- Respiratory Medicine
- Fixed Term 6 Months
- Full Time 40 Hours per Week
- St Helier
- £31,124 - £49,086 p.a + LW
- 31/12/2018 23:59
This is an exciting opportunity for a vibrant and enthusiastic individual to join the Respiratory Team at Epsom and St. Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, based at St. Helier Hospital, as a Clinical Fellow (ST3 or above).
You will join colleagues in a very dynamic and forward looking Respiratory/General Medicine Service.
This post is ideal for candidates wishing to gain experience in Respiratory Medicine at a recognised high quality training centre. This post could be an excellent “stepping stone” to higher training in Respiratory and/or General Medicine as the successful candidate will have the opportunity to gain experience in a wide range of diagnostic procedures and investigations in these specialties.
The Respiratory Team includes 3 consultants (one more to be appointed), one other SpR, 2 CMT’s, 2 F1 and a team of specialists respiratory nurses/ TB and lung cancer nurse specialists. We have a 23 bedded dedicated respiratory ward with monitoring/ NIV facilities. The consultants have subspecialty interests in lung cancer, bronchiectasis, asthma /COPD and TB as well as General Medicine and Service/ Quality improvement and Education.
Sleep consultation services/ PleurX tunnelled drain/ pleural clinics are also available with colleagues at the neighbouring hospital in Epsom.
We also are in process of developing Integrated Respiratory Care service together with our primary care partners/ CCG. This would allow interested individuals a unique training experience in that field.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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