Consultant in Cardiac Anaesthesia
We seek to appoint a whole time (10 PAs) Consultant in Adult Cardiac Anaesthesia. This is a replacement post following retirement. Cardiac Anaesthetists based at the Bristol Heart Institute.
The successful candidate will contribute to the adult cardiac anaesthetic team and provide an on-call service for adult cardiac surgery and the 24 bed cardiac intensive care unit on a 1:12 basis. The post holder will be expected to work in close collaboration with the consultant cardiac surgeons and cardiologists. The candidate should possess, or be in the process of obtaining, certification in Trans-oesophageal Echocardiography.
We would welcome applications from candidates with Intensive care accreditation or higher academic training.
The Bristol Heart Institute performs 1500 surgical cases per annum. It is a designated centre for ACHD, cardiology and cardiac surgery. It provides the regional PCI and trans-catheter valve implantation services, as well as tertiary services for arrhythmia intervention.
By negotiation additional sessions in General Anaesthesia may be undertaken.
The contract will be held with the University Hospitals Bristol NHS FT.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Dr Martin Platt – Lead Cardiac Anaesthetist (martin.platt@UHBristol.nhs.uk), or Dr James Hillier – Lead Doctor for Cardiac Surgery (james.hillier@UHBristol.nhs.uk)
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