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Improving Access 

As from the 1st April 2018 the Burney Street catchment area has reduced so that we may take care of the local residents living in and around the Surgery. 

Existing registered patients will not be removed unless in the future they move home however they will be able to remain at Burney Street if they move into the new catchment area.

A list of the accepted streets can be found under the New Patients section.

Catchment Area April 2018



We are looking for an enthusiastic Practice Nurse to deliver a range of first class nursing services in primary care. Our friendly surgery is based on two sites in Greenwich, London. The post is part time or full time - minimum 16 hours per week with one 0700 hours start a week and one late finish at 1830 hours.

Experience of practice nursing is essential. Our rapidly expanding list means our nursing team need to be qualified and competent in Child, Adult and Travel Immunisations (inc Yellow Fever), Zoladex, all aspects of Contraception, Sexual health and Asthma (preferably with spirometry qualification). Please apply with a current CV and covering letter to: Jennifer Peters, Practice Manager, Burney Street Practice, 48 Burney Street, Greenwich SE10 8EX

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Locum/Salaried GP vacancy in PMS Training Practice

We are recruiting for a Locum GP to cover a maternity leave with the potential of becoming a Salaried GP position due to an increasing list size. We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and motivated GP with good communication skills to work 4 to 8 sessions across 2 sites.

We are a proactive, friendly practice in Greenwich with an approximate List size of 15,700; Vision Clinical System; Consistently high QOF/LES/DES achievers.

Please apply with current CV and covering letter to: Jennifer Peters, Practice Manager, Burney Street Practice, 48 Burney Street, Greenwich SE10 8EX

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