Whatever the reason for your break from working in NHS general practice, we’re here to help you find information on resuming your career in NHS general practice.
GP Return to Practice Enhanced Induction
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Training Hub is offering funding for an induction to include 10 clinical sessions over 2-4 weeks at a GP practice in the training hub area. The GP looking to return to practice would need to have been out of clinical practice for at least 6 months but less than 24 months and considering returning to full practice or the Retainers’ scheme. Practices will need to provide protected time for a suitable GP mentor who will agree a personalised plan addressing learning needs for the GP returner.
NHS Return to Practice (RtP) Programme
The NHS GP Return to Practice (RtP) programme provides a safe, supported pathway for qualified GPs to return to NHS General Practice after an absence of more than 2 years. It is designed for GPs who have previously been on the GMC GP Register and NHS England’s Medical Performers List (MPL) and would like to return to work in general practice after a career break, raising a family or time spent working abroad.
Ways you can provide help for primary care
Working as a GP via:
Full time, part time and locum roles advertised on LMC link
Federation shifts in:
Extended access 6.30-8 am /pm
Surge hubs – 2-7pm
OOH providers (HUC) https://jobs.rcgp.org.uk/job-details/9082/outstanding-opportunities-for-gps-cambridge-and-peterborough/
Covid-19 Mass Vaccination work: