Consultant Acute Medicine
Consultants in Acute Medicine
The Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – Swindon
This is a great time to join our forward thinking acute medical team.
To support the development of our Acute Medical Unit we are looking to recruit substantive Consultants in Acute Medicine, both full time and part time applications will be considered. The successful applicants will help deliver continuity in the acute medical pathway, including working within our ambulatory care unit, to deliver an outstanding service dedicated to good quality patient care.
There is an opportunity for the successful candidates to pursue a special interest within other medical specialties with dedicated sessions offered as part of the role.
The department does aim to help strike a work life balance. The working week can be arranged for the successful applicant to have a non-working day each week.
The ideal applicants for these posts will be able to demonstrate the following attributes: strong knowledge and skills in acute medicine, positive response to the challenges of service development, resilience and flexibility in the face of rapid change, excellent interpersonal and communication skills. They will be able to work cooperatively and happily with colleagues both at consultant level and across the multidisciplinary team. They will have a strong commitment to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and an ability to demonstrate an understanding of the role of research in driving up clinical quality.
The successful applicants should possess MRCP (UK) from the Royal College of Physicians (or equivalent) and should be within 6 months of CCT at the time of interview or currently hold CCT or equivalent.
Successful applicants will be expected to participate in the medical on call rota including the weekends. The on call rota is currently 1 in 14 weekdays and 1 in 7 weekends, as two consultants provide weekend cover on both days
The main hospital, The Great Western Hospital, is an attractive new building set on the outskirts of Swindon. The hospital has excellent travel links: 5 minutes by car to junction 15 of the M4. There is easy access to surrounding villages and the Cotswolds. The town is on the main rail line between Bristol and London Paddington with travel time of less than an hour to both cities. The hospital has excellent on site facilities such as a nursery and purpose built accommodation. Great Western Hospital benefits from excellent relationship between management teams and clinical staff.
Competitive relocation package of up to £8000.
To discuss the post and arrange an informal visit, please contact Dr Tobenna Onyirioha, Associate Medical Director email@example.com or 01793607205 and Dr Catherine Strait on Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org or 01793605271 (Secretary).
For further information and to apply please visit www.jobs.nhs.uk reference 249-MED9990147. For any questions regarding the application process please contact email@example.com