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Salaried GP for Indigo Gender Service
Job Reference: J125-A-21-2898 | Employer: gtd healthcare | Department: Indigo Gender Service
Location: Greater Manchester | Salary: £85,000 - £90,000 | Closing Date: 22/10/2021
About the role:
Indigo Gender Service is a collaborative, innovative model of care between primary care and the LGBT Foundation. Indigo is a pioneering, localised and patient-centred model that provides trans, non-binary healthcare for Greater Manchester patients.
Your key role will be to carry out all relevant medical and associated administrative duties in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of trans, non-binary and gender-variant people. You will work closely with the Clinical Lead and other clinicians to deliver on the core responsibilities of the Greater Manchester trans health service specification. You will have basic knowledge of holistic care interventions in a trans health setting and clinical experience of supporting trans and gender non-conforming people as a GP. You will be motivated to undertake further self-directed learning as well as further RCP training alongside gaining clinical experience of trans healthcare within the MDT setting of Indigo Gender Service.
We particularly welcome applicants who identify as Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), trans and/or older (50+) as colleagues from these backgrounds are currently underrepresented in our organisation.
Should you wish to discuss the role please contact Luke Wookey - firstname.lastname@example.org
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* Trans is an umbrella and inclusive term used to describe people whose gender identity differs in some way from that which they were assigned at birth; including non-binary people, people who cross dress, and those who partially or incompletely identify with their sex assigned at birth.