Emergency Medicine (2 Posts)
Are you thinking about the next move in your Medical Career?
We’ve got the challenge and the rewards you’ll want in your career, and a lifestyle that’s picture postcard perfect.
Dr Gray’s Hospital
Vibrant community, great lifestyle and an acute hospital transforming the way it delivers remote and rural health care? Sound appealing? Then we have some great opportunities at Dr Gray’s Hospital in Elgin.
Our District General Hospital is at the heart of the community and we’re investing in the future by creating sustainable clinical services. It’s an exciting time for you to join our team as a consultant in General Medicine, Emergency Medicine or Acute Care of the Elderly.
At Dr Gray’s Emergency Department (ED) we see approximately 25,000 patients a year. With our nearest centres 40 miles to the West and 60 miles to the East we see a full range of Paediatrics, Trauma and Medical cases. This means we do our own paediatric sedation and provide critical care to patients being retrieved to ICU off site.
In short, within one department we practice the full range of Emergency Medicine and are true generalists.
We are looking for colleagues to join our Consultant led department. These posts will most suit those wishing to provide direct, Consultant led care with support for the wider clinical MDT. Additional opportunities can be discussed for those interested in pre-hospital and retrieval services, Acute Medicine and Paediatrics.
Full registration with a licence to practise with the GMC is required. For more information visit: www.gmc-uk.org
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). Non UK applicants must demonstrate equivalent training.
Moray is a beautiful part of Scotland with a real sense of community. It offers an exceptional lifestyle with everything you could want close at hand including:
- Affordable, high quality housing.
- Great connectivity through Inverness and Aberdeen airports plus easy road and rail links.
- A mix of excellent public and private sector education.
- Exceptional beaches, forests, historical landmarks and outdoor leisure opportunities.
See and hear more about life in Moray here:
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and living in Moray so special?
To discuss the posts in more detail please contact:
Dr Pam Hardy, Consultant in Emergency Medicine &
Pre-hopsital Care and Clinical Lead, Co-Vice Chair Faculty of
Pre-hospital Care, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Tel: 01343 567310 / 567473
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Closing date: 16th August 2020
Interviews date: 9th September 2020