Specialty Doctor in Acute Medicine
Applications are invited for the post of Specialty Doctor in Acute Medicine (Physician post) at Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. This is a new post to join a team dedicated in providing high quality acute medical care for the population of Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire (catchment area of 1 million people).
We are looking for an enthusiastic applicant with experience in acute and general internal medicine to join our acute medical team. The department of Acute Internal Medicine is based in Hull Royal Infirmary and comprises of three main areas; the acute medical unit (AMU), the ambulatory care unit and the short stay medical ward. The acute medical unit currently operates on a 3-zone model of roughly 12 patient beds in each area, and a daily 24/7 dedicated medical team for each zone. Admission routes are through the Emergency department of Hull Royal Infirmary and GP admissions from Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. AMU is an extremely attractive place to work for any acute physician, as it combines the excellent service of a tertiary centre with the fascination of unselected medical take. The ambulatory care unit is an one-stop-diagnosis and treatment facility that helps preventing medical admissions for the ambulatory patients who fit into designated diagnostic criteria and although need specialty in-hospital medical input, or hospital investigations, can still be managed within an outpatient setting. Our consultants are very proud of the ambulatory care unit of Hull Royal Infirmary, as it looks after a wide variety of pathologies, and prevents admissions for the hospital as it provides an excellent service for urgent diagnostics and treatment. The short stay medical ward is a medical ward of 22 beds, where unselected medical admissions with an expected in-hospital stay of 72hours can be monitored and managed by our experienced multidisciplinary team, lead by the medical consultant
The successful applicant will join our team of 13 dynamic consultants. The applicant will be expected to take a senior role within the three areas of acute medicine, but will also work alongside the Specialist Registrars in Acute Medicine during training.
The applicant will have opportunities to attend our teams dedicated weekly meetings and teaching sessions, take part in the weekly grand rounds of the Trust, develop their area of special interest within their working sessions, and take active part in teaching and training the junior members of the acute medical team.
The new applicant will be fully expected to take an active involvement in teaching and clinical governance activities of the acute team.
The Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust provides a comprehensive range of acute services from two hospital sites. We serve a local population of approximately 600,000 with some services aimed at an extended catchment area of 1.2 million people. The trust now forms part of the Hull York Medical School with both the NHS sites and Universities of Hull and York. With an annual budget of £440 million and employing around 8000 staff we are committed to the continuous development of services for the benefit of patients and to providing a comprehensive service of the highest possible quality.
Please include in the additional information section of the application form; the name of you current revalidation officer, their contact details and your date of revalidation.