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We have IMMEDIATE exciting PERMANENT opportunities for ED (Emergency Department) Doctors working for a prestigious NHS Trust in Outer London.
You will have at least 4 years’ experience and a minimum of 2 years’ experience in the Emergency Department, and ideally GMC registered or currently in the process of GMC registration.
Generous Relocation Package available:
£5,000 relocation allowance to be paid in their first month’s salary to cover travel, relocation costs, first month’s accommodation. Terms and conditions apply.
£10,000 Retention Package each year (to be paid quarterly in salary) and is guaranteed for a minimum of 3 years. Terms and conditions apply.
These are permanent/substantive posts. Sponsorship will be for initial period of one year renewable). Successful candidates will be offered an opportunity to join training program to become Consultants in the UK.
Emergency Medicine Specialty Doctor
Department / Portfolio
Emergency Department / Medicine and Access
£39,060 - £72,840
This hospital is one of the top performing emergency departments in the country and received the CHKSS award for Patient Safety 2017. They are undergoing a £7 Million redevelopment of the Emergency Floor which has started and will lead to a bespoke ED by the end of 2019 transforming the way they deliver Emergency and Urgent care to the local population.
The Hospital has an active teaching programme and the department is accredited by the KSS Deanery. They have a strong focus on education and the professional development of staff (1 session is offered each week for CPD).
It is expected that you hold up to date provider courses in ALS and ATLS and, if possible, APLS/EPALS.
The appointee will be expected to fulfil the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) Recommendations for CME/CPD as a minimum.
There is a dedicated CESR program and adaptation course for overseas doctors and doctors wishing to return to substantive employment for the development of their careers
ThE Emergency Department
Currently there are about 70,000 attendances to the ED a year, approximately 18,200 ambulance arrivals. The hospital helipad is also used for admission or onward referral of patients to and from the Emergency Department.
The dedicated paediatric assessment area treats approximately 20,000 paediatric attendances per annum, and is staffed with specialist paediatric nurses 24/7.
The Consultants provide shop floor cover from 08.00-22.00hrs seven days a week and are on-call from home for the rest of the 24hr period.
Each doctor is allocated a Consultant mentor. All doctors are expected to have annual appraisals.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES OF THE POST
· The post-holder will be expected to receive, examine, investigate, treat and refer appropriately patients of all descriptions arriving at the Emergency Department. The post-holder has a duty to seek help from more senior colleagues when uncertain of how to manage any particular patient.
· He/she must have a thorough up-to-date knowledge of resuscitation techniques and take a major role in the employment of these in the resuscitation of critically ill and injured patients brought into the Department.
· The post-holder must ensure that all relevant documentation is completed for each patient seen, including the required data input for the departmental computer systems and the generation of a GP letter.
· The post-holder will be encouraged to update their knowledge and skills by attending appropriate courses/meetings. Appraisal will be used to monitor progress throughout the post and to identify future training needs.
· The post-holder will be expected to perform at least one clinical audit project annually, with the advice and help of senior staff.
· As the culture of Clinical Governance emerges, to improve standards of clinical care, the post-holder will be expected to accept the challenge of this changing environment, and ensure the best quality service is offered to both patients and colleagues.
· Check pathology and radiology results when required and take any action deemed appropriate.
This is a unique opportunity available now for suitable candidates. Don’t delay! Apply now to Sam Moises at email@example.com