Category: Locum chambers
News and advice on joining, working in an NASGP Locum Chambers, and making the most of your membership to find new opportunities in your area. Joining one of our NASGP Locum Chambers means you become part of a respected collective. Each Chambers is a local team of up to 15 GP locums who meet up regularly. It is a collaborative group who share a dedicated manager and clinical director while retaining independence.
Day in the life of a Locum Chambers manager
Ali Lewis, NASGP’s longstanding Locum Chambers Manager, told us about a day in the life behind the scenes: how long it takes to join a Chambers, how managers get more practices on board, and how Instant Book is keeping locums busy during remote workingRead more >
NASGP Locum Chambers
Locum chambers are small, independent groups of local self-employed GP locums all working together through a shared management and clinical governance structure. They support NHS GP practices and locums to maintain, and in some cases improve, local GP services.Read more >
Life after VTS: my journey to life as a GP locum
Like many highly skilled professions, a career in general practice can be a journey with obstacles to overcome, barriers to navigate and choices to make. NASGP member Tina Sumner describes how she came to be working as a GP locum and how NASGP has helped her in that journey.Read more >