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Job vacancies

Job Vacancies - Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Paramedic Practitioner   

Job descriptions for a full time Advanced Nurse Practitioner with Prescribing Rights and a full time Paramedic Practitioner will be posted here soon - for more info see below.

General info (pdf)

Application form – Full time Advanced Nurse Practitioner (pdf)

Application form – Full time Paramedic Practitioner (pdf)


Job Vacancy - Part Time Medical Secretary   

We currently seek a part time Medical Secretary to work 2 days per week.

Job Advert (pdf)

Job Description (pdf)

Application form (pdf)


Wye Surgery is looking to recruit a GP under the GP Retention Scheme to start as soon as possible.

 Wye Surgery is an established purpose built, dispensing, rural, GMS practice situated in the picturesque village of Wye, covering an area of 125 square miles.  

Our friendly practice is dedicated to team working, development and training, communication and holistic care. We hold weekly MDT meetings when we encourage informal discussion about patient care and treatment pathways.

We are/have:

  • A well organised training and teaching practice
  • Recently been awarded an overall CQC rating of “Outstanding”
  • A team of 7GPs supported by a nurse practitioner
  • High QOF achievement
  • EMIS Web
  • 8500 registered patients
  • Retainer practice
  • A forward thinking practice, offering a wide range of high quality NHS

            services to our local community including many Consultant Led Clinics.

The scheme will offer a maximum of 4 sessions a week, 6 weeks annual leave and 1 week study leave (pro-rata). Competitive salary and MDU/MPS subscription funded.

If you are a highly self-motivated team player who can add value to our Practice we would like to hear from you.

For further information please contact Mrs Jo Shepherd, Practice Manager, on 01233 884585 or email

Wye Surgery May 2017

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