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.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international Doctor with UK experience to fill an excellent Locum Consultant Paediatric Post within a highly reputable London NHS Trust
The post holder will work collaboratively with the acute Neonatal team to provide routine day to day acute neonatal services. There will also be additional on call commitment supporting both Neonates and General Paediatrics.
We currently offer our patients a wide range of acute paediatric and neonatal which this post is expected to contribute to.
Specifically this post would include providing attending consultant of the week with a 1 in 4 frequency in our Neonatology Unit.
The successful applicant will play a crucial role in ensuring the team continue to deliver a high quality service and continue to work with our local partners in these unprecedented times.
The post holder will join a team of 13 Acute Paediatric Consultants and 2 Associate Specialists. There are also 14 middle grade and 16 junior doctors on the acute paediatric and neonatal rotas, in addition to Clinical Nurse Specialist for Epilepsy, Asthma, Allergy and Diabetes
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international Doctor to fill a Senior Clinical Fellow (Middle Grade) post in Neonatology in a busy NHS Trust in London!
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international Doctor to fill a Senior Clinical Fellow position in Neonatology within a highly reputable London NHS Trust
BDI Resourcing are currently looking for an international Doctor to work in a busy London NHS Trust as a Clinical Fellow within Paediatrics
It is a middle-grade post and the post-holder will be based in general paediatrics. The post-holder will be expected to participate in the middle grade on-call rota. The Fellow will receive clinical and pastoral supervision as for other middle grade doctors. This will involve regular meetings with consultant mentor, appraisal and 360 or TAB assessments.
The post will allow the post-holder to gain experience in a sub-specialty of general paediatrics, working alongside one of the consultants. Opportunities to be involved in research are also available and we would support the development of a feasible local research project. There will be opportunities to be involved with various regional working groups linked to the chosen area of special interest through Partners in Paediatrics
These post consists of on average 48 hours per week and attract a 1a banding (50%). We offer 27 days of annual leave + bank holidays.
The training we provide includes shop floor management of trauma, medical, surgical, psychiatry and Paediatric cases. All Training will be provided by Emergency Medicine Consultant, Paediatric Emergency Medicine Consultant
MRCPCH is required
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international doctor to fill a ST4+ Paediatrics and Neonates position within one of the best NHS trusts in the UK, close to Heathrow and 1 hour outside of London.
An exciting ST4 Clinical Fellow post has become available in Paediatrics/Neonates. In one of the best Trusts in the UK, close to Heathrow, 1 hour outside of London and CQC rating Outstanding! The Trust are also very supportive of their doctors going on to do Training positions. A great opportunity!
You will be required to work in the paediatric department as well as NICU and Paediatric ED.
On the Children’s Ward elective, emergency and day-stay surgery is accommodated as well as medical emergency and day-stay admissions. There are three six bedded rooms, a four cot nursery divided into separate cubicles and remaining beds are within side-rooms. There are several high dependency beds on the ward to enable sick children to be managed locally where possible.
Excellent links are in place with other tertiary centres, many providing visiting Consultants for joint specialist multidisciplinary clinics.
Our Level 2 Neonatal Unit opened in October 1995 as part of the centralisation of acute services at Southend. There are 18 cots, of which two are intensive, three high dependency and 14 special care cots. The Unit is very well equipped to a high standard and there are excellent facilities for both staff and parents.
The trust is dedicated to supporting and developing trainees in their career choice and has an excellent Postgraduate Medical Centre which carries a full programme of events and offers access to a Medical Library.
MRCPCH or equivalent needed. GMC registered or in the process.