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
BASICS Scotland would like to announce the dates for the next Paediatric Tele-education Course, presented by Karyn Webster. This 9 week course will start on Monday the 29th January and run for 9 weeks with an additional 6 weeks of post-course giving you enough time to catch up on any recordings you have missed! Tele-education […]
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow is pleased to announce a provisional programme for the Safety and Sustainability in Rural General Surgery Conference on 30 November and the morning of 1 December 2017. This conference will bring together many of Scotland’s current surgical trainees with a long-established network of remote and rural […]
Dr Patrick Byrne, consultant at the Belford Hospital in Fort William, was involved in hosting a visit from a delegation from the Philipines. This article featured in Lochaber Life Magazine earlier this month. It has been reproduced here with the kind permission of Iain Ferguson of the Write Image (picture credits to Iain too). PHILIPPINE […]
Lewis Mundell, student of Dundee University, recently completed a Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship in Fort William as part of his medical school training. This article featured in Lochaber Life Magazine earlier this month. It has been reproduced here with the kind permission of Iain Ferguson of the Write Image (picture credits to Iain too). Training to […]
In a really interesting development for rural health internationally, Australia has appointed its first Rural Health Commissioner. Charged with the responsibility of overseeing and driving a wide range of activities around supporting ‘rural generalism’ the post offers a chance to provide more co-ordinated leadership across domains, regions and disciplines to make rural health strategy more […]
The Park Hotel, Kilmarnock: Saturday 4th November 9am-3pm Who is it for? GPs, GP Trainees, Foundation Year Doctors, Locums and Practice Managers across Ayrshire and Scotland. Aims To promote our fantastic GP community, provide CPD and raise the profile of practices within the Ayrshire and Arran locale. Benefits: Facilitate GP networking Provide educational sessions Furnish […]
This year, the Rural GP Association of Scotland has once again run its student conference scholarship programme. This is a significant investment for RGPAS, which uses money raised into its Educational Trust fund to support these scholarships. The scholarships offer heavily-subsidised tickets to enable undergraduate students in the UK to attend and participate in the […]
Salaried GP – Scalloway Health Centre (Ref: IRC10353) Hours are flexible up to full time Escape disillusionment and burn out, and head to Scalloway Surgery in Shetland for decent hours, good quality of life and work life balance, and nature on your doorstep. Northern Lights in winter. Orcas in summer (immediate sighting not guaranteed!) What […]
Alderney is a small island around 10 miles from the French coast with a population of just over 2000. Due to the restructuring of GP health services on the island, we are now looking for a forward thinking, proactive and permanent salaried GP to work alongside our GP Clinical Director in our small purpose built […]
Explore a new life on the island of North Uist, The Outer Hebrides. Tired? Stressed? Fed up with the way your working life is going? Don’t emigrate yet! We might have the right place for you here. Remote General Practice in one of the most beautiful landscapes imaginable – but with access to an airport […]