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Specialty Doctor Emergency Medicine

Job Reference : HPJOB7

 

The Hospital

The Trust is one of the largest teaching Trusts in the United Kingdom with a reputation for excellent, friendly staff who provide high quality care from three hospitals.
The Trust was established in April 2002 and has an income of £350 million. It employs 6200 WTE staff, has about 1000 beds and serves a population of over 500,000.
The Trust is a key partner along with local PCTs and local authorities in the Right care Right Here programme which seeks to deliver an ambitious redevelopment of local health services including investment of £700 million in new facilities in both the acute and community sectors, making it one of the largest investment programmes in the UK. Included within this is a brand new state of the art acute hospital which has planning permission and is set to open in 2015/16. This will create some of the largest clinical teams in the country on a single site.

 

The Department

– 1 Triage area and Room
– 3 bedded Resuscitation area – Overhead gantry for x-rays, Bair hugger, Level I rapid infuser,

Portable ventilator, Invasive monitoring, Ultrasound, Blood gas analyser
– 5 Monitored cubicles
– 13 Majors cubicles, 2 of which are private for gynaecological cases
– 11 Minors cubicles
– Paediatric area with 6 cubicles, waiting area and play area
– Suture theatre
– Relatives’ room with adjoining viewing room
– Plaster room
– 2 dedicated ED x-ray rooms

 

The Job

The post will be based within the Emergency Department and will be directly responsible to the Consultants in Emergency Medicine and the Clinical Director for Emergency Medicine. The principal duties will be:

1. Working to provide primary assessment and initial care of major medical, surgical and trauma cases as

well as the treatment of minor ailments and injuries.
2. Ensuring clear communication with General Practitioners, Emergency Services, Social Services and/or

other agencies, when patients are discharged home direct from the Emergency Department
3. Participation in the education and training of medical students and nurses in all aspects of Emergency

Medicine.

4. To demonstrate a firm commitment to the principles of clinical governance, including:

* developing and maintaining appropriate systems and practice to ensure effective clinical audit in

emergency medicine.
* attending and contributing to the Trust’s Clinical Effectiveness Programme.
* participating in the Trust’s Clinical Incident Reporting system
* developing a programme of personal continuing professional education, development and, where

appropriate, research, within available resources and within the workload and priorities of the

service, as agreed with the Consultants in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Director.

Study leave will be granted in accordance with the National Terms and Conditions of Service for Hospital, Medical and Dental staff. There will be time equivalent to one session per week designated for CPD, audit and management.

 

5. The post holder will be expected to work flexibly to meet the needs of the department.

 

Skills (Years Experience) : Emergency Medicine Training

Language Requirements : Fluent English

Employment Type : Permanent

Salary/Rate : From: 45000 To: 68000 £ GBP per year

Job Location : Birmingham – West Midlands – UK

 

Specialty Doctor Emergency Medicine

Job Reference :  HPJOB6

 

The Hospital

This is a modern hospital with a double excellent rating, part of an elite group of the best performing hospitals in the UK.
The hospital also has Associate Teaching Hospital status.
The Hospital is situated in pleasant suburban surroundings. The area is close to national parks and the city of Sheffield and has excellent road and rail links to the rest of the country. All acute medical, surgical, paediatric and obstetric and gynaecological services are on this site and the hospital receives major trauma.
The Hospital is a major provider of high quality healthcare in South Yorkshire, over 800 beds on site with excellent modern facilities for Intensive Care, Coronary Care, a Central Theatre Suite, a Day Surgical Unit and Endoscopy Suite.
The clinical services are supported by comprehensive Laboratory facilities, Medical Physics and Diagnostic Radiology Departments. CT and MRI scanning are on site and there is a well-equipped Medical Illustration Department. A vigorous Post Graduate Medical Education Programme is based in the Education Centre in the main Hospital. The Centre affords a lecture theatre and tutorial rooms. The medical Library and information systems are widely acclaimed. A well-established Clinical Skills Centre provides training in resuscitation and other clinical skills to medical and nursing staff.

 

The Job

The post is intended for an experienced clinician and the possession of a higher qualification would be an advantage but is not essential.
The Specialty Doctor clinician will be responsible to the Consultants in the Emergency Department.
They will dedicate most of their time to the interviewing, examination, diagnosis, treatment (and where appropriate the health education) of those patients attending the department.
They will be expected to look after any inpatients that are under the care of the Consultants.
The Review Clinics are currently Consultant led but if required the Specialty Doctor will help in running the clinic.
They will keep abreast of the current knowledge and the state of the art of the specialty and participate in the appraisal process that exists for Career Grade Staff in the Trust.
Wherever appropriate they will take responsibility to bring to the attention of the relevant Consultants all clinical problems requiring further evaluation and specialised care.
During the times when Consultants are unavailable because of their commitments or work patterns, they will be required to offer advice and guidance in overseeing the day-to-day management of the Department. This would include working with the nursing charge to try and achieve the Four Hour Operational Standard, whilst maintaining the overarching principle of good clinical care.
The post-holder will be required to undertake real time coding of the diagnosis of patients’ attendances and provide help and advice to other members to ensure the same, in order that relevant statistics are maintained.
Aside from their clinical duties there is time set aside for non-clinical tasks and the Specialty Doctors are expected to make full use of this time. It would be expected that Audit, Teaching and Research, according to the needs of the individual and the department, would form a major part of this non-clinical time
They will participate fully in the clinical governance program, offering their insight in to appropriate issues and helping to lead staff in any changes that are required.
They will be required to participate in the duty rota. It may be necessary to amend this rota (by agreement between management, Consultants and Speciality Doctor) from time to time according to the changing needs of the service. We are committed to producing a rota that is compatible with a healthy life outside of medicine.

 

Skills (Years Experience) : Emergency Medicine Training

Language Requirements : Fluent English

Employment Type : Permanent

Salary/Rate : From: 37000 To: 68000 £ GBP per year

Job Location : Rotherham – Yorkshire – UK

 

Trust Doctor Emergency Medicine London/Surrey

Job Reference :HPJOB8

 

The Hospital

The Hospital Trust is a busy acute general hospital serving South West London and Surrey. Just 25 minutes from central London, the area also enjoys the proximity to some of London’s greenest open spaces including Royal parks and palaces.
The hospital comprises over 550 beds and the Emergency Department sees approximately 100,000 patients per year.

The Department

The A&E department sees over 100,000 patients each year. It has a purpose built five-bedded resuscitation area with excellent facilities including overhead digital X-Ray gantry, bedside ultrasound facilities, non-invasive ventilation and the latest monitoring equipment. Over 25% of our patients are children and our dedicated Paediatric A&E area has paediatric-trained nursing staff. Additionally there is departmental phlebotomy, occupational therapy, emergency nurse practitioners and GP liaison services. The department has computerised X-Ray viewing and archiving and has recently “gone live” with new First-Net CRS patient tracking and coding.
They have a senior-led initial assessment of all ‘majors’ patients to assist middle grade decision-making as well as departmental ward rounds 4 times per day to promote training. They also have departmental nursing shift leaders and ‘trouble-shooters’ to aid clinical activity and decision-making. A departmental coordinator facilitates admissions plus access to speciality clinics as an alternative to in-patient referral.
They have a welcoming department with a friendly and supportive clinical team with an excellent record of publishing papers in peer reviewed medical journals over recent years. There is an active social program for team building and to help successful candidates settle in.

 

The Job

The post will be based within the Emergency Department and will be directly responsible to the Consultants in Emergency Medicine and the Clinical Director for Emergency Medicine. The principal duties will be:

1. Working to provide primary assessment and initial care of major medical, surgical and trauma cases as

well as the treatment of minor ailments and injuries.
2. Ensuring clear communication with General Practitioners, Emergency Services, Social Services and/or

other agencies, when patients are discharged home direct from the Emergency Department
3. Participation in the education and training of medical students and nurses in all aspects of Emergency

Medicine.

4. To demonstrate a firm commitment to the principles of clinical governance, including:

* developing and maintaining appropriate systems and practice to ensure effective clinical audit in

emergency medicine.
* attending and contributing to the Trust’s Clinical Effectiveness Programme.

* participating in the Trust’s Clinical Incident Reporting system
* developing a programme of personal continuing professional education, development and, where

appropriate, research, within available resources and within the workload and priorities of the service, as

agreed with the Consultants in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Director.

Study leave will be granted in accordance with the National Terms and Conditions of Service for Hospital, Medical and Dental staff. There will be time equivalent to one session per week designated for CPD, audit and management.

5. The post holder will be expected to work flexibly to meet the needs of the department.

 

Skills (Years Experience) :Emergency Medicine Training

Language Requirements : Fluent English

Employment Type :Permanent

Salary/Rate : From: 45000 To: 68000 £ GBP per year

Job Location : Kingston upon Thames – Surrey – UK

 

 

Consultant Anaesthetist – Orthopaedic Surgery

Job Reference :HPJ203

 

Employer Information:

My client are a leading independent provider of health and social care. Working in close partnership with local authorities, PCTs and SHAs, the company draws on over 25 years of experience to provide tailor-made service solutions, including residential, community, specialist, primary and secondary care.
In the health sector they are the largest operator by far of independent sector treatment centres in the UK and they are very active across a wide spectrum of primary care services. They operate GP practices, NHS Walk-in Centres and GP out-of-hours services, as well as highly innovative Clinical Assessment and Treatment Services (CATS).
They operate ten NHS Treatment Centres around the UK where patients can receive fast, same day or short stay surgery and diagnostic procedures. The Treatment Centres are designed to give patients greater choice over when and where they have their surgery and play a major role in helping reduce NHS waiting times. They have a first class track record with exceptional patient satisfaction ratings, short waiting times and excellent clinical outcomes.
They are proud to be one of the UK’s leading and most innovative providers of elective surgery outside the NHS.

 

Job Summary:

To provide a high standard of Anaesthesia with a team of specialist colleagues to day cases and inpatients. To provide high quality, general, local and regional anaesthesia for a wide range of cases using local and spinal epidural anaesthesia use of regional anaesthetic techniques is encouraged.
It is expected that the postholder will take part in the on-call on a rota of 1 week in 8. Duties include pre-operative assessment clinics, operating lists, post-operative ward rounds and care of patients in HDU.

The Facility:

The Centre has four operating theatres three of which have laminar flow. There are four HDU beds and six post-anaesthetic care bays with five cubicles for the second stage of recovery, in addition to five consulting and examination rooms. In total there are 36 inpatient beds and over 5000 cases a year are treated including major joint surgery, back surgery and hand and foot surgery on patients of ASA 3 and fitter.

 

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Clinical Management of Patients
* Provide, as most appropriate for the patient, an evidence-based elective anaesthetic service to cover general, spinal, epidural, regional or local, as agreed with the Medical Director.
* Act as a team player showing mutual respect for the experience and skills of colleagues in whatever profession.
* Contribute to the efficient delivery of the contracted volumes and management of the service.
* Follow the internal model of care and its integrated pathways unless changed by formal agreement.
* Follow internal company policies, protocols and procedures.
* Work closely with the scheduling team and colleagues to make best use of list time.
* Commence clinics and lists promptly.
* Mitigate the impact of any delays.
* Take part in an out of hours on call rota for the Centre.
* Follow NICE Guidelines where applicable and agreed by the Company.
* Introduce innovation in anaesthetic clinical practice where it is evidence based.
* Give a high priority to infection control and hand washing in particular working with the infection control

link nurse.
* Contribute fully to local clinical governance arrangements and reduction of clinical risk.
* Take a full part in multidisciplinary clinical audit against national and local standards where they exist.
* Report any actual or potential adverse patient incidents to the General Manager / Lead Clinician and play a

full part in the investigation of such incidents
* Contribute to specialist training of SPRs and SHOs as part of the Trust and Deanery training programme

when agreed.

* Undertake clinical supervision and assist with training of nursing staff as required.
* Maintain the levels of CPD required by the College.
Communication
* Ensure that identified lines of communication are maintained with patients, colleagues and external agencies to demonstrate politeness and courtesy and sensitivity promoting the corporate image of SOTC.
* Demonstrate the ability to be able to motivate and persuade others through advanced communication skills.

 

Skills (Years Experience) :Anaesthetist, Anaesthesia, Anesthetist, Anesthesia, Anesthesiology

Language Requirements : Fluent English

Employment Type :Permanent

Salary/Rate : From: 90000 To: 90000 £ GBP per year

Job Location :West Sussex – Sussex – UK

 

Trust Grade Doctor – Emergency Medicine

Job Reference :hpjob44

Job Description :

Located in East London, this hospital serves the most diverse and fastest growing population in the UK. The area is a vibrant borough that is undergoing one of the country’s most ambitious regeneration schemes including proximity to the olympic games site and canary wharf.
We are looking to recruit registrar and junior grade doctors in the following areas:
Accident and Emergency
Intensive Care Unit
General Surgery
Orthopaedic Surgery
If you are looking to enhance your skills in managing the critically unwell patient and you want to work in an exciting, dynamic and friendly hospital then this post is for you. It will provide both fantastic clinical experience and high quality consultant level support.

The Emergency Department

The Emergency Department sees approximately 95,000 new patients a year. It is staffed by 6 Consultants (two with a special interest in Paediatric Emergency Medicine), 3 SPRs, 3 ST4,1 ST3, 2 ACCS trainees, 7 Trust Clinical fellows, 10 Foundation Program year 2 s and 2 GP trainees.
The department has a unique clinical remit and patient demographic with a high percentage of critically unwell patients. 9% of new patients require care in resus compared with a national average of 1%. This presents an excellent educational opportunity and the department is actively involved in managing these patients. There is a state of the art ultrasound scanner, and Middle Grade doctors will receive training in its use. Formal and informal teaching is the norm and educational advancement and audit are actively encouraged.
The Emergency Department has a 4 bedded resuscitation room with the capability to ventilate patients at each bay. There is a majors cubicle area, a minors unit staffed by ENPs and separate paediatric area. There is an onsite Urgent Care Centre which sees primary care patients. This, combined with extensive point of care testing, contributes to an excellent clinical environment for staff to provide quality healthcare. The department runs a busy Clinical Decision Unit using well defined care pathways. The Emergency Medicine Consultants are committed to providing experience and training to their junior staff in all areas of Emergency Medicine including paediatrics.

The Intensive Care Unit

The ICU runs 7-8 beds and has over 400 admissions per annum. Two of the beds provide HDU level care. The ICU is fully covered by a Consultant Intensivist during the day and by the on-call Consultant Anaesthetist out of hours. There is an active outreach service leaded by a specialist nurse supported by one consultant Intensivist. Sessions in Anaesthesia can be arranged to suit the candidates needs/interests, bearing in mind that this is primarily an ICU post. The on-call rota is EWTD compliant and out of hours duties include Long Day shifts and Night shifts (in blocks of Monday – Thursday and Friday – Sunday).
Participation in Research and auditing will be encouraged and the ICU is involved in data collection for several research projects. The ICU runs its own teaching lead by the consultant Intensivist and covers all major topics in Intensive Care Medicine.
The successful candidate will be expected to join the established teaching programme for the fellows currently in place, involving weekly tutorials held in protected teaching time. In addition, there are regular departmental meetings and hospital grand rounds.
Postgraduate qualifications are not essential and study for the membership examinations and the life support courses (ALS, ATLS, APLS, MIMMS) will be supported.

There is an excellent Postgraduate Medical Centre with a well stocked library and full internet access.

General Surgery

The General Surgery department comprises of six General Surgeons with a range of specialist and general interests offering a comprehensive service for planned and emergency surgical procedures.
General Surgery is a medical specialty focusing on the abdominal organs including; oesophagus, stomach, colon, liver, gall bladder, bile ducts and the thyroid gland. It also encompasses breast surgery, colorectal surgery and upper gastrointestinal tract surgery.

Orthopaedic Surgery
The orthopaedic department at Newham University Hospital NUS Trust is a multidisciplinary team staffed by six consultant surgeons, surgical staff, dedicated nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists.
The department provides consultation and treatment for all general orthopaedic ailments and benefits from a consultant body with established interests in the sub-specialist areas of upper limb surgery, complex shoulder surgery, hand surgery, hip replacement (conventional and resurfacing), revision hip replacement, knee replacement, revision knee replacement, complex knee ligament reconstruction, surgery for degenerative conditions of the knee, foot and ankle surgery and paediatric orthopaedics.

There is a dedicated multidisciplinary team of surgeons, biomechanical experts, physiotherapists, orthotic and on-site ultrasound imaging that manage a wide variety of orthopaedic conditions.
We have dedicated fracture clinics that run daily and have a plaster room and treatment room. Attendance is by appointment only, however we do see urgent on the day patients that have been streamed through the Urgent Care Centre.
Outpatients and Operative procedures (the site has specific day-case facilities and a dedicated ward for in-patient stay) are performed at the Gateway Surgical Centre. Trauma Surgery is carried out on the main site with an associated specialist ward for complex surgical patients.
Diagnosis and treatment are supported by the expertise of the hospital’s radiologists. There are weekly seminars at which complex trauma and elective orthopaedic cases are discussed. Imaging facilities include a state-of-the-art film-less, digital image transfer and viewing system (PACS).

 

Skills (Years Experience) : Trust Grade Doctor – Emergency Medicine

Language Requirements : Fluent English

Employment Type :Permanent

Salary/Rate :From: 45000  To: 68000 £ GBP per year

Job Location :East London – East London – UK

Trust Grade Doctor – Orthopaedic Surgery

Job Reference :hpjob44

 

 

Located in East London, this hospital serves the most diverse and fastest growing population in the UK. The area is a vibrant borough that is undergoing one of the country’s most ambitious regeneration schemes including proximity to the olympic games site and canary wharf.

We are looking to recruit registrar and junior grade doctors in the following areas:

Accident and Emergency
Intensive Care Unit
General Surgery
Orthopaedic Surgery

If you are looking to enhance your skills in managing the critically unwell patient and you want to work in an exciting, dynamic and friendly hospital then this post is for you. It will provide both fantastic clinical experience and high quality consultant level support.

The Emergency Department

The Emergency Department sees approximately 95,000 new patients a year. It is staffed by 6 Consultants (two with a special interest in Paediatric Emergency Medicine), 3 SPRs, 3 ST4,1 ST3, 2 ACCS trainees, 7 Trust Clinical fellows, 10 Foundation Program year 2 s and 2 GP trainees.

The department has a unique clinical remit and patient demographic with a high percentage of critically unwell patients. 9% of new patients require care in resus compared with a national average of 1%. This presents an excellent educational opportunity and the department is actively involved in managing these patients. There is a state of the art ultrasound scanner, and Middle Grade doctors will receive training in its use. Formal and informal teaching is the norm and educational advancement and audit are actively encouraged.

 

The Emergency Department has a 4 bedded resuscitation room with the capability to ventilate patients at each bay. There is a majors cubicle area, a minors unit staffed by ENPs and separate paediatric area. There is an onsite Urgent Care Centre which sees primary care patients. This, combined with extensive point of care testing, contributes to an excellent clinical environment for staff to provide quality healthcare. The department runs a busy Clinical Decision Unit using well defined care pathways. The Emergency Medicine Consultants are committed to providing experience and training to their junior staff in all areas of Emergency Medicine including paediatrics.

 

The Intensive Care Unit

The ICU runs 7-8 beds and has over 400 admissions per annum. Two of the beds provide HDU level care. The ICU is fully covered by a Consultant Intensivist during the day and by the on-call Consultant Anaesthetist out of hours. There is an active outreach service leaded by a specialist nurse supported by one consultant Intensivist. Sessions in Anaesthesia can be arranged to suit the candidates needs/interests, bearing in mind that this is primarily an ICU post. The on-call rota is EWTD compliant and out of hours duties include Long Day shifts and Night shifts (in blocks of Monday – Thursday and Friday – Sunday).
Participation in Research and auditing will be encouraged and the ICU is involved in data collection for several research projects. The ICU runs its own teaching lead by the consultant Intensivist and covers all major topics in Intensive Care Medicine.
The successful candidate will be expected to join the established teaching programme for the fellows currently in place, involving weekly tutorials held in protected teaching time. In addition, there are regular departmental meetings and hospital grand rounds.

Postgraduate qualifications are not essential and study for the membership examinations and the life support courses (ALS, ATLS, APLS, MIMMS) will be supported.

There is an excellent Postgraduate Medical Centre with a well stocked library and full internet access.

General Surgery

The General Surgery department comprises of six General Surgeons with a range of specialist and general interests offering a comprehensive service for planned and emergency surgical procedures.

General Surgery is a medical specialty focusing on the abdominal organs including; oesophagus, stomach, colon, liver, gall bladder, bile ducts and the thyroid gland. It also encompasses breast surgery, colorectal surgery and upper gastrointestinal tract surgery.

Orthopaedic Surgery

The orthopaedic department at Newham University Hospital NUS Trust is a multidisciplinary team staffed by six consultant surgeons, surgical staff, dedicated nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists.

The department provides consultation and treatment for all general orthopaedic ailments and benefits from a consultant body with established interests in the sub-specialist areas of upper limb surgery, complex shoulder surgery, hand surgery, hip replacement (conventional and resurfacing), revision hip replacement, knee replacement, revision knee replacement, complex knee ligament reconstruction, surgery for degenerative conditions of the knee, foot and ankle surgery and paediatric orthopaedics.

There is a dedicated multidisciplinary team of surgeons, biomechanical experts, physiotherapists, orthotic and on-site ultrasound imaging that manage a wide variety of orthopaedic conditions.

 

We have dedicated fracture clinics that run daily and have a plaster room and treatment room. Attendance is by appointment only, however we do see urgent on the day patients that have been streamed through the Urgent Care Centre.
Outpatients and Operative procedures (the site has specific day-case facilities and a dedicated ward for in-patient stay) are performed at the Gateway Surgical Centre. Trauma Surgery is carried out on the main site with an associated specialist ward for complex surgical patients.

Diagnosis and treatment are supported by the expertise of the hospital’s radiologists. There are weekly seminars at which complex trauma and elective orthopaedic cases are discussed. Imaging facilities include a state-of-the-art film-less, digital image transfer and viewing system (PACS).

 

Skills (Years Experience) :Trust Grade Doctor – Orthopaedic Surgery

Language Requirements : Fluent English

Employment Type :Permanent

Salary/Rate :From: 45000 To: 68000 £ GBP per year

Job Location :East London – East London – UK

 

 

Trust Grade Doctor – General Surgery

Job Reference :hpjob44

 

Located in East London, this hospital serves the most diverse and fastest growing population in the UK. The area is a vibrant borough that is undergoing one of the country’s most ambitious regeneration schemes including proximity to the olympic games site and canary wharf.

We are looking to recruit registrar and junior grade doctors in the following areas:

Accident and Emergency
Intensive Care Unit
General Surgery
Orthopaedic Surgery

 

If you are looking to enhance your skills in managing the critically unwell patient and you want to work in an exciting, dynamic and friendly hospital then this post is for you. It will provide both fantastic clinical experience and high quality consultant level support.

The Emergency Department

The Emergency Department sees approximately 95,000 new patients a year. It is staffed by 6 Consultants (two with a special interest in Paediatric Emergency Medicine), 3 SPRs, 3 ST4,1 ST3, 2 ACCS trainees, 7 Trust Clinical fellows, 10 Foundation Program year 2 s and 2 GP trainees.

The department has a unique clinical remit and patient demographic with a high percentage of critically unwell patients. 9% of new patients require care in resus compared with a national average of 1%. This presents an excellent educational opportunity and the department is actively involved in managing these patients. There is a state of the art ultrasound scanner, and Middle Grade doctors will receive training in its use. Formal and informal teaching is the norm and educational advancement and audit are actively encouraged.

The Emergency Department has a 4 bedded resuscitation room with the capability to ventilate patients at each bay. There is a majors cubicle area, a minors unit staffed by ENPs and separate paediatric area. There is an onsite Urgent Care Centre which sees primary care patients. This, combined with extensive point of care testing, contributes to an excellent clinical environment for staff to provide quality healthcare. The department runs a busy Clinical Decision Unit using well defined care pathways. The Emergency Medicine Consultants are committed to providing experience and training to their junior staff in all areas of Emergency Medicine including paediatrics.

The Intensive Care Unit
The ICU runs 7-8 beds and has over 400 admissions per annum. Two of the beds provide HDU level care. The ICU is fully covered by a Consultant Intensivist during the day and by the on-call Consultant Anaesthetist out of hours. There is an active outreach service leaded by a specialist nurse supported by one consultant Intensivist. Sessions in Anaesthesia can be arranged to suit the candidates needs/interests, bearing in mind that this is primarily an ICU post. The on-call rota is EWTD compliant and out of hours duties include Long Day shifts and Night shifts (in blocks of Monday – Thursday and Friday – Sunday).
Participation in Research and auditing will be encouraged and the ICU is involved in data collection for several research projects. The ICU runs its own teaching lead by the consultant Intensivist and covers all major topics in Intensive Care Medicine.

The successful candidate will be expected to join the established teaching programme for the fellows currently in place, involving weekly tutorials held in protected teaching time. In addition, there are regular departmental meetings and hospital grand rounds.

Postgraduate qualifications are not essential and study for the membership examinations and the life support courses (ALS, ATLS, APLS, MIMMS) will be supported.

There is an excellent Postgraduate Medical Centre with a well stocked library and full internet access.

General Surgery

The General Surgery department comprises of six General Surgeons with a range of specialist and general interests offering a comprehensive service for planned and emergency surgical procedures.

General Surgery is a medical specialty focusing on the abdominal organs including; oesophagus, stomach, colon, liver, gall bladder, bile ducts and the thyroid gland. It also encompasses breast surgery, colorectal surgery and upper gastrointestinal tract surgery.

Orthopaedic Surgery

The orthopaedic department at Newham University Hospital NUS Trust is a multidisciplinary team staffed by six consultant surgeons, surgical staff, dedicated nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists.

The department provides consultation and treatment for all general orthopaedic ailments and benefits from a consultant body with established interests in the sub-specialist areas of upper limb surgery, complex shoulder surgery, hand surgery, hip replacement (conventional and resurfacing), revision hip replacement, knee replacement, revision knee replacement, complex knee ligament reconstruction, surgery for degenerative conditions of the knee, foot and ankle surgery and paediatric orthopaedics.

There is a dedicated multidisciplinary team of surgeons, biomechanical experts, physiotherapists, orthotic and on-site ultrasound imaging that manage a wide variety of orthopaedic conditions.

We have dedicated fracture clinics that run daily and have a plaster room and treatment room. Attendance is by appointment only, however we do see urgent on the day patients that have been streamed through the Urgent Care Centre.
Outpatients and Operative procedures (the site has specific day-case facilities and a dedicated ward for in-patient stay) are performed at the Gateway Surgical Centre. Trauma Surgery is carried out on the main site with an associated specialist ward for complex surgical patients.

Diagnosis and treatment are supported by the expertise of the hospital’s radiologists. There are weekly seminars at which complex trauma and elective orthopaedic cases are discussed. Imaging

facilities include a state-of-the-art film-less, digital image transfer and viewing system (PACS).

 

Skills (Years Experience) :Trust Grade Doctor – General Surgery

Language Requirements : Fluent English

Employment Type :Permanent

Salary/Rate :From: 45000  To: 68000 £ GBP per year

Job Location :East London – East London – UK

 

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Job Reference :hpjob2

Employer Information:

My client are a leading independent provider of health and social care. Working in close partnership with local authorities, PCTs and SHAs, the company draws on over 25 years of experience to provide tailor-made service solutions, including residential, community, specialist, primary and secondary care.
In the health sector they are the largest operator by far of independent sector treatment centres in the UK and they are very active across a wide spectrum of primary care services. We operate GP practices, NHS Walk-in Centres and GP out-of-hours services, as well as highly innovative Clinical Assessment and Treatment Services (CATS).
They operate ten NHS Treatment Centres around the UK where patients can receive fast, same day or short stay surgery and diagnostic procedures. The Treatment Centres are designed to give patients greater choice over when and where they have their surgery and play a major role in helping reduce NHS waiting times. They have a first class track record with exceptional patient satisfaction ratings, short waiting times and excellent clinical outcomes.
They are proud to be one of the UK’s leading and most innovative providers of elective surgery outside the NHS.

Job Summary:

To provide an on site orthopaedic surgical service to meet the needs of patients treated at the Treatment Centres listed above. Whilst the working week will comprise 40 hours (10 PAs), working patterns will be flexible and may entail an ad-hoc mix of evenings and weekend work to meet the requirements of the unit. There is no on-call commitment but post holders must be prepared to assess patients urgently in person on the unit as requested by the Resident Medical Officer on duty during routine working hours. Post holders will be expected to provide cross-cover for colleagues during periods of absence, including for example annual leave and study leave.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Clinical Management of Patients

* To provide a high standard full range of specialist diagnosis, treatment and care to inpatients, day cases and

outpatients who need orthopaedic services, as required by the case mix agreed for the Treatment Centres.
* To provide advice and assessment of patients as requested by the Resident Medical Officers during routine

working hours. The postholder will be responsible for liaising with senior colleagues in the neighbouring NHS Trust to effect the seamless transfer of acutely ill patients who require transfer across to the NHS.
* To cover the wards, outpatients and surgical sessions for Consultant colleagues during their absence.
* To participate in the Centre’s audit programme.
* To contribute to the development of Clinical Quality Standards.
* To undertake all necessary administrative duties associated with the care of his/her patients, including but

not limited to clinical coding, discharge summaries, letters and reports.
* To be responsible to the Medical Director for the effective and efficient use of the resources under his/her

control and for the quality of care delivered.
* To contribute to the planning and development of orthopaedic services.
* To contribute to the Centre meetings and clinical governance programme.
* To contribute to the teaching of Centre staff.
* To contribute to the academic life of the Centre and to promote and undertake research initiatives should

this become relevant.

Operational

* Carry out the necessary clinical duties to ensure the optimum care and treatment of patients.
* Comply with all internal company policies, protocols and procedures.
* Report any actual or potential adverse patient incidents to the General Manager and Medical Director and play a full part in the investigation of such incidents.
* Comply with the work schedule as developed by the General Manager and work closely with the centre scheduler to make best use of list time.

In-Service Education & Promotion of the Treatment Centre

* Promote patient care by liaison with all departments.
* Participate in local and national specialty clinical meetings
* Participate in the in-service education programme and comply with mandatory training requirements,

inclusive of CPR, Health & Safety Training and Fire Safety.
* To ensure ongoing medical competence by participating in the annual relicensing and recertification

schemes that will be introduced by the GMC and the Royal College of Surgeons.
* To maintain and develop professional expertise through self-directed learning and continuous professional

development.
* To maintain a portfolio of professional practice and performance data required for the enhanced appraisal

process developed by the company.
* To participate in the annual appraisal system with the Medical Directors, which will include feedback from

the General Managers and other colleagues/patients.
* To promote the centre by demonstrating a customer-focused approach at all times to patients, consultants

and staff.

 

Key working relationships

Internally:
* The Clinical Services Managers, Medical Directors and General Managers for the Centres.
* Consultant colleagues in own and other specialities.
* Members of the nursing and allied health professional team.
* Other members of the centre support team.

Externally:
* Consultant speciality colleagues in the local acute trust for audit and continuing professional development.

 

Skills (Years Experience) :Orthopaedic Surgeon

Language Requirements : Fluent English

Employment Type : Permanent

Salary/Rate :From: 100000 To: 100000 £ GBP per year

Job Location :South East England – Sussex – UK

 

 

Trust Grade Doctor – ITU / Critical Care

Job Reference : hpjob44

Job Description :

Located in East London, this hospital serves the most diverse and fastest growing population in the UK. The area is a vibrant borough that is undergoing one of the country’s most ambitious regeneration schemes including proximity to the olympic games site and canary wharf.

We are looking to recruit registrar and junior grade doctors in the following areas:

Accident and Emergency
Intensive Care Unit
General Surgery
Orthopaedic Surgery

If you are looking to enhance your skills in managing the critically unwell patient and you want to work in an exciting, dynamic and friendly hospital then this post is for you. It will provide both fantastic clinical experience and high quality consultant level support.

The Emergency Department

The Emergency Department sees approximately 95,000 new patients a year. It is staffed by 6 Consultants (two with a special interest in Paediatric Emergency Medicine), 3 SPRs, 3 ST4,1 ST3, 2 ACCS trainees, 7 Trust Clinical fellows, 10 Foundation Program year 2 s and 2 GP trainees.

The department has a unique clinical remit and patient demographic with a high percentage of critically unwell patients. 9% of new patients require care in resus compared with a national average of 1%. This presents an excellent educational opportunity and the department is actively involved in managing these patients. There is a state of the art ultrasound scanner, and Middle Grade doctors will receive training in its use. Formal and informal teaching is the norm and educational advancement and audit are actively encouraged.

The Emergency Department has a 4 bedded resuscitation room with the capability to ventilate patients at each bay. There is a majors cubicle area, a minors unit staffed by ENPs and separate paediatric area. There is an onsite Urgent Care Centre which sees primary care patients. This, combined with extensive point of care testing, contributes to an excellent clinical environment for staff to provide quality healthcare. The department runs a busy Clinical Decision Unit using well defined care pathways. The Emergency Medicine Consultants are committed to providing experience and training to their junior staff in all areas of Emergency Medicine including paediatrics.

The Intensive Care Unit
The ICU runs 7-8 beds and has over 400 admissions per annum. Two of the beds provide HDU level care. The ICU is fully covered by a Consultant Intensivist during the day and by the on-call Consultant Anaesthetist out of hours. There is an active outreach service leaded by a specialist nurse supported by one consultant Intensivist. Sessions in Anaesthesia can be arranged to suit the candidates needs/interests, bearing in mind that this is primarily an ICU post. The on-call rota is EWTD compliant and out of hours duties include Long Day shifts and Night shifts (in blocks of Monday – Thursday and Friday – Sunday).
Participation in Research and auditing will be encouraged and the ICU is involved in data collection for several research projects. The ICU runs its own teaching lead by the consultant Intensivist and covers all major topics in Intensive Care Medicine.
The successful candidate will be expected to join the established teaching programme for the fellows currently in place, involving weekly tutorials held in protected teaching time. In addition, there are regular departmental meetings and hospital grand rounds.

Postgraduate qualifications are not essential and study for the membership examinations and the life support courses (ALS, ATLS, APLS, MIMMS) will be supported.

There is an excellent Postgraduate Medical Centre with a well stocked library and full internet access.

General Surgery

The General Surgery department comprises of six General Surgeons with a range of specialist and general interests offering a comprehensive service for planned and emergency surgical procedures.

General Surgery is a medical specialty focusing on the abdominal organs including; oesophagus, stomach, colon, liver, gall bladder, bile ducts and the thyroid gland. It also encompasses breast surgery, colorectal surgery and upper gastrointestinal tract surgery.

Orthopaedic Surgery

The orthopaedic department at Newham University Hospital NUS Trust is a multidisciplinary team staffed by six consultant surgeons, surgical staff, dedicated nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists.

The department provides consultation and treatment for all general orthopaedic ailments and benefits from a consultant body with established interests in the sub-specialist areas of upper limb surgery, complex shoulder surgery, hand surgery, hip replacement (conventional and resurfacing), revision hip replacement, knee replacement, revision knee replacement, complex knee ligament reconstruction, surgery for degenerative conditions of the knee, foot and ankle surgery and paediatric orthopaedics.

There is a dedicated multidisciplinary team of surgeons, biomechanical experts, physiotherapists, orthotic and on-site ultrasound imaging that manage a wide variety of orthopaedic conditions.

We have dedicated fracture clinics that run daily and have a plaster room and treatment room. Attendance is by appointment only, however we do see urgent on the day patients that have been streamed through the Urgent Care Centre.
Outpatients and Operative procedures (the site has specific day-case facilities and a dedicated ward for in-patient stay) are performed at the Gateway Surgical Centre. Trauma Surgery is carried out on the main site with an associated specialist ward for complex surgical patients.

Diagnosis and treatment are supported by the expertise of the hospital’s radiologists. There are weekly seminars at which complex trauma and elective orthopaedic cases are discussed. Imaging facilities include a state-of-the-art film-less, digital image transfer and viewing system (PACS).

 

Employment Type : Trust Grade Doctor – ITU / Critical Care

Language Requirements : Fluent English

Skills (Years Experience) : Permanent

Salary/Rate : From: 45000  To: 68000 £ GBP per year

Job Location : East London – East London – UK

 

 

 

 

What will happen if your application is successful

Important Notes:

– Throughout each of the below stages, we will provide comprehensive guidance and assistance including step by step instructions on how and when to begin your registration process with the appropriate UK professional body (GMC for Doctors, NMC for Nurses, HPC for Allied Health Professionals).

We do not charge any fees to applicants, we are paid exclusively by the hospital we are recruiting for.

We will also contribute towards i) travel costs associated with attending an interview in the UK, ii) fees associated with registering with the appropriate UK professional body, and iii) any other costs incurred. The level of our contribution varies depending on the vacancy and each applicant’s circumstances, and will be assessed during Stage 1.

Stage 1) Assessment  – We will initially send you an email confirming a date and time when we will be contacting you for an introductory conversation. During the introductory conversation we will assess:

  • Your experience, skills and qualifications relating to the vacancy
  • Your availability and suitability to relocate to the UK
  • Your understanding of what life is like living and working in the UK
  • Your short, medium and long term objectives relating to your career and desire to stay in the UK
  • Your English speaking and listening ability

We will then select the best applicants to take forward to the next stage, and provide feedback to those who have been unsuccessful.

Stage 2) Interviews with the hospital – It is likely that the hospital will want to conduct a telephone interview with you before inviting you to attend a formal interview in the UK. Following the telephone interviews, if you are successful you will be asked to attend a formal interview in the UK. Once a date has been confirmed, we will organise everything for you including:

  • Return flights to the UK
  • Hotel reservations
  • Travel instructions to the hospital
  • Information about the hospital, and the format of the interview

 

Stage 3) Offers of employment – Offers of employment may be subject to the applicant providing the following documentation:

  • Professional references
  • An occupational health assessment
  • Criminal record check
  • Proof of professional body registration

Relocating to the UK – If you choose to accept an offer of employment, we will help you organise your relocation including:

  • Recommendations on areas to where to look for accommodation
  • Introducing you to fellow healthcare workers from your home country
  • Providing you with information to about the city in which are moving to including it’s history and culture
  • Providing you with useful contacts, for when you arrive in the UK

 

 

 

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