Specialty Doctor Acute Medicine
Medway NHS Foundation Trust
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Specialty Doctor in Acute Medicine
Division: Unplanned and Integrated Care
Care Group: Acute Medicine
Salary: £52,530 - £82,400 per annum/pro rata
Interview Date: TBC
We are recruiting forSpecialty Doctorin Acute Medicinewho shares our ambition and vision to deliver theBest of Care by the Best People and has the drive to take us forward, by ensuring that the Trust continues to be the first choice for patients and our staff.
Main duties of the job
The post holder will join the existing team of Consultant Physicians in Acute Medicine providing specialist service and GIM ward cover on Keats and Wakeley ward. The successful applicant will be encouraged to engage and participate in the department's research projects, Audits, and departmental governance
The post holder will be expected to participate in ward round in Acute Medicine, with a consultant. They need to supervise junior doctors and teach them during the ward round.
He/she will be able to independently see patients, formulate appropriate management plans and liaise with the AEC consultant if needed. They would also, be able to provide to junior doctors working in AEC with advice if required.
Our values are Bold, Every Person Counts, Sharing and Open and Together. It is important that you understand and to refer to our values when completing your application and always reflect our values throughout your employment with the Trust.
We are committed to endorsing diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion; our policies / procedures ensure that all applicants are treated fairly at every stage of the recruitment process.
To contribute to our exciting future and become part of our team, apply today.
Here at Medway, we pride ourselves on working together as one to ensure that our shared vision of Better, Best, Brilliant is achieved. Our culture and values are what drives the Trust and is the heartbeat of who we are as an organisation.
Our Trust is a great choice for people who want to develop their career in an ambitious environment.
The NHS are striving towards "we work flexibly" as a workforce, we want to ensure that you can work in a way that is best for us, our patients, and importantly for you. We offer many flexible working opportunities, speak to us about how we might be able to accommodate a flexible working arrangement for you and if it works for the service, we will do our best to make it work for you.
All of our substantive & fixed term employees can enjoy a range of staff benefits, a gym, an active health and wellbeing programme, an on-site nursery and a cycle to work scheme.
We are taking positive action to ensure that we can attract, recruit and retain the best talent and would welcome more applicants from under - represented groups to support the Trusts commitment to a diverse, inclusive and an employer of choice workforce.
All staff at Medway comply the Trust's and the Kent and Medway Safeguarding Board's policies on safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults.
The job covers 10 PAs including 8 clinical activities and 2 supportingactivities and CPD. These will include, some shifts on the weekend. Annualappraisal will be carried out by Clinical lead for department, in which theapplicant is based, and approved by Medical Director. Any disagreementregarding job plan or appraisal will be referred to Medical Director.
It is expected the post holder will be able to independently see patients,formulate appropriate management plans and liaise with the AECconsultant if needed. They would also, be able to provide to junior doctorsworking in AEC with advice if required.
The post holder would ideally be independent in performing procedures. Ifneeded post holder could be appropriately trained and signed off to acompetent level. The post holder would contribute to Acute Medicineteaching as well.
Values Based Question
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