We are looking for ambitious and forward-looking Specialty Doctors who have at least two years’ experience in Emergency Medicine to join an expanding multi-disciplinary team located in Manchester.
You will be joining a highly motivated and focused department who pride themselves on delivering the highest standards of safe patient care with communication being key to their success.
The Trust believe that they cannot improve without developing their staff and so you will receive continuous support developing your Professional Advancement Plan.
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.
An opportunity has arisen for an international doctor to join the Emergency Medicine department within a Manchester NHS Trust. This post will support and help develop the current Emergency Medicine Department.
The post will support the doctor's training and development needs.
It will offer the candidates CV-enhancing opportunities and support for career development, through Life Support courses, Clinical Audit, Grand Round Presentations, Complaints Management, development and/or updating of Care Pathways, support and mentoring of medical students and bedside ultrasound.
We are looking to recruit dynamic and focused applicants
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