Clinical Fellows in Obs and Gynae
Ashford & St. Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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The department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology is delighted to be able to offer 4 posts at registrar level to join the existing team and work on the middle-grade rota. Each post will have a designated area of specialist interest and we are currently looking to recruit candidates with an interest in:
Maternal/fetal medicine/high risk obstetrics
Early Pregnancy and Emergency Gynaecology
This is an ideal opportunity for an ST3 or above (or equivalent, including CCT holder/equivalent) to work and gain experience in a medium sized District General Hospital with some tertiary services, including level 3 neonatal unit and an Endometriosis Centre.
The successful candidates will join the existing middle grade rota and will have duties covering services across the specialty including participation on the on-call rota. These will include (but not limited to) labour ward, emergency gynaecology, maternity day assessment unit, maternity triage, gynaecology and antenatal clinics and elective gynaecology theatres.
These are new posts and will be recruited to for 12 months extendable to 24 months following a review with Specialty and Service leads during that time. Interested candidates are invited to contact either Mr Matthew Erritty (Specialty Lead) or Dr Karin Leslie (College Tutor) by email using email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Main duties of the job
The successful candidate will participate in the middle-grade doctors rota covering all aspects of the specialty including but not limited to labour ward, elective caesarean section lists, emergency gynaecology, elective gynaecology theatres and out-of-hours cover.
All successful candidates will be allocated an educational supervisor and would be expected to be enrolled on the RCOG eportfolio and to participate in competency and peer assessments.
Ashford and St. Peters Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust serves a population of more than 410,000 people living in North-West Surrey, parts of Hounslow and beyond.
Over 3,700 highly trained doctors, nurses, midwives, therapists, healthcare scientists and other support staff make up our workforce, providing a wide range of services across our two hospital sites, Ashford, Ashford, Surrey and St Peter's, Chertsey, Surrey.
We also run many specialist clinics in the community and local community hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
Our vision is to be one of the best healthcare Trusts in the country. There has never been a better time to join us in the NHS at Ashford & St Peters Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with our strong commitment to staff health and wellbeing. We are committed to providing continuous professional development, staff benefits and flexibility to shape our workforce around our patient care.
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The successful candidate will join the current cohort of Junior doctors and Specialty doctors who comprise our middle grade rota. This is currently arranged in a 1:10 on-call pattern. A job plan that is compliant with the junior doctors contract would be agreed on commencing the post and will incorporate:
Day time shifts 8-5
Twilight shifts until 2130
Night shifts 2100-0930
Routine service commitments include emergency gynaecology, labour ward (supervised by a resident Consultant until 11PM on weekdays and 6pm at weekends), day assessment unit and elective gynaecology including both clinics and theatres.
The successful applicant would be encouraged to participate in wider aspects of the department including attendance at teaching sessions, MDT and specialist interest sessions.
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