Full Time Consultant in Vascular Surgery
Closing date 17th June 2018
The Department of Vascular Surgery are seeking to appoint a Consultant Vascular surgeon. This post is new and arises as a result of service changes.
The appointee will be expected to have expertise in the management of standard vascular conditions. Renal access and endovascular experience is desirable but not essential. The Exeter Vascular Unit is based in the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, Wonford. There are currently four RDE vascular surgeons in post alongside two Torbay vascular surgeons. There is a well-established network arrangement with the vascular surgeons at Torbay hospital, including a shared emergency rota and joint MDT. All emergency arterial surgery is carried out in Exeter and plans for transfer of all elective Torbay arterial work to Exeter are at an adanced stage: Exeter will be the Arterial Centre for the network (in accordance with the Provision of Vascular Services documents and a directive from specialised commissioners).
The post will provide a 1:6 on call ‘hot week’ rota for the network Emergency Vascular service for Exeter and Torbay. Weekly commitments will consist typically of a combination of MDT, an all-day Exeter theatre list, 1-2 out-patient clinics and a full day a week at Torbay Hospital. Some weeks will also incorporate day case community hospital operating lists and clinics. This post is available immediately.
For further information please contact Mr Andrew Cowan, Clinical Lead for Vascular Surgery on01392 402790, or Mr Mark Stott, Clinical Director on 01392 402539.
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