Specialty Doctor in Infectious Diseases
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of the UK’s busiest and most successful NHS foundation trusts.
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Directorate of Specialised Medicine
SPECIALTY DOCTOR IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Applications are invited for an 8 PA Specialty Doctor in Infectious diseases to the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. This post has arisen due to a relocation Overseas and is permanent in nature.
The Department of Infection and Tropical Medicine (ID Unit) is a highly active clinical unit consisting of 33 dedicated beds, 17 of which are single with en-suite cubicles and continuously monitored negative pressure ventilation. It is on floor E of the Royal Hallamshire Hospital. Patients with a wide range of infections are admitted as secondary and tertiary referrals from general practice, accident and emergency and transfer from other hospitals. The overall number of ID admissions per year is approximately 2,000 including over 200 returning travellers.
The Department has an active outpatient service with six general infectious diseases clinics per week for new and follow up patients. In addition there are specialist clinics every week in HIV, hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis, and travel & vaccination medicine. These are multidisciplinary, and conducted with specialist nursing and other staff. There is a busy and growing Travel and Vaccination service. A new clinic for assessing and managing acute “hot cases” referred by GPs and other hospital departments and ward follow ups, is also being planned. Both doctors and nurses provide consultations for patients, who self-refer. The service is profit-generating, with all profits coming into the NHS.
The Department runs a busy and growing outpatient intravenous antibiotic service (OPAT) which currently treats upwards of 600 patients per year with a wide variety of clinical conditions, and saves over 6000 bed days across the Trust. The service runs seven days per week and is multi-disciplinary, with medical, specialist nursing and pharmacy involvement, and is seeking to further expand its services to the wider community.
Informal visits are encouraged and should be arranged through Janet Hanson, PA to Professor S T Green, Clinical Lead, on telephone number (0114) 271 3562
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Closing Date: 26 December 2017
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