Consultant in Medical Microbiology

Location
Luton, Bedfordshire
Salary
£77,931 - £105,042
Posted
02 Oct 2018
Closes
28 Oct 2018
Ref
418-M-MM-008
Sector
Hospital
Career Level
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Consultant in Medical Microbiology (10 PAs)

This is a replacement post, due to vacancy within the Microbiology Department. The appointee will be part of a team of two Consultants. The department provides an extensive repertoire of diagnostic tests in bacteriology, virology and mycology. Molecular diagnostic testing is employed in many diagnostic areas.

We are patient focused with the primary objective of providing accurate and rapid results to assist clinical colleagues to make timely decisions. You’ll be expected to lead the virology section of the department and along with the other consultant provide a comprehensive microbiology and infection treatment and management service.

The Hospital has always been renowned for its friendly atmosphere and good working relationships. Ongoing developments are now enabling a considerable expansion in facilities, staff and hence services offered. The Trust has University Hospital status with UCL.

The Hospital has easy access to central London and the rural Chilterns. Excellent schools are found nearby. There is also very good access to the Midlands and London by road or by rail. London Luton Airport is within fifteen minutes drive of the hospital. Residence is required within ten miles by road or up to thirty minutes travelling time of the hospital.

Applicants are required to have FRCPath or equivalent, full GMC registration, and inclusion on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council. Specialist Registrars may apply if within six months of obtaining CCT at the date of interview.

An informal visit may be arranged by appointment with Dr Rohinton Mulla, Lead Consultant on 01582 497213, email:
rohinton.mulla@ldh.nhs.uk or via the office 01582 497553.

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Closing Date: 28 October 2018
Interview Date: 3 December 2018