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Staff Vacancies

We are currently looking for a Non-Medical Clinical Lead. 

Ashburton Surgery is recruiting a prescriber to lead our non-medical clinical team. We’re interested in hearing from you whether you’re a pharmacist, nurse or paramedic; the most important thing is finding the right person for the job. Ideally you will be able to deliver minor illness clinics, contraception or diabetic care with a strong desire to develop further into other areas, however we will support the right candidate with training in the appropriate areas. We continually seek to improve the quality of care that we are able to offer our patients, and this role would be key in continuing to develop our services. We would welcome applications from a broad range of backgrounds.

Ashburton Surgery is a rural practice on the edge of Dartmoor, located close to the A38 between Exeter and Plymouth. We are an innovative, forward thinking practice, keen on collaboration, open to change and different models of care.

5 partners and an established broad spectrum nursing team.

Dispensing PMS practice with an increasing list size delivering care to 6,500 patients

Training Practice with GP trainees, medical students and nursing students

Culture of learning and a commitment to professional development

We are an outward facing practice; members of the Moor to Sea Locality, working closely with the South Devon and Torbay CCG and Intermediate Care Organisation, and the Southern Primary Care Collaborative board.

Competitive remuneration, study leave and holiday allocation, NHS pension. We are able to be fairly flexible about the working pattern, and would consider a job share for the right candidates.

For further information or to arrange an informal visit to the practice please contact or call the practice 01364 652440 and ask for the Practice Manager

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