Consultant General Surgeon (sp. interest in Oesophagogastric Surgery)
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is looking to recruit a Consultant in general and Oesophagogastric surgery as part of the services plan to expand the consultant workforce over the coming years. The successful candidate will become part of a dedicated and successful department of general surgery which has an excellent track record in clinical service delivery and both regional and national teaching & training. Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is a recognised tertiary referral centre for Oesophagogastric cancer and provides minimally invasive (laparoscopic and robotic) surgery for complex benign upper GI pathology. The successful candidate would work within the UGI team to provide a comprehensive service including UGI cancer resectional work. Training in laparoscopic UGI surgery is essential, experience of robotic UGI surgery would be desirable to progress the current general surgery robotic programme at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Accreditation in UGI diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy is essential. Any sub-specialist interest in other areas of UGI surgery would be welcome.
Main duties of the job
The successful candidate will partake in a 1:14 acute on call rota including rotas for CEPOD operating lists and acute surgical clinics.
At Bradford Teaching Hospitals, we are proud to be part of the Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership (BDCHCP). In our local HCP we have a joint vision to act as one to keep people Happy, Healthy at Home.
We try to meet people where they are and work with them to access the tools and opportunities they need to enable them to live longer in good health. Everyone in this partnership has a role to play in delivering this vision.
As a provider of hospital care and a large research and teaching organisation, we have a complementary vision at the Trust to be an outstanding provider of healthcare, research and education and a great place to work.
Through the delivery of this vision and by working with our local HCP partners to nurture our workforce and manage our finances and resources wisely, we can provide new and innovative services to address inequalities.
Please see attached job description for full details of roles and responsibilities.
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