Locum Consultant Respiratory Medicine
The Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Locum Consultant in Respiratory Medicine
The Respiratory Service at the Trust is looking to recruit a Locum Consultant. This is a fixed term post for 6 months pending the outcome of substantive recruitment. This post presents an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic growing department practicing from a newly built, state of the art 480 bed hospital. You will join the existing 6 Consultants providing respiratory care to our population of 400,000.
The Respiratory department is an integral department within the Division of Unscheduled Care. Respiratory physicians at the Great Western Hospital form part of the acute on call rota admitting acutely unwell general medical patients through our Emergency Department and Acute Assessment Unit. In-patient care is provided on a 35 bedded Respiratory and General Medical ward. Outpatient services are delivered on the main Hospital site. In addition the Department also have a Sleep Service, Lung Cancer Service, Plural Service, Bronchoscopy & EBUS service providing 2 lists per week, a Lung Function Service and CTD ILD monthly clinic.
We are looking for post holders with a special interest in any of the following areas: asthma, interstitial lung disease, lung cancer, pleural disease or sleep and domiciliary ventilation. Post holders will have the opportunity to develop their interest further once in post.
Successful applicants should hold MRCP (UK) or equivalent and it is desirable for candidates to be within 6 months of CCT or equivalent.
The Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is located in Swindon. The hospital has excellent travel links, located 5 minutes by car to junction 15 of the M4. The town is on the main rail link between Bristol and London, with travel time to London Paddington within one hour. There is also easy access to surrounding villages within the Cotswolds.
To discuss this post please contact Dr Anthony Kerry, Respiratory lead on 01793 646146 (Secretary) or email email@example.com
For further information and to apply please visit www.jobs.nhs.uk reference 249-MED9990187