Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
The Obstetrics and Gynaecology service at Birmingham Heartlands, Good Hope and Solihull is one of the largest services in the UK and is part of the Birmingham Local Maternity System which also includes Birmingham Women’s & Children’s Hospital. The service is recruiting to a vacancy to consolidate its excellent colposcopy, urogyanecology and gynaecological surgery.
The Trust is committed to delivering the highest quality obstetric and gynaecological services to large, diverse communities across Birmingham, Solihull and Sutton Coldfield. The obstetric service delivers over 10,000 women per year and works collaboratively with a multi professional team, medical specialities and intensivists to deliver a range of specialist services. There is a commensurate large gynaecology workload with different sub-specialties including uro-gynaecology, fertility and early pregnancy loss.
The successful candidates will join a highly experienced, motivated and dynamic team of 34 consultants working across the three hospital sites of Birmingham Heartlands, Solihull Good Hope and engage in robust clinical governance and undergraduate and postgraduate training and education. Participation in research is expected and we have an active research group linked to the universities of Warwick and Birmingham.
The post is 10 Programmed activities with on-call for Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Birmingham Heartlands and Good Hope Hospitals and will participate in the Obstetrics Labour Ward on-site presence until 2300 hours and out of hours On-Call and gynaecology On-Call.
The successful applicant will have experience of working in a high risk obstetric unit, undertaking C-sections, antenatal clinics, and ward rounds, together with elective and emergency gynaecology including theatre and outpatient sessions. Experience of outpatient Hysteroscopy and/or Colposcopy is highly desirable.
For any informal meetings or discussions, please contact Miss Susha George, Clinical Service Lead – Gynaecology on 0121 424 7786 or email susha.george@UHB.nhs.uk