BDI Resourcing are seeking motivated, dedicated and friendly international doctors for SHO General Paediatrics posts located within a Greater London University Teaching Hospital.
BDI Resourcing is seeking four international Paediaitricans to join a Greater London NHS Trust.
The department are extremely welcoming, supportive and friendly.
They will provide you with an educational supervisor to aid your career development.
This post requires full MRCPCH and a pass in IELTS or OET to evidence your English language skills.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for a Registrar Peadiatrics Emergency Post within a London NHS Trust.
This post would suit doctors with an interest in developing acute Paediatric skills from the Emergency Medicine, General Practice and Paediatric backgrounds.
The post will be solely based in the Paediatric Emergency Department (PED).
The unit is supported by a large inpatient paediatric unit, with most paediatric subspecialties represented on site including paediatric surgery, anaesthetics and the regional burns unit.
This post requires full MRCPCH and a pass in IELTS or OET.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for an ST3/4 Nenonates post at a Central London NHS Trust.
The successful doctor will be covering all aspects of inpatient care, including long day ward cover and night shifts.
This will involve delivering care to babies in the intensive care, high dependency and special care areas. In addition, there will opportunities to take part in departmental audit and governance projects.
This post requires full MRCPCH or FCPS (Pakistan) and a post in IELTS or OET.
Applications are invited from international doctors for this post located within a London Hospital.
The Trust provides excellent patient service and training opportunities within a tertiary neonatal unit.
You will join a team of Consultant Neonatologists undertaking inpatient and outpatient work, Speciality Doctors, Clinical Research Fellows and Neonatal Nurses.
All rotas are compliant with the European Working Time Directive.
The neonatal department within the hospital has a strong educational and academic base and many opportunities exist for the post holder to acquire clinical skills and training as well as audit and research experience.
The post is exactly comparable to training posts in terms of opportunities and many doctors have progressed to appointment in paediatric training programmes.