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Self employed podiatry opportunity Scotland

Discussion in 'Podiatry Employment' started by Samantha Baradhi, Aug 18, 2017.

  1. Samantha Baradhi

    Samantha Baradhi Welcome New Poster


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    We are an established osteopathic and psychology practice who until recently had a self employed podiatrist working successfully with us on a room rental basis. Unfortunately she has had to relocate unexpectedly, so we are looking for a skilled podiatrist to take over her growing client list for a minimum of one day per week.

    We are situated in the centre of Broughty Ferry, just outside Dundee. The osteopath is Dr Sal Baradhi, a medical osteopath who has been the principal osteopath here for 12 years. The room is very large, bright and well equipped. We have availability all week and reception support. Podiatry also has a full page on our website and cross referrals are the norm.

    This may suit a podiatrist who is currently employed and would like to take a step into private practice or someone who already has their own client list and would like to expand.

    Please get in touch for an informal chat about the role and ask for Samantha.
    Mobile: 07956 489007
     
    Last edited: Aug 18, 2017
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