GP – Seven-Day Access Service


The OxFed Seven Day Access Service (7DAS) has been designed to improve the sustainability of General Practice in Oxford and to improve access for patients to routine appointments in primary care.

The Seven Day Access Service will be staffed by a variety of clinicians including GPs, Nurses, Paramedics, Clinical Pharmacists and Physiotherapists to enable the delegation of workload from GPs to other clinicians and to provide more specialised services to patients. This will allow practices to improve access for more complex patients that require continuity, while patients with more straightforward health problems are seen at the Hub.

The service will be developed as a learning environment to support the training of a range of primary care staff, including nurses, clinical pharmacists, HCAs, emergency care practitioners and paramedics. This will enable these practitioners to manage a variety of minor illness presentations and increase the sustainability of the local healthcare workforce.

As a 7DAS GP you will be offering a variety of care to patients referred by local GP practices on behalf of those practices. An important part of your role will be to work within a multi-disciplinary team, providing clinical supervision, leadership and mentoring to the team working in the Hub.

You will be working at one of the 7DAS sites which are located in various locations around the city.

We reserve the right to close the position once suitable applications have been received.

No agencies please.

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People Services Team

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