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Welcome to our page for GPs

Whether you’re a Partner, a salaried GP, a Locum or a trainee we believe there will be something of interest for you on this page (if there isn’t please tell us what you’d like to see here).

  • Career Flex can help you to start your career, boost your career, freshen up your career and even extend your career.

    Career Flex is an exciting new service offering opportunities to GPs to work in a different way at any stage of their career.

    Career Flex supports GPs to develop their perfect portfolio career and offers additional support through formal education and/or coaching or mentoring with no mandatory elements and complete flexibility and choice.

    Click the link below to access our Career Flex flyer, which can be found on our resources and publications page.

    Click here to find out more >>
  • In January 2017, we launched Dorset Locum Chambers, a free system designed for advertising and booking Locum GP work.

    In addition to advertising and booking work our chambers offers additional support with statutory and mandatory training, administration of important paperwork such as tax and pension forms and information about CPD and training events for Locum GPs.

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  • Our calendar of CPD, education and training events pulls together all sessions available to GPs in Dorset and provides important information about the event and how to book your place.

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  • The GP Retention Scheme is a package of financial and educational support to help doctors, who might otherwise leave the profession, remain in clinical general practice.

    The scheme is aimed at doctors who are seriously considering leaving or have left general practice due to personal reasons (caring responsibilities or personal illness), approaching retirement or requiring greater flexibility. The scheme supports both the retained GP and the practice employing them by offering financial support in recognition of the fact that this role is different to a ‘regular’ part-time, salaried GP post, offering greater flexibility and educational support.

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  • An important part of the work we do is to engage with school students and enthuse them about careers in medicine and careers in healthcare. We do this in a number of different ways and often need the support from local GPs with activity in the local community.

    To find out more about what we do, how you can get involved and how we can support you, please visit our schools page.

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  • Follow the link below to access useful resources and further information relating to GPs.

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