Q&A: Dr Chloe Evans on locuming on Shetland

19th October 2020 by NASGP

Q&A: Dr Chloe Evans on locuming on Shetland

NASGP member Dr Chloe Evans splits her time between Oxford and Shetland. She explains how she works across two areas, and how NASGP membership supports her work

Q: When did you join the NASGP? 

I’ve only been a locum for a year. I’d heard of the NASGP when I was a salaried doctor  – I was researching Locum Chambers thinking, well, that’d be quite good. I’ve only been a member, since April – I joined during peak COVID time. 

I’m now in NASGP’s Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Locum Chambers (‘BOB’). 

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"I was introduced to the local locum chambers several months ago when I made a career move from partnership. I now combine salaried and locum roles. The chambers provides helpful support, leadership, advice and governance and reduces professional isolation. This combination of support reassures me and helps me provide safe and consistent care to patients within the community . There is a useful, innovative online portal - LocumDeck - which helps me access local work and which has efficient systems for reconciliation of finance including pensions. I would highly recommend joining a locum chambers for any GPs starting out in the locum world ."

Dr Adrian Richardson, GP

Dr Adrian Richardson, GP

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