Locum Cons Anaesthetist General
Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust
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Locum Consultant in Anaesthesia (Generalist),Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust
JOB OVERVIEW: 2 POSTS
We have a great opportunity for the right candidates to be appointed to the role of Locum Consultant in Anaestheticswith a general interest. The Department of Anaesthetics is a friendly and supportive one. We have achieved ACSA accreditation from the Royal College of Anaesthetists, welcome innovation and will support change where it improves care to our patients.
Main duties of the job
The candidate will initially be expected to work at the St Helier site. The job plan will include 10 Programmed Activities including 1 SPA. There will be no initial on-call commitment but participation in the 1:12 consultant on-call rota or 1:6 weekend trauma lists will be expected after an initial period of settling into the role. The successful candidate must be dedicated to the pursuit of excellence, always placing the patient first.
Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust provides a range of medical services to approximately 420,000 people living across southwest London and northeast Surrey. In addition, we provide more specialist services for renal and neonatal intensive care to a wider area covering parts of Sussex and Hampshire
The Epsom & St Helier Anaesthetic department is aligned with the St George's Hospital teaching programme for medical students and the SW Thames School of Anaesthesia training programme. We have ACSA accreditation, currently under review. There is a well-established simulation teaching programme which may give opportunities for suitably qualified applicants. We score highly each year in the national hip fracture database report and are one of the busiest 5 units in London. Our National Emergency Laparotomy Audit (NELA) pathway and patient outcomes score as excellent.
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