BDI Resourcing have an amazing opportunity for a Consultant Haematologist.
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BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for a Specialty Doctor Haematology post within a North East England NHS Trust.
The Haematology department works with the Oncology and Palliative care teams sharing access to 100 inpatient beds as well as 5 HEPA filtered rooms to support autologous transplantation. There is a large outpatient unit and day therapy centre within the centre.
The successful doctor will join a team consisting of 6 full time Consultant Haematologists, 3 Specialty Registrars, and four Specialty Doctors (including these posts), one ST2 and 1 FY doctor. There are 3 Specialist Nurses supporting adult patients with malignant disorders, 1 Specialist Nurse supporting Teenagers and Young Adults (TYA) and 2½ Specialist Nurses supporting patients with bleeding disorders. There is a well established and active transfusion team with 3 Transfusion Practitioners. There is active participation in clinical research supported by Research Nurses and a team of Data Managers and MDT staff. The department also benefits from links with the on-site Academic Oncology Department, the Haematological Malignancy Diagnostic Service within the local Medical School.
Full CESR support will be provided.
We are seeking an international doctor for a Trust Grade Histopathologist post in a North East England NHS Trust.
The department benefits from state-of-the-art diagnostic services including the HSL-Advance Diagnostics Laboratory and Sarah Cannon Molecular a full range of , FISH, PCR and Next Generation Sequencing techniques.
The department provides excellent teaching as well as opportunities to undertake and participate in research projects and clinical trials.
This post requires full FRCPath and a pass in IELTS or OET.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for a Locum Consultant Cellular Pathology post with a specialist interest in Histopathology (General).
You will join a team with other full-time Consultants and all Pathologists will participate in a general reporting rota but you will all have areas of specialist interest and lead for one or more cancer groups.
The department is warm, friendly, open and supportive and has a professional and friendly working relationship with clinicians through the multidisciplinary teams.