Resident Doctor Oncology / Haematology

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
£60000-£65000 per annum, plus 5 days paid study leave, private healthcare insurance and pension
Posted
17 Sep 2020
Closes
15 Oct 2020
Ref
0016551
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Resident Doctor Haematology - Private Patient Ward  - University College Hospital 

HCA Healthcare UK 

  • Salary: 60,000-65,000 depending on skills and experience
  • Rota pattern: day shifts only 8am-4pm or 10am-6pm
  • 2 year contract

Due to exciting expansion plans we are actively recruiting for a Resident Doctor – Haematology/Oncology. The successful candidate will ensure the highest standards of medical care for all patients, attending both In patients and outpatient settings.


You will work as part of the medical team at HCA Healthcare UK comprising Resident Consultant(s), Haematology Specialist Registrar(s) and other Resident Doctors, develop and maintain close working relationships with leading specialist Oncology and Haematology consultants, nursing and allied health professionals and other staff in the hospital.

Summary of Duties:

The private patient environment has been designed to enhance the patient experience and enable the clinical teams to deliver excellent Haematology and Cancer Care.  

To apply for this role you will need

  • You will be surrounded by a dedicated specialist HaemOnc team handling a vast range of patients with diverse, complex health needs. You will be expected to work independently review and treat inpatients and formulate plans under guidance of the Consultant in Charge. Assisting with the medical needs of the patients and build strong client relationships with the private practice Consultants and Charge Nurses.
  • At Resident Doctor you will assess, plan, and deliver personalised safe and professional evidenced-based care. You will get to understand the private patient admission and discharge processes, conduct ward rounds, but not limited to, microbiology and virology rounds. Complete certain medical procedures and patient records, and take part in ward audits, education and training to enhance the patient journey and the teams knowledge and skills.
  • Provide routine and emergency medical cover to haematology and oncology patients during hours of duty and to provide immediate life support to any patient, visitor or member of staff member as required.

To apply for this role you will need

  • GMC registration and licence to practice in the UK. 
  • MBBS medical qualification
  • Experience at Senior House Officer or ideally Registrar level with patients with cancer and haematology disease
  • ALS certificate