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Consultant Clinical or Medical Oncologist with interest in Breast and Lung

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Calling passionate clinical/medical oncologists! Exciting opportunities await at a diverse and dedicated oncology department, where the team is committed to shaping the future of cancer care. Whether you're into groundbreaking research, innovative service development, inspiring teaching, or other scientific and healthcare realms, unwavering support will fuel your unique interests.

This is an exceptional chance for overseas Consultants aiming to establish themselves in the NHS and grow their consultant career in the UK. The role is suitable for EEA-specialised candidates or experienced IMGs seeking CESR completion.

You will be a part of an NHS Foundation Trust where cutting-edge systemic and radiotherapy treatments thrive. Their journey has seen remarkable growth and earned them a distinguished reputation for patient-centered care and collaboration with the Lancashire and South Cumbria Cancer Alliance.

The Oncology Department delivers advanced systemic and radiotherapy treatments for Lancashire and South Cumbria. With a strong reputation for patient-centered care and collaboration, the trust has expanded significantly since 1997. Notable developments include a 2012 expansion co-locating chemotherapy and outpatient services with radiotherapy, opening a second chemotherapy unit in 2017, and refurbishing the 24-bedded oncology ward in 2021. The department also boasts an impressive Radiotherapy department accredited to ISO 9001:2015, actively engages in academic collaborations with esteemed universities, and is continuously improving treatment accuracy through innovative projects.

The hospital is within a city that offers a mix of urban amenities, historical charm, and a vibrant cultural scene. Known for its affordable cost of living compared to many UK cities, it offers a well-connected lifestyle with good train and motorway access. It hosts diverse educational institutions and healthcare facilities, contributing to a dynamic atmosphere with cultural events and green spaces for leisure.

In addition to all that, with active support for research and academic collaborations, offering oncologists a chance to lead studies, engage in trials, and pioneer innovative practices. Abundant resources and expertise empower you to make a meaningful impact in the world of oncology.


EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in Medical/Clinical Oncology
  • Board Certified Specialist in Medical/Clinical Oncology

Non-EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in  Medical/Clinical Oncology
  • Eligibility for GMC registration
  • OET or IELTS (candidates who have booked their test and have good levels of English will be considered)

UK based applicants

  • Experience of working in Medical/Clinical Oncology
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