Consultant in Acute & General Ophthalmology, Cataract and Medical Retina
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Consultant in Acute & General Ophthalmology and Cataract at Moorfields South.
Moorfields South Division comprises of Moorfields at St George’s Hospital and Moorfields at Queen Mary’s Hospital Roehampton. There are 10 programmed activities of which 7 provide direct clinical care.
The post-holder will be responsible for service redesign in developing the acute, general and cataract pathways with the current consultant. The post holder will also work with their counterpart at Moorfields at Croydon University Hospital to ensure an even provision of care across the Division.
The holder of this post is required to be fully registered with the General Medical Council and hold a License to Practise and be an appropriately subscribed member of a registered professional defence organisation.
Candidates are required to be in possession of the Fellowship of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists or equivalent. It is desirable that applicants are on the GMC Specialist Register.
The possession of a higher degree would be an advantage and completion of a subspecialist fellowship in medical retina and cataract surgery (or to be able to demonstrate ability to perform high volume cataract surgery) are essential.
For an informal discussion about the role please contact Alison Davis, Divisional Director for Moorfields South via her PA on email firstname.lastname@example.org, Patricia Murphy, Divisional Manager for Moorfields South on email Patricia.Murphy@moorfields.nhs.uk or by telephone on 020 8725 2325 or Rathie Rajendram, Consultant in acute and general ophthalmology & cataract on email Rathie.Rajendram@moorfields.nhs.uk
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CV’s will not be accepted in application for this post, it is essential that applicants complete the online application form in full.
Closing Date: 9th July 2017
Interview date: To be confirmed