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Found 1 East of England job

  • Consultant Radiologists

    • Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire
    • National Pay Scales Apply
    • South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

    Due to retirement and continued investment in the department several vacancies have become available

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  • Medical Doctor

    • Bagsværd, Hovedstaden (DK)
    • Novo Nordisk

    Supporting teams working with ongoing safety surveillance of products within diabetes & cardiovascular disease, obesity/NASH, & bleeding disorders.

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  • Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist

    • Worthing, West Sussex
    • Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

    Due to internal movement we are now looking for a Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist

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  • Cardiology Consultant

    • Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
    • £77,913 to £105,042 pa
    • North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust

    We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic colleague to develop the existing cardiology services at NWAFT, a Trust that merged two years ago. This i...

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    • United Kingdom, England, London

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