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NHS Teaching Hospital are recruiting for an experienced clinical oncologist on the South of England.
Specialist Registration or FRCR
IELTS / OET
Extensive experience as a consultant oncologist
Developed special interest in colorectal & urological cancers
Length of contract:
Can be offered fixed term (subject to be renewed)
- Attractive salary and relocation package
- Training and development opportunities
- CESR support for those eligible
- Tier 2 Health and Care Visa (sponsorship for the whole family)
- Guidance regarding the CV and full interview preparation
- Assistance regarding the GMC registration, visa, accommodation and transportation by an experienced onboarding specialist
- Complete IMG Relocation service from start to finish of process
Consultant or Locum Consultant
An exciting opportunity for experienced pulmonologists, including candidates interested in completing CESR, to join a friendly and dynamic team within the Respiratory department at a large district general hospital in the South East of England. This well funded, and high performing trust will appoint as either consultant, associate specialist or speciality doctor - with each post supporting CESR applications for international candidates.
Applications are welcome from UK and international respiratory medicine specialists.
WHAT IS THE NHS TRUST LIKE?
They are an ambitious NHS trust committed to removing unnecessary stress and frustration for doctors and their patients, providing you with more time to care and make the most of your skills. If you are ambitious to complete CESR, or grow your consultant career, then you will be very well matched to this trust.
You can find the CQC report here.
WHAT IS THE RESPIRATORY DEPARTMENT & TEAM LIKE?
The service are looking for individuals able to run subspecialty respiratory medicine for a population of over 800,000. They wish to develop existing specialist sleep and NIV services and create specialty services in lung cancer and intervention, Bronchiectasis, lung infection, and asthma. Individuals with an interest in any of these sub-speciality areas would be considered.
Both of the NHS trust Hospitals have well established and progressive units providing a wide range of respiratory services to the local population. They pride themselves on their reputation for being a cohesive, supportive and friendly departments. The trust is developing a model of partnership bringing exciting new service development opportunities. To complement the established services they are looking to develop specialist respiratory services to serve the combined catchment areas of both trusts of over 800,000. Growing the department, the service are appointing x2 Consultants, one as a replacement post and one new post to expand our compliment to 6 full time Consultants. They aim to make further appointments in due course with the aim of working towards a 7 day service.
They have recently expanded their provision of undergraduate medical education on both sites and there are opportunities for appointees to be formally involved in their education programme. We would welcome applications from those with an interest in medical education. The Respiratory Consultants do not participate in the acute medical take rota, although any appointee may be able to join the rota if they wish.
You will have regular outpatient responsibilities (2 per week), a specialist service session or teaching, share of the 2 bronchoscopy/EBUS lists each week, partake in the department internal rotation covering respiratory inpatients and providing specialist ward referrals. Along with departmental colleagues, you will provide a specialist on call phone advice service for our ward based NIV unit. The trust has invested in a brand new high dependency respiratory unit with 8 negative pressure rooms. There is capacity to provide CPAP or NIV via 8 new V60 Philips ventilators. They have access to 4 Optiflow devices for high flow nasal oxygen. Each side room is equipment with a Fukuda DS monitor to ICU standard. A procedure room is being created on the new high dependency ward. The trust is currently building a new ambulatory care unit which our department will have access to. The trust is planning to increase ambulatory and interventional services, and would support service development in these areas. They currently have access at Ipswich to Bronchoscopy, Linear EBUS and a full pleural service. They are looking to develop physician led cancer diagnostics with ultrasound guided biopsy and radial EBUS.
WHAT IS LIFE LIKE IN THE TOWN?
WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU?
Sub-specialist interest is encouraged, as mentioned above, and specialist clinics can be developed as part of your role.
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE?
UK based applicants:
- Respiratory experience is essential
- Within 6 months of completing CESR
- Respiratory experience is essential
- Respiratory experience is essential
The trust are looking for a Consultant Psychiatrist to join an established Community General Adult service on either a fixed term or permanent basis.
The trust is performing very well and the CQC rated them as 'good' in their recent inspection.
In the community service you will contribute to assessment of patients referred to the service for diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders and support the Multi Disciplinary Team (MDT) members who carry out assessment of patients both within the team and in primary care.
The service is committed to a multidisciplinary approach to care and you will actively contribute to MDT meetings and formulation meetings and work in close collaboration with team members and other services.
The team describe themselves as a dynamic multidisciplinary team in community mental health services. You would join a wider group of supportive and motivated consultant psychiatrists across the region.
Further opportunities within the trust - training, teaching and network:
There is an excellent network of wider consultant support with weekly academic meetings and the opportunity to join a well-established consultant peer group for adult consultants in the area. The team has full time staff grade Dr support, and the team regularly hosts Specialty Trainees, GPVTS Trainees and higher trainees.
The post holder would be encouraged to be both a clinical and educational supervisor for trainees. Depending on your interests, there are also excellent opportunities to be involved in medical management, under/post-graduate teaching, develop areas of clinical interest. There are excellent links with the academic department and the potential for consultants to be involved in research.
The trust is also proud of its excellent CPD programme and opportunities for professional development, as well as very strong links with the University.
Overall, the trust has a lot to offer new recruits and they are very supportive of international applicants.
Opportunities available for senior physicians with experience in geriatrics, elderly care and / or frailty - either UK based experienced or overseas.
The department will be fully supportive of consultants that wish to pursue the CESR route to specialist registration, dependent on experience in the field.
If successful you will join a friendly team of 12 Consultant Geriatricians providing Acute Frailty & General Medicine expertise; as well as supporting a dedicated Frailty ward which prides itself on providing high quality care for patients, relatives and carers, front door ED assessment for frailty and AMU support for frailty.
There is a potential for joining a 1 in 12 Acute Frailty on call rota (selected take for Frailty only).
Recent developments in services offered by the Elderly Care Department have included:
- successful 7 day Acute Frailty Pathway
- a brand new 23 bedded Acute Frailty Unit fully staffed by a Multidisciplinary Team.
- developing hot clinics / Ambulatory Care for frail individuals.
The post holder will join a Frailty team offering acute medical services to a catchment population of approximately 400,000.
The position is for 10 PAs with responsibility for:
- inpatient workload
- developing and contributing to sub-speciality clinics / pathways
- contributing to running and the development of Frailty Hubs in the community
- potential out of hours / weekend Acute Frailty On-Call cover (this can be discussed prior to or after joining)
The department is a well equipped unit with excellent professional and academic facilities.
There are some outstanding schools within the area, two major London airports within reach and London is available within less of an hour on the train with excellent shopping and cultural facilities locally too.
Requirements for this position are the following;
- MRCP UK
- SCE Geriatrics or Acute desirable
- Significant experience in GIM and Elderly Care
Additionally a commitment to education and training or other evidence of academic achievement will be an advantage, whilst the trust is willing to be flexible and cater for requested for full times hours over less than five days.
Senior candidates wishing to attain CESR for Specialist Registration in Geriatrics Medicine will be fully supported by the trust.
Working for one of the largest acute trusts and district general hospitals in the South East, haematologists are invited to apply today for this exciting role with a university hospital with strong links to top London hospitals. This is an excellent opportunity for doctors who have UK experience, but have not yet completed their CESR, or those are ready to step up into a locum consutlant role after some years working as a senior middle grade in haematology. The Haematology Team The haematology team comprises five substantive consultants, 2 specialty doctors, 1 SpR, 3 junior doctors & 2 clinical nurse specialists who provide inpatient and outpatient services for the surrounding towns. There is an 8b Senior Manager for Blood Sciences, an 8a Transfusion Manager; there is one Band 7 Transfusion Practitioner, 4 band 7, 6 band 6 and 4 band 5 biomedical scientists. A new Band 8a haematology manager post has been approved. The Department & Service: There is also a dedicated haemato-oncology ward with 18 patient capacity as well as day unit for delivery of chemotherapy & a busy outpatient service. A Level 2 Haemato-Oncology service is delivered on dedicated McMillan supported Ward in addition to a specialist Day Chemotherapy Unit for treatment of Haemato-Oncology and Oncology patients. Inpatient capacity is 18 beds most of them are single rooms and there is close collaboration with King’s College Hospital for referral for autologous and allogeneic stem cell transplantation and well as use of specialist integrated haemato-pathology diagnostic services (SIMDS). Currently the Haematology laboratory performs an average 700 FBC tests, 475 coagulation tests and 100 blood bank tests daily. Adult medicine also has an 18 bedded specialist Haematology ward run by our 4 clinical Haematologists. There is also a dedicated outpatient haemato-oncology day unit run by specially trained nurses. The unit is used by Haematology and by the regional Oncology Service as a satellite treatment site from their base. An adjacent medical infusion suite also provides transfusion, blood product and other infusion support; this is also nurse led. The haematology service also has close relationships with ITU and HDU, which regularly provide support for our critically ill patients. Requirements for this role: To be eligible for this role it is advised that you should have the following:
- FRCPath (ideally in full and in haematology)
- MRCP UK
- Extensive expereince at consultant grade in haematology
- Ideally some NHS experience
- Empathetic, caring and team player type of personality
- Willingness to learn, adapt and strive for improvement
This friendly and enthusiastic consultant led team is looking for a motivated consultant with excellent experience in respiratory medicine (or specialty doctor within 6 months of completing CESR).
The department is set within one HSJ 'best NHS places to work" and is in a fantastic part of the country, surrounded by beautiful scenery.
The Hospital is situated in a mainly rural area in one of the most open, picturesque, safe and unspoilt parts of the country, offering a competitive property market, good local schools, easy access to the coast and an abundance of outdoor, sporting and recreational activities.
There are excellent rail links to London and easy access to an international airport.
The post will appeal to candidates who seek a high quality of life combined with a practical clinical role within a secure and well-run hospital, distinguished by its supportive and friendly culture.
The hospital has been given an overall rating of “Good” in September 2019.
This is an opportunity to join a highly motivated respiratory team, comprising of three substantive consultants and one long term locum consultant, supported by a multidisciplinary specialist team including nursing, physiologists and support staff, providing a comprehensive service of the highest quality for both inpatient and outpatient services.
Respiratory services and investigative facilities include; flexible bronchoscopy, EBUS, transbronchial biopsies, medical thoracoscopy, Pulmonary Function Laboratory, overnight oximetry, sleep studies and operation of a “fast track” straight to CT service for lung cancer.
- Good experience within respiratory medicine
- Preparing for OET/IELTS
*EEA candidates require an equivalent medical qualification, or specialist diploma
Prospective candidates should be within 6 months of obtaining CESR, or an ambitious Specialty Doctor looking to secure CESR within a supportive department.
Opportunity for senior dermatologists looking to develop and attain CESR or CCT in the NHS. Those looking to work as NHS Consultants are welcomed at one of the largest trusts in the region.
The department are looking for specialty doctors in dermatology who are open to working across two sites and joining a growing team in a well kitted department. The department comprises 8 clinic rooms, 2 minor operating theatres, separate areas for patch testing, phototherapy and PDT. The unit also has its own dedicated administrative, medical and nursing staff.
The ideal candidate will have ambitions to support the lead consultant and consultant team in redesigning the dermatology service to work towards an integrated community service across the region whilst developing and supporting staff across the Specialist Doctor development programme and nurse practitioner trainees. There are consultant vacancies avaialble and the ideal candidate will have the ambition to develop and quickly attain CESR or CCT with a view to taking a substantive consultant role with the trust.
Requirements for this position are:
- MRCP (desirable not essential)
- OET or IELTS
- Eligibility for GMC registration
- Extensive experience in dermatology, minimum of four years in specialism.
This is a great opportunity for dermatologists to work towards a senior consultant role and gain entry to the specialist register via CESR or CCT in Dermatology.
Opportunity for senior or consultant dermatologists to attain CESR or CCT and work as NHS Consultants for one of the largest trusts in the region.
The department are looking for consultant dermatologists looking work across two sites (though not necessary) and join a growing team in a well kitted department inlcuding 8 clinic rooms, 2 minor operating theatres, seperate areas for patch testing, phototherapy and PDT. The unit also has its own dedicated administrative, medical and nursing staff.
Requirements for this position are:
- MRCP (desireable not essential)
- OET or IELTS
- Eligibility for GMC registration
- SCE in dermatology desireable
- Extensive experience in dermatology with some management experience would be welcome but not essential.
This is a great opportunity for dermatologists to work towards a senior consultant role or gain entry to the specilaist register via CESR or CCT in Dermatology.
Fantastic opportunity for a senior stroke medicine physicians looking to attain Specialist Registration via either CCT or CESR routes.
Working in the Channel Islands the role is willing to support physicians looking to work as a consultant in medicine and stroke meidcine. Requirements are the following:
- Extensive experience in Stroke Medicine
- Good experience in General Medicine desireable
- Experience in Edlerly Care desireable
- IELTS or OET
The hospital is offering full support with CESR applications, applications for dual-accreditation and Tier 2 visa.
Attractive relocations packages are available.