MRCPCH and GMC in process
BDI Resourcing have an interview slot at an incredible NHS Trust that we have previously worked alongside!! They are now looking for another dedicated internationally trained Paediatrician to join their award winning and expanding team!!
BDI Resourcing are currently working with a University teaching hospital in the West Midlands who are seeking to appoint a Speciality Doctor in General Paediatrics! The highly sought after Trust are known for their progressive attitude and immense support offered to all staff.
All employees have a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults. The postholder will be responsible for ensuring they undertake the appropriate level of training in accordance with the safeguarding policy training strategy and that they are aware of and work within the safeguarding policies of the Trust.
All staff are encouraged to play an active role in audit.
Advice and support to paediatric surgery, ENT, orthopaedics and plastics.
Management of the significant number of our patients who come to us from PICU, and form an interesting group with complex problems.
Supervision of SHOs on the wards and in the emergency department.
BDI Resourcing are searching for a Speciality Doctor in Paediatrics & Neonatology (Level 2 LNU) for a 12 month fixed-term role within an NHS Trust just outside of Birmingham.
About the role:
BDI Resourcing are seeking a Consultant Paediatrician with numerous sub-speciality interests looking to join an innovative NHS Foundation Trust in the Midlands.
Would need GMC reg though MRCPCH
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international Doctor to fill a Neonatology Registrar role in a University Hospital in the Midlands, located half way between Manchester and Birmingham
About the Unit:
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is based within the Maternity Centre and offers care for up to 26 babies and their families. The unit has 6 intensive care cots, 6 high dependency cots and 14 special care cots. There is also a special isolation room.
The unit is a level 3 intensive care unit, which provides the highest level of intensive care for vulnerable babies from the local area and across the West Midlands network. The unit has the facilities to provide cooling to poorly babies and is a nationally recognised as a centre of excellence.