BDI Resourcing are currently searching for a UK Based Doctor to fill a Senior Clinical Fellow position in Acute Medicine within a highly reputable NHS Trust in the London area.
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international Doctor fo a Stroke Registrar (Middle Grade) post in a leading NHS Trust near London
MRCP and OET/IELTS
The successful candidate will be expected to provide, depending on the skills and experience of the successful candidate
? Outpatient clinics in diabetes and endocrinology as detailed in job plan
? Specialty MDTs as per job plan
? Contribution to managing inpatients with diabetes and endocrine problems as per job plan
? Contribution to managing GIM inpatients as per job plan
? Supervision of junior doctors and nursing staff
? Active participation in departmental meetings
? Contribution to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching
MRCP and OET/IELTS
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international Doctor to fill a Middle Grade Geriatric Medicine within a highly reputable NHS Trust in London.
BDI Resourcing are searching for a Doctor to fill a Consultant post in Acute Medicine within an NHS Trust in the South East (just a short journey away from London)
The Acute Medical Unit (AMU) is a 52 bedded area for the assessment and treatment of all acute medical admissions. Within the AMU, the six bedded higher monitoring unit (HMU) cares for the most unwell patients, providing 2:1 nursing, continuous monitoring and non-invasive respiratory support.
The Ambulatory Emergency Care Unit (AECU) has recently moved to a spacious new area and is expanding.
The department is active in research and education, and has a very strong background in point of care ultrasound, offering frequent courses, allowing both our medical and nursing staff to become qualified.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international Doctor for this Consultant post in Stroke Medicine within a busy and supportive NHS Trust in London
The successful applicant will work in all the major areas of Stroke Medicine that include the hyper acute management of TIA and Stroke, acute care, rehabilitation and prevention.
They will work closely with colleagues in the allied specialties of neuroradiology, neurosurgery, neurorehabilitation and vascular surgery.
It is envisaged that the appointee will contribute to the development and delivery of many aspects of these services depending upon their interests and experience: an interest in transforming and improving the service is welcomed.
There is also potential for additional PAs that could be negotiated when in post and any discussions thereof will be with the Stroke Clinical Lead and the division of Post-Acute Medicine