Team BDI Resourcing have some fantastic spaces at an incredibly sought after Trust in London. The positions are for Registrars in Intensive care Medicine.
Team BDI Resourcing have a position available for a Locum Consultant in Cellular Pathology with interests in GI and or Gynae. The position is within an NHS Trust in London.
BDI Resourcing are seeking applicants for a Clinical Fellow in General Paediatrics and Paediatric Emergency Medicine (ST4+ equivalent). The position is within an advanced Trust that is home to one of the largest and busiest Emergency departments in London.
BDI Resourcing have an abundance of positions available for Senior Clinical Fellows in Intensive Care Medicine. The position is within an extremely multicultural department with a brand new ICU unit being built currently.
Applications are open for an incredibly motivated Specialty Doctor in Emergency Medicine at a fantastic teaching hospital in Greater London.
The existing Emergency Department staff pride themselves on providing high quality clinical presence, together with high standards of education, training, research and audit. The post holders will work in close co-operation with nursing, managerial and medical colleagues to provide high quality healthcare to the Trust’s patients.
A Greater London NHS Trust are seeking an international doctor for a Specialty Registrar Clinical Oncology post.
The hospital has one of the leading cancer centres in the world and has an international reputation for the care and treatment it provides.
The duration of each post would be for a minimum of 12 months. The post would be particularly suitable for experienced international oncologists wishing to gain further specialist experience in an international tertiary centre.
The specialty of Clinical Oncology comprises of the management of cancer using both radiotherapy and systemic therapy (chemotherapy, hormone therapy and biological agents). It offers a unique opportunity to develop expertise in managing cancer patients and engaging in clinical research and academia.
A multidisciplinary team approach and effective communication is integral to the specialty of oncology. Most of an average week is spent in outpatient clinics, prescribing chemotherapy, planning radiotherapy and inpatient care.
This post requires full FRCR and a pass in IELTS or OET.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for a Registrar Geriatrics post within a London NHS Trust.
This is a full time post, with weekend and possible out of hours required.
This post requires full MRCP and a pass in IELTS/OET.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for an ST3/4 Nenonates post at a Central London NHS Trust.
The successful doctor will be covering all aspects of inpatient care, including long day ward cover and night shifts.
This will involve delivering care to babies in the intensive care, high dependency and special care areas. In addition, there will opportunities to take part in departmental audit and governance projects.
This post requires full MRCPCH or FCPS (Pakistan) and a post in IELTS or OET.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated and motivated international doctor for a Senior Registrar Emergency Medicine post located within a London NHS Trust.
You will be contracted to work an average of 48 hours per week with salary enhancement for antisocial hours.
The working pattern is a full shift.
Hours of work are subject to the requirements of the service.
Duties will include:
We are seeking a dynamic Consultant to join a London NHS Trust Breast Unit.
The candidate should be competent in the full range of skills expected of a modern breast radiologist and keen to learn new techniques and develop the
The local symptomatic service receives all new referrals directly to multi-disciplinary one-stop clinics and diagnoses approximately 400 new breast cancers per year. The imaging team is key to this pathway, supporting our surgical colleagues with information sufficient to reassure or diagnose patients. This role extends to incorporate the acquisition of tissue for histopathological diagnosis in the majority of cancer cases, completing disease staging and guiding decision making for the wider MDT to support patients through their treatment and ongoing post-therapy surveillance.
Consultant breast radiologists are expected to contribute fully to the work of the breast unit, including participation in MDT meetings, audit, research and teaching.
A London NHS Trust is undergoing a radical period of development and growth and they are looking for talented individuals to join their team and help achieve their ambition to deliver the gold standard of care for their patients.
The Trust plan to grow their ability to care for children requiring emergency treatment: a six-fold increase in capacity with a dedicated waiting area for children and adolescents, a dedicated resus and HDU space, as well as clinical isolation cubicles and provisions to support patients with mental health conditions.
If you share our passion for providing the best possible care to children and their parents when they need it most and want to work in a team that is constantly striving to offer new and improved operational processes then we would love to hear from you.
An exciting opportunity has arisen at a two University Hospitals located in both the South and North of England to join the Respiratory Medicine team.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to provide care and diagnostic services for patients presenting with Respiratory illnesses.
The department provides both an inpatient, outpatient and day case Sleep & Ventilation Service, Interstitial Lung Disease, Cystic Fibrosis, Asthma, Lung Cancer, Pleural Procedures and General Respiratory services across both our sites.
Each Trust is a University Teaching Hospital with its own Medical School and a newly built Academic Complex.
Both locations are located centrally with fast road and rail links to the rest of the UK. Housing in the north is plentiful, varied and cheap and you will find excellent shopping and cultural facilitates in both the North and the South.