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Hello. I am Rachel, and I am delighted to be elected as your new representative to the sessional GPs committee.
I’ve been a GP since 2006, and I’m a GP who has ‘ants in my pants’ as a colleague once told me! I’ve tried working as a partner and as a salaried GP, but I felt restless, which is why I feel that locum work is by far the best option for me. I’ve been working as a locum since 2015 this time around, when I committed to making this a positive career choice rather than my previous trial of locuming – it was more of a stopgap until I was foolishly drawn into another permanent role.
I am based in the Middlesbrough area, although I do some work in North Yorkshire as well. I work as an appraiser and I sit on NHS England performance panels, known as PLDPs. I really enjoy supporting GPs in these roles and making sure that sessional GPs get a fair deal in comparison to partners.
I am also the medical secretary for Cleveland LMC and I chair the upcoming Conference of England LMCs for the BMA. These are both fascinating roles, trying to represent the views of the whole profession, regardless of whether you are a partner or a sessional GP. I firmly believe that we are much stronger if we unite together as a profession, although I also know there is a lot more work to do to strengthen the voice of the sessional GP.
What I like best about being a locum with a portfolio is that no two weeks are ever the same. I don’t ever have time to get bored! I also value that I can shape my working pattern around my life, allowing me to make time for wonderful holidays and to run three or four marathons each year. Running is my real passion.
The sessional GPs committee is here to represent your views, so if we can help, please do get in touch with us at [email protected]Rachel McMahon is a member of the BMA sessional GPs committee.
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