As a Trust Registrar in Acute Medicine you will be working in an exciting multidisciplinary team. Your job plan will include time in the Acute Medical Unit, the Short Stay Unit, the Ambulatory Care Unit and treating Acute medical cases in the Emergency Department. Clinical leadership is an important factor for this position, supervising junior doctors, making high level clinical decisions, and reporting to the Consultant team. You will:
- take patient histories, make detailed notes, order tests and laboratory reports, make diagnoses.
- manage acute patients across the breadth of Medicine, including elderly patients
- be a senior member of the code blue / resuscitation team
- communicate effectively with patients, family member and colleagues
If you have experience in Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine and/or Intensive Care and are looking for a fast-paced but supportive new position in the NHS, this opportunity is the one for you!
Your clinical duties will be as a Trust Registrar in Acute Medicine. You’ll be treating a wide range of Acute Medical cases in an exciting, busy centre. The work is split between the Acute Medical Unit, the Short Stay Unit and the Ambulatory Care Unit, and treating Acute medical cases in the Emergency Department. As it is in a large hospital you will be working in a multidisciplinary team and liaising regularly with other specialties within the Trust to provide high quality patient care.
You will not be on a full oncall rota but there will be planned twilight sessions in the medical decision unit. You will be allocated both a clinical and an educational supervisor to assist with your continuous professional development.
The job itself will be consist of:
- Treating patients with Acute Medical emergencies admitted to the hospital.
- Be a clinical leader in Acute Medical cases in the hospital.
- Liaise with the Consultant team to plan patient care.
- Training junior medical staff.
- Teaching postgraduate and undergraduate students.
- Protected teaching time.
- Job plan designed to allow time for CPD, e.g. audits or research etc.
The midlands is one of the most sought after location in the UK for international doctors. You will also enjoy:
- A high standard of schooling in the local area.
- Large multicultural community in the hospital and the local area.
- Medium sized city with all the amenities you require without being an overwhelmingly busy atmosphere.
- Low cost of living to ensure you have a great spending power with your take home pay.
- Excellent transport links to other major cities in the midlands as well as to the north and south of England, e.g. London and Manchester.
The opportunity is in a large state-of-the-art hospital with a wide range of medical services. There is a good sized Acute Medical Unit which admits many complex cases meaning you get exposure to lots of different situations and there is great opportunity for learning.
The hospital has helped many international doctors to begin their careers in the NHS. This means they have an excellent understanding of helping doctors to settle into the new healthcare system. You will get a supernumerary period when you arrive during which you won’t be working independently out of hours, to ensure you’re comfortable practicing first.
In order to apply for this role you will need:
- Full MRCP
- IELTS or OET if you are coming from overseas
- GMC Registration
- Experience in a similar role whether in the NHS or elsewhere
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- CV Preparation using our recognised bespoke guidance
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- Contract and offer negotiations for salary, relocation packages, tenure and more
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- Document gathering and checking
- COS and Visa Application support if applicable
- Short and long term accommodation sourcing
- Travel Arrangements
- Family support for finding schools and any other aspects of pastoral care
How to Apply
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