BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for an SHO Emergency Medicine post within a brilliant Manchester University Hospital.
The post participates in a 24 hour full shift SHO/ST1-2 rota and benefits from 24-hour Middle Grade support.
This post would be ideal for any candidate planning a career in Emergency Medicine or any acute speciality and is also suitable for those candidates wishing to pursue a career in General Practice. The successful applicant will have full support and advice for career progression.
This post requires full PLAB and five years of sole experience within Emergency Medicine.
We are currently looking for a UK based Doctor to fill a Middle Grade Emergency medicine position within a busy Manchester NHS Trust.
We have reorganised, developed our emergency care delivery and will continue to develop the pathways and infrastructures to manage emergency admissions to the Trust.
We have integrated Emergency Care into 3 co-located areas in a purpose built modern unit opened in November 2011 accommodating Accident & Emergency, an Emergency Assessment Unit (EAU) and an Emergency Care Day Unit (ECDU) for ambulatory care.
This post will support developmental work in all aspects of Emergency Care
You will join a team of 5 Consultants, 7 middle grade doctors and 13 FY2. With the dedicated nursing teams we provide comprehensive acute services to the large surrounding population
MRCEM or PLAB (with 5+ years of experience)
BDI Resourcing are seeking a highly motivated international doctor for an ST4 Emergency Medicine position. You will join a friendly and supportive team in a Greater Manchester Trust, which will provide you with full CESR support and a generous relocation package to aid your relocation and career development.
This post requires full MRCEM and a pass in either IELTS or OET to evidence your English language skills.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for an ST1/2 post within a Greater Manchester NHS Trust.
Excellent first UK job for an international doctor.
The Trust has:
This post requires full PLAB and at least three years' experience within Emergency Medicine.
A brilliant NHS Trust in Greater Manchester is seeking an international doctor to join their Emergency Medicine Department.
You willl join a friendly and supportive department who will provide you with full career support and they will provide you with a relocation package to aid your move.
This post requires full MRCEM and they are offering IELTS/OET exemption.
You must have two years of experience and hold PLAB.
The clinical duties include all those that are normally expected in any major Emergency Department in the United Kingdom. Duties will include daytime, evening, night and weekend shifts.
- To review and appropriately manage undifferentiated patients presenting to the Emergency Department including Resuscitation, Majors, Minors and Paediatric patients, with senior support as required.
-To complete clinical notes contemporaneously, and to adequately record decision making on the computerized records system, including the x-ray reporting system.
-To react positively to changes in planned workload when unforeseen interruptions occur and to plan tasks and activities accordingly.
-To prioritise own workload demonstrating a methodical and well organised approach.
-To ensure patient confidentiality is adhered to at all times and escalate any barriers leading to delays in patients management or referral.
-To participate in departmental audits - support will be given to projects which may be of interest to the post-holder where these improve working practices.
-To ensure that all Trust standards are maintained to maintain a high quality of care to all who come into contact with the services provided by Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
-Every employee has a duty to take reasonable care of the health and safety of him/herself and of other persons who may be affected by his/her acts or omissions at work, and to co-operate with the Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to ensure that statutory and Trust regulations are complied with.
-It is now a requirement of the Department of Health that you accept personal responsibility for compliance with infection control policies and procedures at any time when you are working in clinical areas.