With its higher than average sunshine, low crime rates, relatively inexpensive property and good health – Suffolk is a great place to both live and work.
Why work in Suffolk?
The area has one of the highest standards of living in the UK and a recent Sunday Times poll listed four Suffolk towns as among the 101 best places to live.
Well known faces and voices such as actor and comedian Griff Rhys Jones, musician Brian Eno, TV personality Jimmy Doherty, radio broadcaster Simon Mayo, actor David Morrissey and novelist Esther Freud all have homes in Suffolk.
The beautiful coastline and countryside has attracted people for hundreds of years, entranced by the gorgeous beaches, the big skies, the picture postcard villages and stunning heritage of towns and villages alike.
Geographically, Suffolk couldn’t be better placed. A short train ride and you’re in central London: an even shorter drive and you’re at the beach.
Suffolk offers a full range of opportunities to develop your career. With nearly 60 practices we can offer a variety of challenges and Suffolk GP Federation can help tailor a package to suit your individual needs.
So, in Suffolk you really can have it all. A wonderful place to live and an exciting place to work as a GP.
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