Registrar Acute Medicine

  • £33,790 - £79,698
  • London
  • Fixed

This well-reputed Trust are looking for 3 new Acute Registrars to join their amazing team after they recently had plans approved to expand their Acute Medicine department.

As an Acute Medicine Registrar, you’ll be expected to work across three separate areas, the Acute Assessment Unit (AAU), Acute Medical Unit (AMU), and the Same Day Emergency Care (SDEC).  You’ll perform a vital role in providing high-quality care for patients coming to the hospital presenting acute medical issues.

The Acute Assessment Unit is for assessing and triaging patients through the hospital and therefore improving patient flow. Same Day Emergency Care is for patients who are acutely unwell but who can be managed without the need for a bed, therefore do not need to be admitted overnight. The Acute Medical Unit is for patients who are acutely unwell and must be admitted into a hospital bed.

Main Duties:

You’ll be expected to diagnose and manage patients presenting acute medical issues who come into the hospital.

You will be contributing to the Acute Medicine team as well as the wider Medicine Registrar rota. There is an on-call expectation which is currently 1:7.

Take part in multi-disciplinary team meetings when required.

There is an expectation that you will contribute to the teaching and training of more junior clinical colleagues within the department.

The department will require you keep your own clinical skills up to date through regular CPD. You will also be expected to make use of allocated study leave provided as part of the job plan.

The Hospital:

The hospital is based in London and has 600 beds. The team are incredibly supportive of international doctors so you’ll be well-looked after here.

You will have the opportunity to participate in quality improvement, audit and research projects within your team. Further, you will have access to teaching activities such as Journal Clubs, Grand Rounds etc., and the large on-site library.

The Location:

London is the most popular city to live in the UK, with an estimated population of 9 million people. It is an incredibly diverse, welcoming city to live in with lots of things to do. The city has a very high-quality infrastructure system as well so you can either live more centrally or you can live in the suburbs and commute in easily on the train.  Benefits to living in London include. It’s a very international and diverse city to live in. Almost half of the city’s population was born outside of the UK.


To apply for this position, you will need the following:

  • GMC registration complete or in process.
  • Relevant postgraduate qualification (MRCP, MRCPI, USMLE, PLAB, Sri Lankan MD, etc.)
  • Previous/current Registrar-level experience overseas or in the UK. 

How to Apply

To apply for this role, simply send your CV through to and one of our specialist medicine team can pick it up. If you have any questions or would like to know more, please email your queries through to the same address and one of our team will be in touch.  

Tom Jowett Senior Recruitment Consultant

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