Consultant Radiologist

£76,761 - £103,490 p.a.
08 May 2017
04 Jun 2017
Career Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Applications are invited for a county-wide post within Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, joining a forward looking team of 25 Radiologists across the County. The post available attracts 10 programmed activities and is based at Worcestershire Royal Hospital with job planned sessions covering Alexandra Hospital in Redditch or the Kidderminster Treatment Centre. Potential candidates looking to work less than full time are encouraged to apply and discuss their requirements ahead of interview.

A broad spectrum of interests exists amongst the current radiologists and we are keen to accommodate a variety of subspecialist interests, to complement our own. The award winning Radiology service is provided as a single cross-county Directorate.

Following a review of the delivery of clinical services across the county Worcestershire Acute Hospital is developing into a hyperacute centre. Vascular interventional radiology is provided at Worcester Royal hospital which also has a brand new Oncology Centre opened in early 2015 oncology care within the county. There are 3 MR and 5 CT scanners. Overnight on call CT is outsourced to a private teleradiology provider.

Worcestershire is a beautiful county, with a thriving hub and stunning recreational facilities, an expanse of new housing developments and top rated schools. It is an excellent location to live and work. Worcester was voted the 8th happiest place to live in 2013 and both Worcester and Redditch enjoy good connections by road and rail to Birmingham, Wales, the South West and London.

Applicants should hold full GMC registration with a Licence to practise.

A copy of the job description, further information and details of how to apply for the post can be obtained by clicking the apply button.

For further information please contact Dr R. Johnson, Clinical Director, via Vicki Russell on 01905 760542.

Closing date: 4th June 2017.
Interview date: 13th July 2017.

The NHS aims to employ a workforce which reflects the diversity of the local community.

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