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Work Remotely

with Push Doctor

Rediscover your love for general practice and enjoy a healthier, happier work-life balance.

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Why work for Push Doctor?

Let's make video consultations accessible for everyone. Here's a few reasons why our Platform GPs choose to work with us:

Flexible around your life
Choose where and when you work, leaving more time for what matters most - you, your life, and your family.

Your peers love us
Many of our Platform GPs refer their friends and colleagues to us, which we believe speaks for itself!

Access to NHS records
We're fully integrated with GP Connect for quick, safe and efficient access to patients’ clinical data.

Support from PDHQ
Our GPs sing the praises of our Medical and Ops teams, who will give you their full support from day one.

Competitive pay
It goes without saying that our GPs play a crucial role in the quality of our service
, and our pay reflects that.

Backed by the NHS
We're partnered with more than 250 NHS GP surgeries, helping them meet the demands of primary care.

Clinical governance
Our robust governance structure sets us apart and ensures our service is maintained to the highest quality.

The original digital provider
As the UK's first platform to offer digital video consultations back in 2013, we're experts in our field.

Is it right for me?

We welcome GPs of all backgrounds and career stages to our platform - take a look below. All we ask is that you’re on the NHS Performers List, the GMC register and you’re DBS approved.

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    Juggling a family and a career is never easy, and we understand that flexibility goes a long way. Whether you’re returning from parental leave and love spending time at home, or the school run and extra-curricular activities just don’t align with your practice schedule, we can help you find a work-life balance that fits.

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    Late-stage careers

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    You’ve put in the hours, you’ve gained valuable clinical experience, you’ve cared for thousands upon thousands of patients. Now it’s time to give yourself a well-earned break from the pressures of practice. We can support you in maintaining your registration while enjoying all the benefits of working from home.

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    Recently qualified

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    We don’t only hire those with years of experience under their belt, we love seeing what newly qualified GPs can bring to our platform too. If you’ve completed your F1, F2 and GPVTS and you want to get ahead of the game by introducing digital into your career now, we’d love to hear from you!

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    Anyone else

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    Whatever your situation, if you’re looking for a way to broaden your experience, see a wide variety of patients and improve your specialism in digital health, we have a role for you! We welcome anyone with an innovative edge that wants to grow and learn from the original provider of digital GP consultations.

"It has enabled me to fully incorporate the years and varied experience I have had into an indispensable medical service." Dr Sarah Marshall, Platform GP



Throughout the application and onboarding process, all GPs will be asked to provide:

• Proof of entry on the GMC register
• Proof of entry on the NHS performers list
• Up to date CV
• Photo ID (Passport/Driving Licence)
• Resident / Work Permit (if applicable)
• Current DBS (CRB) check
• Latest Appraisal evidence. For recently qualified GPs CCTs are sufficient
• Contact details of two clinical references
• Screenshot of broadband speeds (you can test your internet connection here)

There are also a number of clinical documents we require:

• Adult Safeguarding Certificate Level 3 (within the last 3 years)
• Child Safeguarding Certificate Level 3 (within the last 3 years)
• Evidence of training on the Mental Capacity Act (within the last 3 years)
• Evidence of training on Data Security Awareness / Information Governance / the Data Protection Act (within the last year)
• Evidence of training on Antibiotic Prescribing / Stewardship / Resistance (within the last year)
• Antibiotic Guardian pledge certificate
• ‘Sepsis’ training certificate (within the last 3 years)
• Medical Indemnity Certificate with sufficient cover (this can be submitted after the role has been accepted)
NHS England Safeguarding app – we expect our doctors to have this downloaded and ready to use

Please note: all documentation will be verified by our Onboarding team.

What do you need? Optional items Minimum specification What will we provide
Active NHS SmartCard SmartCard reader
PC/Laptop with webcam and microphone External microphone/webcam Minimum of Windows* 10, i3 processor and 4GB Ram.
Macs are fine to use, but need to have 4GB RAM.
We would advise against using a Chromebook or Macbook air.
NHS Digital laptop (including Microsoft Word), in order to access SystmOne and/or EMISWeb
Broadband connection Minimum connection requirements:
  • 10 mbps download speed
  • 5 mbps upload speed
  • Below 50 ping/latency

You can test your internet connection here.

1-1 support during setup if necessary, as well as tech support while working
Microsoft Word licence Assistance during installation

GPs can work up to a maximum of 10 hours a day on our video consultation platform, with a maximum session length of 5 hours. During a session, you will see an average of 4.5 patients per hour.

Our sessions are scheduled within our operating times of:
• 8am - 8pm on weekdays
• 9am - 5pm on weekends

Push Doctor NHS consultations are covered under the state-backed GP Indemnity Scheme.

Push Doctor will also provide medical indemnity cover for private consulting.

We also strongly advise you to regularly review your personal indemnity cover e.g. by contacting a Medical Defence Organisation if you have an affiliated one.

After an initial call with our Talent team, you will then - if successful - speak to our Onboarding team, who will guide you through the process of providing the required documentation.

You will then be asked to complete some mandatory training in your own time before being registered as a Push Doctor GP. This process can be completed in as little as an hour, depending on how quickly you proceed with the training.

Following this, we will get you set up on our systems and arrange an introductory call with our Medical team.

On average, the whole process from application to first consultation takes roughly two weeks.


See our platform in action

Push Consult is a bespoke platform built specifically for video consultations, designed with usability and patient safety at the forefront.