Consultant Haematologist (Haemostasis)

Canterbury, Kent
£79,860 - £107,668 per annum
26 Aug 2020
23 Sep 2020
Career Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Welcome to East Kent Hospitals NHS University Foundation Trust and thank you for considering us as your choice of employer.

We are seeking to appoint a compassionate, enthusiastic and dynamic Haematology Consultant in haemostasis and thrombosis to join our expanding multidisciplinary team. You will join a team of 10 consultant haematologists, 2 specialist registrars and clinical nurse specialists

The Trust covers a population area of 760,000 and we need people like ‘You’ with fresh ideas and energy to come and join us on our journey. The Trust is set in an area of outstanding beauty with great transport links to London & the continent but with easy access to many great Kentish beaches and towns, offering a great work life balance.

The Clinical Haematology department and the Haemophilia & Thrombosis Centre provide a comprehensive clinical and laboratory service for patients across East Kent. Inpatients for these departments are centralised at Kent and Canterbury Hospital.

The Clinical Haematology Services are divided into two groups, BCSH Level 2a and BCSH Level 2b: across 4 hospital sites. There is close liaison with University College London Hospital and King’s College Hospitals, London, where patients are referred for autologous and allogeneic transplantation.

The Haemophilia and Thrombosis Centre provides specialist services for adults and children with disorders of thrombosis and haemostasis and is recognised as a Comprehensive Care Centre for Haemophilia, providing care for adults and children

There are active clinical trials programmes in both departments and research links with the University of Kent are encouraged.

We embrace learning and development, provide supportive working environments and truly engage with our teams to support our vision to be a ‘great place to work’. We can offer full, part time and flexible opportunities.

Applicants must possess FRCPath (or equivalent) and Full and Specialist registration (and with a license to practice) with the General Medical Council (GMC).  If an applicant is UK trained, they must also be a holder of a certificate of completion of training (CCT) or be within 6 months of completion of CCT.  I an applicant is non-uk trained, they will be required to show evidence of equivalence to the UK CCT.