Come and join an experienced group of four cardiologists in lovely Herefordshire - a hidden gem of a county with glorious countryside where you can afford a lovely home with excellent schools and a great quality of life.
Wye Valley NHS Trust is responsible for the provision of acute and community services. Central to this is Hereford County Hospital, a modern rural District General Hospital opened in 2002 which is supported by four Community Hospitals and Community Services. The Trust serves a population of around 230,000 from Herefordshire and surrounding counties.
The hospital has undergone significant restructuring of its medical services in recent years and operates an acute medical model with the majority of medical specialities on site including Acute Medicine, Gastroenterology, Cardiology, Respiratory, Endocrinology, Stroke and Geriatrics. There is regional support from Neurology and Renal medicine in Birmingham.
Our practice in Herefordshire is closely aligned Worcester Royal Hospital and University Hospital Birmingham. This new development to recruit a new Consultant Cardiologist will allow us to achieve 24/7 Cardiology service for Herefordshire with a 1 in 5 on call for Cardiology attracting an 8% on call payment, there is no GIM component within these jobs. The appointee must have a special interest in cardiac imaging although other sub-specialty interests could be considered except percutaneous coronary intervention. The Cardiology department would be supportive of anyone looking to enhance their career in Education or Management. We are committed to maintaining a work life balance so whether just starting your consultant career or already an experienced Consultant come and talk to us.
The City of Hereford and the five market towns offer a wide variety of lifestyles blending the traditional with the modern. This is a county of contrasts where walkers enjoy breath-taking views, adrenalin seekers rave about our rock faces and river rapids, and connoisseurs of fine food enthuse about the quality of our locally grown produce.
Cycling, canoeing, climbing and kayaking sit neatly alongside theatres, art galleries, museums, festivals and more. There’s something for everyone.
For further information please contact James Glancy, firstname.lastname@example.org, tel 01432 364071