BDI Resourcing are currently searching for an international Doctor to fill an ST3 Emergency Medicine position within a highly reputable NHS Trust on the Isle of Wight.
BDI Resourcing are searching for an UK Based Doctor to fill an ST4 Position within the Emergency medicine department in a North West NHS Trust
MRCEM or PLAB with 5+ years of experience
We are currently looking for a UK based Doctor to fill a Middle Grade Emergency medicine position within a busy Manchester NHS Trust.
We have reorganised, developed our emergency care delivery and will continue to develop the pathways and infrastructures to manage emergency admissions to the Trust.
We have integrated Emergency Care into 3 co-located areas in a purpose built modern unit opened in November 2011 accommodating Accident & Emergency, an Emergency Assessment Unit (EAU) and an Emergency Care Day Unit (ECDU) for ambulatory care.
This post will support developmental work in all aspects of Emergency Care
You will join a team of 5 Consultants, 7 middle grade doctors and 13 FY2. With the dedicated nursing teams we provide comprehensive acute services to the large surrounding population
MRCEM or PLAB (with 5+ years of experience)
BDI Resourcing are currently looking for an international Doctor to fill a Middle Grade position in a busy A&E department in a West Midlands NHS Trust.
BDI Resourcing are seeking multiple international doctors to fill Emergency Medicine ST1/2 positions within a highly reputable NHS Trust in the North West.
The Trust is currently looking for enthusiastic ST1 or ST2 Doctors who are looking to take up a post in Emergency Medicine. You will have satisfactorily completed your Foundation training.
The department provides 24 hours facilities for the care of the acutely ill and injured for a population of approximately 400,000. Approximately 96,000 new patients are seen annually. There are also several NHS Walk-in Centres and Minor Injury Units on the Wirral with which the department closely cooperate
Successful candidates will have an allocated Educational Supervisor to support their portfolio development and you will also be expected to take part in teaching programmes within the department. In addition CPD time will be allocated to undertake audit activities and attend clinical governance meetings. Interested candidates can learn, develop and enhance their bedside USS skills using departmental USS machine under the guidance of senior doctors.
For those candidates interested in a career in Paediatrics or Paediatrics Emergency Medicine, we will be able to offer you experience within Paediatrics Emergency Medicine.
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international Doctor to fill an SHO position in a busy London NHS Trust's Accident and Emergency Department.
Applications are invited for the post of SHO in Emergency Medicine at this highly reputable North London Trust
The advertised post is suitable for individuals who are interested in furthering their knowledge, skills and experience in Emergency Medicine (EM), whilst working in a stimulating yet supportive environment.
The successful applicant will join the emergency department (ED) team working in the new Emergency Care Centre opened in February 2015. The successful candidate will work on a full shift junior ED rota.
We pride ourselves on the friendly and progressive ethos of the Trust. The organization has been a popular choice for medical staff working in Tyneside for many years.
The department sees approximately 95,000 new attendances per annum covering the full spectrum of acute illness and injury that is seen in a busy district general hospital. This includes around 20,000 new paediatric attendances per year. The department is a designated trauma receiving unit and has established links with the local major trauma centre at the RVI in Newcastle. The EM consultant body has several areas of specialist interest and specific training would be provided in; paediatric emergency medicine, core and enhanced emergency ultrasound, hand surgery, education and simulation. The department runs a daily review clinic and a weekly paediatric review clinic. The emergency department is responsible for the inpatient care of head and chest injuries. There are established programmes of teaching, audit and research that the successful applicant would be encouraged to partake in.
PLAB or MRCEM with a valid proof of English Language (OET or IELTS)