Consultants in Adult Critical Care
Applications are invited for Substantive Consultant Intensivist posts in Adult Critical Care at St George’s University Hospitals Foundation Trust, London.
These opportunities have arisen due to retirements and expansion of services. We are looking for excellent individuals to join the critical care team of this progressive London teaching hospital. Critical care has expanded from 60 beds to 112 beds in response to increased COVID-19 demand (with plans identified to surge further if required). Planning is ongoing for anticipated long term bed requirements of between 100-140 beds, even after the excess COVID-19 demand has ceased.
This is an opportunity to become involved in the development of this long-term expansion, shape clinical care, introduce new services, develop research opportunities and bring your own interests to support the growth of the department. In addition to General Intensive Care, the department specialises in Cardiothoracic/Cardiology Intensive Care, Neuro Intensive Care and supports an Outreach service, Critical Care Retrieval Service and a Survivorship programme. Experience or interest in these areas is beneficial and training will be given to those who wish to pursue such sub-specialisation.
Intensivists are currently working across COVID-19 and Non-COVID-19 areas and services. Subject to activity, there is the opportunity to arrange a proportion of DCC in a secondary specialty of interest within the critical care directorate, anaesthesia, academia or an alternative supporting specialty.
Applicants should have the FFICM or an equivalent intensive care qualification and have suitable experience and qualifications in their proposed secondary specialty.
Enquiries about the posts should be directed to Dr Dominic Spray (Clinical Director) via the Department of Critical Care on 020 8725 4164 or at email@example.com. Informal enquiries are encouraged.
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Closing date: 5th July 2020.