An NHS opportunity is now live for a Locum Consultant in Anaesthetics; the position is within an NHS Trust located in the Midlands.
You are being invited to apply for a chance to join an enthusiastic, motivated and committed ICU department as a part of an extremely friendly, dynamic and ambitious forward thinking NHS trust, committed to providing excellent healthcare for the communities they serve. This post would provide exciting opportunities for you by enabling you to develop your skills and interests in areas of particular interest such as; education, research or training. The scale of the trust means that they are in a strong position to acquire and develop state of the art facilities and services.
The ICU department consists of 23 beds, these beds are split into a separate 9 bedded unit which houses 7 level-3 beds and 8 level-2 beds. This managed flexibly by altering the beds depending on the patient requirements.
Within the department there are currently 10 consultants who work dedicated sessions in critical care and providing a separate on-call rota, this is established in a ‘block’ pattern to ensure the continuity of care for the patients. The majority of the ICU Consultant Intensivists have Anaesthetics sessions that fall into their non-ICU weeks based on a 10-week rolling job plan which is scheduled around their primary ICU duties. This however is not required if you are applying as a medicine trained Intensivist.
The ICU unit see’s approximately 600 patients a year with about 60% of them being medical and the reminding 40% being split between elective and emergency surgical patients. The surgical specialists which are covered by this department on site are colorectal, vascular, urology, ENT, T&O, gynaecology and obstetrics.
The department is equipped to provide and perform ultrasonography, echocardiography, cardiac output monitoring and all standard critical care such as invasive and non-invasive lines as well as renal replacement therapy and high nasal oxygen therapy for up to eight patients.
Your duties will be primarily based at one site however your presence may from time to time be required in other parts of the Trust. The key duties and responsibilities of the post will be:
Approval has been given for an exciting new state-of-the-art elective orthopaedic centre (EOC) and they are at the preliminary stages of planning and design. This will be a £44m build and will house approximately 50 beds and 6 operating theatres. All elective orthopaedic work from the region will be performed here. It is predicted to be opened in 2023. The significant anaesthetic involvement in the layout of the new theatres and the day surgery area will also ensure that separate areas are allocated for regional anaesthetics and nerve blocks.
In order to apply for this role you will need:
When choosing to apply for your next role with BDI Resourcing, you’ll have the full support of an expert recruitment team who will assist, as standard, with:
Once you have accepted your new role, you’ll then be met by one of our dedicated relocation executives who will guide you through all the way to starting to your new role including:
If you wish to apply for this opportunity or if you would like to discuss your search for work and seek advice on other available posts then please send a copy of your most recent CV to [email protected] and one of the Anaesthetics & ICU specialists will be in touch.
We look forward to hearing from you and wish you all the best with your job search!
It is very rare that Trusts open up ICU Clinical Fellow positions to IMGs so this is an amazing opportunity to work within a Critical Care Unit rated Outstanding by the CQC! You will be required to have experience working in Intensive Care and have Airway experience.
We are offering a position as a Registrar in ICU!! This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious Intensivist who is eager to interview at a brilliant NHS Trust in the Midlands. This position can be either solely ICU or those wanting to do an ICU/Anaesthetic split.
BDI Resourcing are working with a fantastic NHS Trust who are well known for their dedicated work with IMG's!! This post is tailored for overseas anaesthetists who are wishing to pursue a career in intensive care medicine within the UK. It is a 12 month post; the first six months is spent as a Trust Grade in Critical Care. Thereafter, the candidate will progress to spend the remaining 6 months as either a Senior Clinical Fellow in Critical Care or Trust Grade (General Specialties) depending on performance.
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