Overseas doctors with aspirations to work as NHS Consultants in Emergency Medicine (A&E) - doctors aspiring via the CESR route and particularly urged to apply. Doctors keen to enter Specialty Training at ST4 grade or those wishing to make direct CESR applications are welcome.
Total salaries offered a much higher than other hospitals based in the UK due to a total of 13 sessions available in ED.
These are flexible Specialty Doctor & Senior Clinical Fellow posts within in a busy and supportive Emergency Department in one of the more beautiful parts of the UK, but located within 30 minutes to the second largest city in Wales, Swansea.
The hospital is a District General Hospital with roughly 350 inpatient beds with a full set of ED equipment and facilities.
The hospitals facilities and equipment in the ED consist of resuscitation bays, X-ray, plaster rooms and treatment rooms giving immediate access to primary medical and surgical assessment treatment and care.
The Health Board serves a population of 389,000 and is leading the way for established CESR support and training for international doctors.
An established and successful CESR programme offered for MRCEM qualified doctors in Emergency Medicine.
Contrary to some popular myths - understanding of the Welsh language is not required to work in Wales and everyone speaks English as a first language!
Requirements to join are:
- IELTS or OET (exemptions can be given)
- At least four years experience in Emergency Medicine
The Health Board offers support for both Tier 2 visa and is particularly welcoming of international candidates.
If you ar looking to start your career in the NHS and attain Specialist Registration and a Substantive Emergency Medicine Consultant positions - these really are fantastic opportunities.