Consultant Radiologist

Liverpool, Merseyside
30 Apr 2018
21 May 2018
Career Level
Full Time

Applications are invited from radiologists who have experience/interest in thoracic and/or cardiac imaging. The successful applicant will have the opportunity for in-house training and work along with our team of four experienced cardiothoracic radiologists and 2 cardiologists with imaging interest.

Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital (LHCH) is a successful NHS Foundation Trust, dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of cardiothoracic diseases, with an outstanding group of cardiac and thoracic surgeons, radiologists and chest physicians and cardiologists. Our Trust has its own research department which provides excellent support for those colleagues interested in research and innovation.

This post was created to accommodate for the increase in the demand of imaging studies, securing an adequate workload to each of the consultants. Our department provides the best technology for cardiothoracic imaging, with two 1.5 MRI scanners, including a wide bore, 1.5T cardiac optimized Siemens Aera MR scanner, a Siemens Dual-Source Somatom Definition Flash CT scanner and it is fully integrated with PACS.

The post holder will be based at the LHCH and general or thoracic sessions at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital could be explored. The total sessional commitment would be 10 – 12 PAs for a full time appointee, but applicants who wish to work less than full time are also welcome to apply.

For further information or to arrange a visit please contact Dr Caroline McCann, at LHCH on 0151 600 1486.

Applicants must hold a certificate of completion or be within 6 months of completion of specialist training in radiology (CCST), or equivalent international specialist radiology training certificate.

Applications should be made via NHS Jobs, please could all applicants attach a copy of their CV to the application form.

The interview date has yet to be confirmed.

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