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Job Description

Exciting and rewarding NHS job opportunity have emerged for two Consultant Medical or Clinical Oncologists to join the distinguished team at an NHS Foundation Trust in the UK that is renowned for pioneering District General Hospital (DGH)-based oncology services since 1996, the Trust's commitment to excellence is underscored by its recognition in the RCP publication, where it features prominently in cancer care development recommendations. 

This unique opportunity is tailor-made for overseas Consultant Oncologists aspiring to establish themselves within the NHS. Candidates with specializations in the European Economic Area (EEA) or experienced International Medical Graduates (IMGs) seeking to complete their CESR are encouraged to apply.

With a workforce of approximately 6,000 dedicated staff members, this NHS Foundation Trust extends compassionate care across its two main sites, community locations, health centers, and patients' homes. Over the past year, the Trust has provided inpatient or day case care to more than 120,505 individuals, with 459,863 attending outpatient clinics. The A&E departments at both hospitals collectively served more than 151,349 patients, with community teams delivering 266,209 therapy services and 310,376 nursing service contacts.

In addition to its commitment to providing CESR support, the Trust actively engages in research and development initiatives. The Research and Effectiveness department plays a pivotal role in coordinating and assisting in the planning and submission of project proposals. A specialized research staff member focuses on managing the pathological aspects of clinical trials, further highlighting the Trust's dedication to advancing medical knowledge and patient care.

The Oncology Department is a cornerstone of the hospital's services, offering comprehensive and compassionate cancer care. With a proficient team that includes a dedicated number of consultants and junior doctors, the department ensures optimal patient care and support. Handling a diverse range of cases, the oncology team excels in delivering various treatments, showcasing the department's commitment to offering a wide spectrum of therapeutic interventions. State-of-the-art facilities within the department underscore its dedication to excellence in cancer care.

Beyond professional opportunities, life in the area offers a harmonious blend of urban amenities and rural charm. Residents can explore scenic escapes. The area boasts quality schools. Transportation is convenient, with local links and proximity to major cities and airports. Housing options cater to varied preferences, ranging from historic townhouses to modern residences.

As part of the NHS Foundation Trust's commitment to research and development, experienced international oncologists working towards CESR and specialist registration in the UK will find a supportive environment that encourages career development and offers further opportunities. Join them in shaping the future of cancer care within a vibrant and well-connected community.


EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in Oncology

Non-EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working for Oncology
  • MRCP

UK based applicants

  • Experience of working in Oncology

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