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Locum FY1 Care of the Elderly vacancy - 3 Months - Hereford - ASAP START

Job Field:
Doctor Jobs
Speciality:
General Medicine Jobs, Geriatrics Jobs
Doctor & Nurse Grade Type:
Doctor Grades
Doctor & Nurse Grade:
Clinical Attachment, House Officer Jobs, Junior House Officer Jobs, Staff/Trust Grade Jobs
Country:
England
Region:
Herefordshire
Contract Type:
Locum
Currency:
£
Salary Description:
Competitve Salary Offered
Posted:
12-Dec-17
Recruiter:
National Locums
Job Ref:
TL/FWV

An opportunity has arisen to appoint a FY1 to the departments of Geriatric and General Medicine.

This is a locum post to commence as soon as possible until September 2017.

Hereford County Hospital, Wye Valley NHS Trust, is a busy District General Hospital, serving a population of 230,000 in a mixed city and rural location.

The new postholders would join the department of Geriatric Medicine including 2 Consultants, 3 Specialty Registrars, 3 CMT/GPST trainees and 4 FY1 trainees.

The department is busy and friendly and offers wide experience in both Acute General Medicine and Geriatric Medicine with subspecialities including Stroke, Falls, Orthogeriatrics, Parkinson’s Disease, Syncope and Intermediate Care.

The postholder would work under direct supervision of a consultant and participate in the Acute unselected full shift medical rota.

The applicant would ideally intend a career in Geriatric Medicine, but equally may be someone who wishes to further their experience in General Medicine at Registrar level.

All applicants must have MRCP. The applicant should also hold a current ALS Provider certificate. Full registration with the GMC with a Licence to Practice is required.

Informal enquiries are welcome. Please contact Tom Lawrence on; tom.lawrence@nationallocums.co.uk or via telephone on 01908 776477.

Closing Date:
09/01/2018

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