CI009445 - Consultant in Acute Medicine

NHS Grampian

  • Contact: Human Resources
  • Reference: 009445

Unscheduled Care ARI ,Acute Medicine & USC NHSG
, We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated colleague to join our friendly dynamic Acute Medicine team at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. The Acute Medicine Department at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary is based in the new Emergency Care Centre (ECC), a £110m purpose-designed facility to provide an integrated unscheduled care service. The ECC, which opened in December 2012, includes areas for Initial Assessment (22 beds), Ambulatory Care and a 30 bedded Medical Short Stay Ward, all of which are managed completely by the Acute Medicine team. The Building also houses the Emergency Department, most medical specialties and the primary care Out of Hours service. It also includes dedicated diagnostics and tube access to laboratory services. You must be innovative and keen to add to our drive of continuous improvement. Those not wishing to work full time will be equally welcomed. Jobs will be tailored to the individual's needs and desires where possible. We are looking for someone with enthusiasm and dedication to help us provide the best possible service to patients. Particular areas of interest to the department are the further development of ambulatory emergency care and use of ultrasound to improve care.NHS Grampian provides the perfect solution to all interests and lifestyles. Aberdeen is a dynamic and cosmopolitan city reflecting its strong base as the oil capital of Europe, while Aberdeenshire boasts many picturesque towns and villages within easy commuting distance and provides access to an enormous range of outdoor pursuits, ranging from fishing to skiing. Excellent transport links ensure that Edinburgh and Glasgow are less than 3 hours by train and Aberdeen airport has multiple flights daily to London and many other destinations across the UK and Europe. NHS Grampian welcomes applications from nearly and newly qualified Consultants as well as established Consultants in Acute Medicine. Those trained in the UK should have evidence of higher specialist training leading to CCT or be within 6 months of confirmed entry from date of interview or eligibility for specialist registration (CESR).Full registration with a licence to practise with the GMC is required. For more information visit www.gmc-uk.orgInterested parties are encouraged to speak with Dr Ben Dobb, Clinical Lead Acute Medicine Consultant on (01224) 552121.Interviews will be held week commencing 21 January 2020.

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