From road accidents to heart attacks, you can be the only doctor around until more help arrives, sometimes by helicopter.
Living and working in stunning scenery, with the occasional chance to enjoy it too.
It’s true that on-call can extend beyond typical commitments of a city-based GP, but the satisfaction of serving a close-knit community can be unparalleled.
Rediscover your sound clinical reasoning, when access to blood tests and imaging is a good ambulance/ferry/helicopter trip away
Foyers Medical Centre is situated in the small village of Foyers on the shores of Loch Ness, not far from the falls of Foyers and 19 miles from Inverness. Our small friendly practice covers a large scattered rural area from the outskirts of Inverness to Fort Augustus. You can enjoy a good income, good quality […]
Replacement GP required following January 2015 departure of one Partner from our 2 Doctor Practice. Ideally I’d like a full-time Partner to share the ownership of our two Surgery buildings but I am willing to consider all possibilities – part-time, salaried options. We are a Dispensing Practice in the villages of Dailly and Barr. 1400 […]
Aberchirder Medical Practice needs you… Why? Because you will fit well into a small team, enjoy working closely with your staff and the other partner in the practice, and enjoy living in the area of Aberdeenshire between the mountains and the sea. You will enjoy a good income, good quality of life, and rural living […]
A vacancy for a full-time partner will arise at Barra Medical Practice in April 2015 due to the relocation of one of the present partners. We are looking for someone who would want to settle on the island, and who is able to combine excellent clinical standards with traditional patient-centred values. We are willing to […]
Amberley is a relaxed rural town serving local farmers and the region’s emergent wine industry. We are looking for a female GP who would ideally like to work six sessions (three days) a week. It would be preferable if you have a holistic outlook. The practice holds a PRIME (Primary Response in Medical Emergency) contract, […]
A while ago we posted a review of the A&E Radiology Survival Course, a stalwart of A&E teaching for some time. To go with this course (and also for independent reference), there is the A&E Radiology Survival Guide – and the third edition has just been released. RuralGP was pleased to receive a review copy, […]
GP Refresher Course for acute care conditions in community hospitals For the attention of all GPs involved in the care of patients at a ‘non-bypass’ community hospital. One week refresher course starting Monday 5th January 2015 At MACHICC (Community Hospital), Lochgilphead Free access to GPs involved in blue light receiving community hospital care Backfill provided […]
Salaried GP with a view to Partnership 7 – 8 SESSIONS We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated GP to join our friendly 6 partner practice in Morayshire. We are semi-rural practice with an attached community hospital with inpatients and casualty. We are situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty in Speyside, […]
Many of Scotland’s rural GPs will have benefited from the wonderful teaching skills of Dr Mark Bloch, who died on Saturday 18th October, 2014. A passionate provider of prehospital care in his home town of Aberdeen, he also helped to encourage and enthuse many participants of BASICS Scotland‘s prehospital care courses. A respected teacher, clinician […]
SALARIED GP with potential for partnership Maternity Locum also available Killin Medical Practice seeks to recruit a salaried GP to work 6 – 8 sessions per week (by agreement) to our small, friendly team which serves a remote practice population of approximately 1570. The clinical team consists of Dr Elizabeth Watson and Dr David Syme […]