Consultant Physician in Respiratory Medicine
This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Respiratory consultant to join our diverse and successful team at Glenfield Hospital, helping to shape and lead our specialist services.
These are newly created posts that have arisen through increased demands in our specialised out-patient services and a need to deliver Keogh standards.
This post is for Respiratory Consultant Physician with a specialist interest in TB.
The post holders will help to shape and support our emergency and specialist respiratory services. They will contribute to our urgent and emergency care portfolio and support our inpatient base ward workload. Glenfield Respiratory services have a proven track record of innovation and the post holder will be expected to lead the on-going development of specialist services.
There is a preference to recruit to the following sub-specialist services: asthma, lung cancer and interstitial lung disease. However, all sub-specialty interests are open to consideration.
Respiratory Medicine at Glenfield Hospital has a national and international reputation for its academic and clinical services. Clinically, we have specialist services in:
lung cancer with advanced bronchoscopic and pleural techniques, Mesothelioma, chronic suppurative lung infections, Cystic Fibrosis, TB, Complex Home Ventilation, Airways disease, Interstitial lung disease, Exercise and sports medicine.
Several of these services are commissioned by Specialised Service Commissioning having fulfilled the required specifications.
The unique Leicester cardio-respiratory emergency streaming pathway has been operational since 2013 and enables patients in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to be assessed at the point of presentation at Glenfield Hospital by the cardio-respiratory teams. All patients are assessed in the Clinical Decisions (CDU) and Coronary Care Units (CCU) following referral from GPs, direct 999 ambulances and the Leicester Royal Infirmary Emergency Department.
For further details/informal visits contact: Dr Gerrit Woltmann, Head of Service for Respiratory Medicine firstname.lastname@example.org
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Closing date: 23rd October 2019.