An opportunity has arisen for a middle grade doctor (medical registrar or Specialty Doctor level) with a wealth of clinical acumen and practical skills to work in a dynamic Ambulatory Emergency Care Unit (AECU). We are looking for a dedicated individual who has worked within a busy hospital acute medicine team in the UK previously and ideally who has passed their MRCP.
The individual will need to be confident in making independent clinical decisions and be experienced and able to perform interventional procedures such as lumbar punctures and ascitic drains. They will also need good IT skills to work within a hospital that is paperless now.
We are looking for a proactive and passionate individual to work with a fantastic team of doctors, advanced nurse practitioners, nurses and medical technical assistants in a unit that contributes to the Same Day Emergency Care (SDEC) offering of the hospital.
This role is covering the AECU from 9-5pm Monday to Friday or 9-7pm Monday to Thursday. There are no on-call commitments.
Please see the attached job description.
Frimley Health is a leading innovative NHS foundation Trust which came into being on October 1st, 2014. It provides hospital services for 900,000 people across Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey and South Buckinghamshire. Services are delivered from three main hospital sites including Frimley Park near Camberley, where these posts will be based, the new Heatherwood site at Ascot, and Wexham Park at Slough. Diagnostic and outpatient services are also run from Aldershot, Farnham, Fleet, Bracknell, Gerrards Cross, Maidenhead and Windsor.
Please see the attached job description for further details. There is some flexibility in the hours.
This advert closes on Sunday 9 Apr 2023
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