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GP Practice Specialist (UK only)

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ORGANIZATION: Africa Health Organisation (AHO)

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Could you help a health charity establish a GP Practice to provide NHS services in the UK? Africa Health Organisation (AHO) intends to enter into providing NHS services such as GP surgeries in the UK. This will provide us with experience and capacity to set up medical centres in Africa and other Diaspora countries such as the US, Canada, Australia, France and the EU.


This role will enable AHO to provide NHS GP services and be part of the national health system. The impact is reducing the number of people waiting to join a GP surgery. This will also improve AHO's capacity to deliver health services in Africa and the UK. The GP services in the UK will prepare AHO to set up health care in Africa and contribute to saving lives on the continent.

NHS Services, GP Practice

Africa Health Organisation (AHO) is an international health organisation for Africa and the UK. AHO is registered as a Company Limited by Guarantee in England and Wales without share capital. It has plans to register as a charity with the Charity Commission in the UK. Our mission is to promote equity in health, combat disease, and improve the quality of and lengthen the lives of the people in Africa and the UK. We intend to deliver NHS services such as mental health, urgent care, health care, dentistry, screening, pharmacy, pregnancy, primary care, nursing and GP services.

This role seeks to establish GP surgeries in the UK. We seek qualified general practitioners (GPs), practice managers, clinical managers, medical practitioners, nurses to join us and give guidance, advice and information on establishing a GP medical practice in the UK.

Duties and Responsibilites

  • Register with the relevant medical regulatory authority, such as the UK's General Medical Council (GMC), and follow its guidelines on professional conduct and responsibilities.
  • Register with the Care Quality Commission. Registering with the CQC is a legal requirement for all healthcare providers in England who offer regulated activities.
  • Acquire medical indemnity cover from a recognised provider to protect against legal and professional liabilities.
  • Apply for a license to obtain admitting rights and privileges.
  • Register with the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) to legally handle patient data.
  • Register with HMRC to comply with tax regulations and fulfil your tax obligations.
  • Provide advice and guidance on legal structure: sole trader, partnership, limited company, or hospital-owned
  • Business Plan development
  • Financial plan development
  • Identify appropriate premises
  • Ensure effective marketing
  • Appointment system and patient policies
  • Technology integration
  • Staff recruitment and management
  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Qualifications and Skills

  • Acquire a medical degree from an accredited medical school, MBBS, MD, MBChB, MBBCh, MB BChir, BMBS or equivalent medical qualification
  • Hold a current licence to practise from, the General Medical Council (GMC).
  • have evidence of achievement of foundation competencies, in the three and a half years preceding the advertised post-start date, via one of the following methods:
    • current employment in a UKFPO-affiliated foundation programme; or
    • having been awarded an FPCC (or FACD 5.2) from a UK-affiliated foundation programme within the 3.5 years preceding the advertised post-start date; or
    • current employment in a GMC-approved Specialty Training Programme holding either a National Training Number (NTN) or Deanery Reference Number (DRN); or
    • 12 months of medical experience after full GMC registration (or equivalent post-licensing experience), and evidence to commence specialty training in the form of a Certificate of Readiness to Enter Specialty Training
  • Attain full registration as a medical practitioner.
  • Successfully finish any necessary foundation or internship programme subsequent to medical school.
  • Obtaining specialist registration if concentrating on a specific facet of general practice.
  • At least three years experience as a GP.

UK Sponsorship for overseas doctors

AHO will provide sponsorship for the right candidates with qualification and experience from overseas. Full details will be provided to the shortlisted candidates.

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About Africa Health Organisation (AHO)


43 Berkeley Square, City of Westminster, LONDON, Greater London W1J 5AP, GB

Mission Statement

To lead strategic collaborative efforts among countries in Africa and other partners to promote equity in health, to combat disease, and to improve the quality of, and lengthen, the lives of the peoples of Africa


Africa Health Organisation (AHO) is an international health agency for Africa. It is the newest and most recently established international health agency covering the whole African continent and the diaspora. Our main aim is to help African people attaining and maintaining optimum health and quality of life. Our vision is delivering high quality sustainable health service and be the major catalyst for ensuring that all the peoples of Africa enjoy optimal health.


Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
Community, Health & Medicine, People with Disabilities


Thu Jun 20, 2024 - Wed Sep 18, 2024
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Nursing
  • Children Medical Services
  • Business Development
  • Healthcare
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach




  • Must be at least 18
  • This role is flexible.

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