has produced a series of six short videos to highlight the diverse nature of the role of a GP.

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has produced a film to share information and personal insights into the role of Nursing Associate.

 General Practice jobs website 

Humber Coast & Vale have launched a new website aimed at the recruitment of GPs and practice staff in the region. It's a one-stop-shop for GP and practice staff to check out new vacancies located in 6 CCG areas.

It offers lots of helpful information about what working in our area can offer and lists many varied opportunities. Click here to view their website.

 Campaign to bring more family doctors back to general practice 

A new campaign, aimed at getting hundreds of family doctors to return to general practice, has started. A similar scheme has already attracted almost 800 GPs to return to the profession after taking a break or working in another occupation, or moving from overseas. NHS England and Health Education England (HEE) have produced a new brochure for GPs considering a return. The brochure details the improvements the NHS Long Term Plan will deliver for general practice, with billions in extra funding and plans to recruit 22,000 health professionals, to support GPs, that will improve services for patients while also easing the GP workload.

 Recruiting GP Nurses just got easier 

A new NHS website makes it easier for practices to attract high quality candidates for General Practice Nursing roles.  interlocks with NHS Jobs and collates vacancies even if they have different job titles. Users can search for General Practice Nurse, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Clinical Practitioner, Nurse Associate and Health Care Support Workers.

The site also includes information about GP Nursing training and careers.

For adverts to be included they must be uploaded onto NHS Jobs, which is free for GP practices. To open an account or for technical support call 01443 443827 or email:

 Join the Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust 

Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust are recruiting practice staff now, click here for more information.

 Holderness Health 

Trailblazer GP Vacancy in Withernsea, East Riding of Yorkshire

Open to recently qualified GPs

4-6 clinical sessions plus 2 paid educational sessions

Competitive Salary

Holderness Health has an exciting opportunity for a recently qualified GP (within 5 years of CCT) to join us in an innovative post to help build the future of our practice. Holderness Health has been successful in attracting Trailblazer funding which allows motivated, recently qualified GPs to work in practices in areas of socio-economic deprivation. The aim is to develop the skills, knowledge, experience and resilience to stay working in these challenging, but incredibly rewarding, environments. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to continue their learning and develop new skills and knowledge whilst being supported by our experienced team.

You will initially be employed on a one year contact, with the aim that this will lead to a long-term relationship. Your year with us on the Trailblazer programme will be doing clinical work whilst developing the knowledge, skills and resilience to practise in a challenging area.  You will have a mentor and will be supported by an excellent multidisciplinary team.  You will also benefit from 2 sessions per week of paid personal and practice development time which includes:

  • Monthly programme of relevant education - e.g. substance misuse, social prescribing, chronic pain – designed and delivered by Fairhealth
  • Monthly facilitated peer-group sessions with fellow Trailblazer GPs for discussion and reflection
  • One-to-one coaching sessions
  • Budget for study / courses / certificates
  • Time to spend with other relevant health and third sector organisations e.g. homelessness or drug and alcohol services

In addition to the core GP role, the Trailblazer post will focus on identifying practical actions that we can take as a general practice to mitigate the impact of social inequality on health.  Our goal is to establish a way of working that takes the ‘universal’ offer of general practice and adds a more intensive layer of support to help vulnerable groups access the services available to them and improve their health.  (Further details of the aims of the post are attached.)

At the end of the placement, we hope you will want to stay on as part of our salaried GP team with a possible progression to Partnership in the future.

Holderness Health is the largest practice in the East Riding of Yorkshire with almost 36,000 patients and 7 sites across the Holderness area.  Although we are now a big practice following a merger in 2018, our focus and aspirations remain the same – to provide high quality care focused on the needs of our local community.  With a strong track record of innovation, we are also a Primary Care Network in our own right which has created opportunities for a number of collaborative projects around frailty, asthma, prescription medicine abuse and wellbeing.

We are a strong team with diverse interests and roles and believe in developing our workforce.  Our team includes ACPs, ANPs, clinical pharmacists, MSK First Contact Physiotherapists and social prescribers.  We are a committed Training Practice and undertake a wide range of training at all levels.

As one of the most active research practices in the region, we are always involved in a number of studies which offer further learning and development opportunities.

We aim to be leaders in local healthcare, achieving a healthier Holderness through:

  • connected person-centred care
  • evidence-based decision making
  • adapting and responding effectively to change
  • a diverse, engaged and empowered workforce

We are looking for a GP who can share our vision and become part of what we aspire to build for the future.

For further information or to arrange a telephone conversation to discuss the role, please contact Amalia Booker, CEO, via email at .  We are happy to arrange informal visits to the practice to meet our partners and team.

The closing date for applications is Friday 26 June 2020.  All applications should be made via NHS Jobs using this link: