Specialty Doctor in Medical Oncology
Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is pleased to announce the introduction of these new roles aimed at doctors who are passionate about their practice and their career outside traditional models. Our posts will combine education and career development with practical patient-facing care.
This post is not a recognised UK training post. Nevertheless, MYDoc doctors will have a named supervisor and be supported in undertaking scheduled educational opportunities to consolidate and develop alongside their experiential learning, with certificated outcomes or credentialing to support career progression through other routes.
An Introduction to the Division/Specialty from Hazel Pearse Head of Clinical Service
Hello, my name is Dr Hazel Pearse and I am the Head of Clinical Service for Haematology, Oncology and Palliative Care at Mid-Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
The Medical Oncology Service at Mid Yorkshire has undergone significant change in the last ten years with a shift in service provision from having outpatient visiting services from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust to a resident non-surgical oncology model with inpatient services and resident medical oncology team. Acute oncology patients are seen in a dedicated ambulatory unit on ward 20B by the acute oncology CNS team with Advanced Clinical Practitioner support. There is CMT and FY2 support for in-patients.
Mid Yorkshire provides a full range of secondary care cancer services and is located the cancer centres of Leeds and Sheffield. Historically there is close collaborative working with Leeds Teaching Hospitals. Videoconferencing of multidisciplinary meetings with the cancer centre at Leeds are in place for upper gastrointestinal cancer, urological cancer and haematology malignancies.
The Medical Oncology Department at Mid Yorkshire offers a supportive and encouraging environment in which to develop as a professional in our exciting specialist field. The successful team member will also benefit from close working with our visiting clinical oncology colleagues from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Experience will be available in Breast and Upper GI and Lower GI oncology, Gynaecology, Urology, CUP, Lung along with dedicated Acute Oncology sessions covering ward and day-case chemotherapy unit patients.
Applicants will be eligible for the post of Specialty Doctor as described in Terms and Conditions of Service for Specialty Doctors – England (2008) and will be remunerated as appropriate on the salary scale MC46 (£39,060 to £72,840) per annum.
For further information please contact in the first instance Dr Jay Naik, Consultant on telephone: (01924) 542486.
For any queries please contact Medical Staffing on (01924) 543642.
Shortlisted candidates are welcome to visit the department
This post is subject to a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check.
The Trust is an equal opportunities employer and operates a no smoking policy.