Consultant Clinical Oncologist with expertise in Urological Cancer, Skin Cancer
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Consultant Clinical Oncologist with expertise in Urological Cancer, Skin Cancer and Haematological Malignancy Radiotherapy
The Oncology team at NUH are looking for a new colleague to join their internationally renowned, forward thinking service. We are keen to appoint a substantive Consultant Clinical Oncologist with an active interest inUrology, SkinandHaematologyMalignancy Radiotherapyto join our team of 22 consultant oncologists.
The post will be based at the City Campus and KMH. The successful candidate will join well established and close working multi-disciplinary team of Clinical Nurse Specialists, Advanced Pharmacy Practitioners, Ward and Day Case colleagues.
As well as offering a varied and stimulating workload, this role can also cater to individual interests such as teaching, educational supervision, research and leadership roles within the specialty. A competitive relocation package and car parking permit will also be available.
Applicants must be registered with the GMC and on the GMC specialist register, or within 6 months of their expected date of CCT at time of interview.
The speciality serves a resident population of 1.1 million and currently sees approximately 5,000 new patients each year (at City Hospital and Kings Mill); providing a comprehensive range of non-surgical oncology services to the East Midlands.
Oncology has invested in a high calibre acute oncology nursing team supporting the acute care of cancer patients admitted to city hospital campus as well as providing outreach support at Queen’s Medical Centre.
The Oncology consultant team of 7 medical oncology and 15 clinical consultants provide site specialist care in multi-disciplinary teams. There is an established Medical Oncology Higher Specialist Training programme (5 posts), a highly successful Academic training programme (ACFs & ACLs) and a Clinical Oncology programme (9 posts). There are 7 F1s, 1 F2s, 3 ST1/2 and 10 higher grade trainees as part of the East Midlands Healthcare Workforce Deanery (North) training rotations.
The Department has a very active clinical trials programme with a dedicated research team for academic, NCRN and industry lead studies as well as integral working with the NCRN research team.
NUH is one of the largest in the UK with an annual budget in excess of £940 million. It was formed on 1 April 2006, when two top-rated trusts Queen’s Medical Centre and Nottingham City Hospital merged in order to develop a range of high-quality, sustainable patient services across the two campuses. The trust is one of the largest employers in the region with around 14,000 people making up ‘team NUH.’, in addition to 1,300 volunteers and 14,500 public members.
Nottingham is a vibrant and prosperous city with something to offer everyone. It has excellent schools and colleges, and two thriving Universities. There are good theatres, an arena which attracts national and international performers, and several renowned arts centres and museums. There is a long and esteemed sporting heritage spanning close to seven centuries. It is surrounded by lively market towns and wonderful historic buildings; the city is one of the UK’s leading retail centres with a wide choice of restaurants.
Candidates are highly recommended to visit the department and hospital.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Professor Srinivasan Madhusudan (Head of Service) Tel 0115 9691169 ext. 57300
Dr Matthew Griffin (Consultant Clinical Oncologist) Tel 0115 9691169 ext. 76219
Dr Judith Christian (Head of Radiotherapy)Tel 0115 969 1169 ext. 76224.
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