We are looking for an enthusiastic and innovative doctor to join a growing team of Elderly Care Physicians within a strong Division of Medicine.
Working within a multi-disciplinary team, a South East England NHS Trust are looking to recruit an Elderly Care doctor with varying interests and skills.
The Department currently provides specialist services for Frailty, Stroke Rehabilitation and Orthogeriatrics.
The Trust is keen to develop an outstanding geriatric service and are looking for highly motivated physicicans to supplement the present team.
The teaching and development of medical students and trainees is an integral part of the role as well as participation in research and audit activities in the department.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Acute Medicine Registrar to join and NHS Trust in the South East of England.
BDI Resourcing are partnered with a leading NHS Trust in the South East of England who are interviewing next week for several ST3+ Acute Medicine Doctors (SHO roles available here as well).
SHO - £39,467 + Uplift for On-Call commitments
ST3+ - £50,017 + Uplift for On-Call commitments
BDI Resourcing is very excited to be offering several places on a CESR Educational Programme conducted in partnership with a great NHS Trust in the South East of England! The Trust appreciates the importance of educational support so is offering positions on this programme to Medicine Doctors whose long term goal is to gain specialist registration. These roles as a Registrar in Acute medicine whilst being non-training will have high importance placed on education.
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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.