CESR Rotation In Emergency Medicine
Appointment of Full Time Certificate of Eligibility of Specialist Registration (CESR) Rotations in Emergency Medicine Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust
We are advertising for 4 posts in our Emergency Medicine CESR Rotations at the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust the first cohort of 4 will start from August 2021.
The posts are intended to provide the clinician with the support and training required to successfully complete all aspects of the CESR process in Emergency Medicine. We will provide specific three month secondment-style modules to address relevant educational and competency needs. Secondments include Anaesthesia & ITU, Acute Medicine and Paediatrics.
These exciting new posts will be well supported to allow completion of the CESR portfolio with clinical and educational Supervision in both the ED and specialist attachments.
From a clinical perspective these posts will participate in the 24 hour Emergency Department rota.
The post holder must be registered with GMC and hold a licence to practice.
The clinicians also will be expected to work towards successfully passing their Intermediate and Final FRCEM exams.
This is an exciting time at SaTH, as the local Health System have approved the reconfiguration of hospital services in Shropshire, with the Hospital Transformation Plan. This means the Princess Royal Hospital (PRH) in Telford will become a dedicated Planned Care site with an A&E Local and the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital (RSH) will become a specialist Emergency Care site. This will allow specialist doctors to treat the most serious cases on the Emergency Care site which is proven to be safer, provide better results for patients and recue the amount of time patients have to stay in hospital.
We are ideally located between the north and the south, making travelling around the UK extremely easy. As well as being only a short distance from major cities and busy transport links including Birmingham airport, our county also borders with beautiful north Wales which is abundant in outdoor activities, brilliant beaches, and thrilling scenery.
Both hospitals are based in Shropshire, a short 20 minutes’ drive apart. Shrewsbury has recently been named in the ‘Sunday Times Best Places to Live Guide’ as one of the top places to live in the country. It is a wonderful bustling place, with affordable housing, fantastic schools and great out-of-work activities for everyone.
We look forward to hearing from you and would encourage a visit to the Trust to meet the team and see what we have to offer!