There are always plenty of GP surgery jobs out there. Healthcare assistant, administrator, receptionist, practice nurse, medical secretary, GP – the list goes on.

Surgeries need a variety of skills and experience, so if you’re interested in working in the medical field – without necessarily holding any medical qualifications – they’re a great place to look.

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FAQs about being a GP Surgery

  • Are GP surgeries NHS employers?

    No, most GP surgeries are independent, private businesses who operate under an NHS contract (general medical services, personal medical services or alternative provider medical services). Most doctors own or rent their own premises, employ and pay their own staff and manage their practices as a business owner in addition to working as a doctor. Some practices are owned by larger companies or groups.


  • What band is a GP receptionist in?

    A GP receptionist is usually in agenda for change band 2 or 3.


  • What jobs can you do in the NHS without qualifications?

    There are several roles in the NHS you can take on without any formal qualifications. Healthcare assistant, support worker, medical secretary, care worker and pharmacy assistant are just a few examples.


  • Which geographical area do you cover?

    We operate across England, Scotland and Wales, with the majority of our work currently within England. We do not currently cover Northern Ireland.


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