Consultant Anaesthetist with an interest in Obstetrics
Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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This post for an Consultant Anaesthetist with an interest in Obstetric Anaesthesia.
The successful candidates will join a team of 28 existing consultants, along with 10 Associate Specialists and 31 trainees and trust grade anaesthetists.
The job plan for this post will include regular sessions in elective and emergency obstetrics plus sessions in a range of other surgical specialties. The post consists of 11PA per week, including 1.5PA for on calls on a 1 in 10 rota to provide cover for theatres and obstetrics. There is separate cover for ICU. There is an SPA allocation of 2PA initially which can increase depending on additional roles taken on.
Main duties of the job
Applicants should have a sub-specialty interest in obstetric anaesthesia, including a minimum Special Interest Area (SIA) training of 6 months. Other areas of interest to the successful candidate will be accommodated wherever possible.
The job involves joining an on-call rota to provide cover for theatre emergencies including obstetric theatres.
Kettering General Hospital NHS Trust is an Acute District Hospital providing a service to approximately 360,000 people with 600 beds. Since becoming a Foundation Trust in 2008, the hospital has embarked on a programme of progressive development and innovation. The Trust is now working in a collaborative group model with Northampton General Hospital, as part of the University Hospitals of Northamptonshire.
For further information on the advertised role, please refer to the job description located under the Supporting Documents heading. The full person specification can be accessed under the Shortlisting Criteria section of the document.
Education, Training & Qualifications
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