BDI Resourcing are searching for an international Doctor to fill an NHS Locum Consultant Histopathology position within a highly reputable London NHS Trust.
This is a 24 month contract and full CESR support will be providided as well as an attractive relocation package.
Within this Trust the Diagnostic work includes surgical pathology, non-gynaecology cytopathology and covers all major disciplines except gynaecology cytopathology, cardiac pathology and neuropathology. There is an opportunity to be involved in providing renal pathology for the regional Renal Unit based in the surrounding area.
This appointment is full-time, although candidates wishing to work part-time or shared will be considered. The intended post is based on a 10PA contract.
FRCPath required (or UK experience and FRCPath Part 1)
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international Doctor to fill a Specialty post in Histopathology in Central London
FRCPath or PLAB (full GMC)
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international doctor to fill a Consultant level position in Histopathology within a busy and outstanding CQC rated London NHS Trust.
The Histopathology team work in a purpose built modern, light and airy building which has been commended for its design and infrastructure by external assessors. Each consultant has their own office with up to date IT equipment. Plans for digital pathology are being developed to aid flexible working, teaching and research. The working environment is supportive and friendly; there are good relations with both clinical colleagues and academics. The department and subspecialist teams support new consultants to help them adjust into their roles, gain experience and explore their interests. The Trust have a newly opened Biorepository and are involved in the collection of samples for the Genomics England 100,000 Genome Project. The fantastic laboratory is UKAS accredited, fully staffed and BMS cut-up is well established. Private practice and work for HM Coroners are optional extras.
The Trust also has an active Research Department to support research interests.The trust has an ambitious programme of service modernisation and a reputation for providing high quality services. The department has recently consolidated its services onto further sites and now undertakes around 34,000 requests per annum of general histopathology.
FRCPath Fellowship required
Clinical Interest in Sarcoma
We are seeking an international doctor for a Specialty Doctor Medical Oncology for a Greater London NHS Trust.
The post is full-time (10 PAs) and it is a suitable post for someone who wants to enter Specialist training in Medical Oncology or Palliative Care.
There will be appropriate opportunities for training and time for clinical audit and continuing professional development.
The post includes weekend sessional ward cover for Haematology inpatients and the chemotherapy unit (Saturday/Sunday and bank holiday mornings; on average 1 weekend in 4).
You will need full MRCP and a pass in IELTS or OET to apply.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for a Consultant Histopathology post within a Greater London NHS Trust.
You should have an established or developing interest in at least one of the following
This is an exceptional opportunity to join a dynamic Cellular Pathology Service and to develop specialist diagnostic and research interests with the enthusiastic support of the corresponding clinical teams.
This post requires full FRCPath and a pass in IELTS or OET to apply.
We are seeking an international doctor for a Greater London NHS Trust to join their Haematology Department.
You will join a team of nine other Consultant Haematologists, five Specialty Doctor's, three SpR and a group of Specialist Nurses in Haematology, Anticoagulation, Transfusion and Palliative Care. This is a substantive post contributing to a 1:8 joint on call rota, a 1:8 attending rota for level 2 patients at RSCH, and a weekly joint haemato-oncology MDT. Both Trust sites have outpatient clinics, haematology day unit and chemotherapy services, inpatient facilities including side rooms and a full range of diagnostics, A&E, acute medicine and acute surgery services.
Broad general experience in both malignant and non-malignant Haematology is required and you will be expected to develop a special interest area and to contribute to teaching and training within the service. It is essential that you possess MRCP (or equivalent training and experience), FRCPath or equivalent.