Specialist Doctor in Medical Oncology (HpB and Renal)
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trusts
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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full-time (10PA) Specialist Doctor in Medical Oncology with a responsibility in Hepatobiliary & Renal cancer for Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
We havethe largest specialist non-surgical cancer treatment facility in the East Midlandsand we provide an outstanding level of care and oncology services. We provide cutting-edge chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments and round-the-clock access to acute oncology services (AOS).
Main duties of the job
10 PA Specialist in Medical Oncology with a responsibility in Hepatobiliary & Renal Cancer for Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
- Opportunity to join the Senior Oncology Hepatobiliary & Renal Teams (candidates who have preference for other sites besides renal cancer are encouraged to discuss their preferences)
- The post will be based at Nottingham City Hospital Campus with outpatient clinics at the City Hospital and at Kings Mill Hospital
- More information including an indicative timetable for the post is featured below
- None of these tumours sites will be single-handed practice and will involve working along-side colleagues already specialising in each tumour site.
The speciality serves a resident population of 1.1 million and currently sees approximately 5,000 new patients each year (at City Hospital and Kingsmill); providing a comprehensive range of non-surgical oncology services to the East Midlands.
We have received national recognition and praise, and our patients benefit from the latest innovative treatments available, delivered by a team of committed and highly skilled staff. Our servicesat City Hospital:
Outpatient department:looks after patients at all stages of their illness from diagnosis through treatment to monitoring. Opening times are Monday - Friday,8.45am-5.00pm.
Oncology daycase:this unit is based in the Specialist Receiving Unit (SRU) and offers a triage service for oncology patients. Daycase patients don't usually have to stay in hospital overnight.
Centre for Clinical Haematology:this unit includes 40 inpatient beds, a Bone Marrow Transplant Unit and a daycase unit with services including stem cell/apheresis (treatments related to the blood).
Inpatient unit:provides treatment aimed at curing cancer and palliative care to relieve symptoms and slow the spread of cancer. It includes two 18-bedded wards (Fraser Ward for female patients and Gervis Pearson ward for male patients) plus an eight bedded mixed-sex ward (Hogarth), which incorporates the Teenage and Young Adult Unit. Hogarth ward also has an oncology day case unit for planned minor procedures and triage patients.
Please see detailed Job Description and Person Specification attached that details the role in more depth.
Training and Qualification
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