Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology

Haywards Heath, West Sussex
£76,761 -£103,465
09 Aug 2017
08 Sep 2017
Career Level
Contract Type
Full Time

1 post
Replacement post

Nestled in the heart of Sussex, with green fields around the site and views to the South Downs National Park, Hurstwood Park Centre is located in the grounds of the Princess Royal Hospital and is the base for our regional Clinical Neurophysiology services. 

Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals (BSUH) is an acute teaching hospital, working across two main sites: the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath. Working as one hospital across two sites, and playing to the strengths of both, gives us the flexibility to develop services which meet the needs of our patients at different stages of their treatment and care. 

We provide District General Hospital services to our local populations in and around the City of Brighton and Hove, Mid Sussex and the western part of East Sussex and more specialised and tertiary services, which include neurosciences, arterial vascular surgery, neonatal, paediatrics, cardiac, cancer, renal, infectious diseases and HIV medicine, for patients across Sussex and the south east of England. While the service is currently based at Hurstwood Park it will be transferred to purpose built facilities at the royal Sussex county hospital with the completion of the 3Ts development along with the neurosurgery and Neurology departments.

As part of our commitment to expand and improve our thriving Neu-rophysiology services for patients in advance of the ambitious 3T’s hospital development, we are seeking specialist accredited applicants for the first of three Consultant posts in Neurophysiology.

You will provide a comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient neurophysiology services, proactively taking a leading role in developing innovative provision in support of top quality healthcare for our patients. They will be encouraged and supported to build up sub-specialist interests, and to involve themselves with multi-disciplined teams to foster our role as an academic centre, a provider of high quality teaching, and a host hospital for cutting edge research and innovation.

Please refer to the person specification in the job description with regards to CCT requirements.

For further information, contact Mr Carl Hardwidge Clinical director of Neurosciences at 

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Posts are offered on a full-time basis; however, the Trust would welcome discussion with individuals looking for a more flexible working pattern to support a different work life balance. 

Closing date: 8 September 2017. No agencies