Resident Doctor - Oncology/Haematology
Resident Doctor Oncology or Haematology/Oncology Wards
Employer: HCA Healthcare UK - UK's largest Private Hospital Group, Specialist Leaders in Complex Care.
Location London: The Harley Street Clinic, Wellington Hospital, Private Care at UCH.
Working Patterns Vary - 10 hour shifts, 12 hour shifts or 24 hour shifts
Contracts available, part time or full time
- Salary £60000-£70000 per annum depending on experience
Reward & recognition – We reward your commitment in delivering the highest standard of care with generous and competitive benefits such as our contribution pension scheme, private medical insurance, annual salary review, We invest in your career with development pathways, access to further education and internal promotion opportunities. Including 5 days paid stud leave, and access to funding such as PhDs or Masters in Medical Leadership.
- The first class environment has been designed to enhance the patient experience and enable the clinical teams to deliver excellent Cancer Care.
- You will be surrounded by a dedicated specialist Oncology team handling a vast range of patients with diverse, complex oncology 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, complete certain medical procedures as required. This is a great opportunity to see the very latest technologies, treatments and therapies.
This is an exciting time to join. To apply for this role, successful applicants will need:
- MBBS medical qualification, GMC registration and current licence to practice
- Completed MRCP
- Evidence of ongoing professional development or working towards.
- A broad range of post-qualification Medical and Oncology Ward experience at SHO or Registrar level, leading on patients with cancer disease and managing cancer-related emergencies
- Private patient experience desirable but not essential.