BDI Resourcing is seeking an international doctor for a SHO position in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The successful applicant will preferably have UK experience, and be able to start as soon as possible.
Full MRCOG is required for this post and a pass in IELTS or OET.
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international Doctor to fill an ST4+ position within Acute medicine at a highly reputable NHS Trust in the East of England
The post holder will be required to follow the acute on-call rota which is a 1:19 rota and the rest of the time will be spent on normal working days (8.30am-5pm) and long days in Ambulatory Assessment (8.30am-5pm) within the AMU department.
There will be the opportunity to develop other areas of interest and this may include completion of a Postgraduate certificate in healthcare education, take part in speciality clinics (subject to specialty approval), get involved in teaching of under- and post-graduate or participation in service improvement projects.
The Acute Medicine Directorate has recently restructured the service for acute medical admissions. This has increased consultant input to front-line care, diagnosis and clinical management during the initial 24-48 hours following admission. We are seeking to lead in developing high quality care in Acute Medicine, including the increasing focus on ambulatory care services, and the development of a medical HDU. The Clinical Fellows are key members of a dedicated junior team for Acute Medicine and are pivotal to the appropriate assessment and management of acutely unwell adult patients.
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We have a range of opportunities available across the entire UK, so if you have friends or family already in the UK then this opportunity may be perfect for you
£60,000+ per annum
Salary scales are determined by previous experience and qualifications so please get in touch for full information on this and one of our expert team will be able to talk you through possible banding. Relocation expenses can often be negotiated for successful candidates and these are considered on a case by case basis.