Consultant in Emergency Medicine

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
06 Oct 2021
01 Dec 2021
Career Level
Contract Type
Full Time
  1. Provision within the organisation of the department of a comprehensive Emergency Medicine service to the Trust, with responsibility for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illness and the proper functioning of the department.
  2. Liaison with colleagues in other specialties and with management to achieve such
    a service Administrative duties associated with the care of patients and the running of the Emergency Medicine service. The provision of advice, via professional and management structures at Divisional and Trust level, on the short and long term planning of comprehensive health provision for the local population. Participation, as required, in the instruction of all professional groups, including the department's own postgraduate programme. The provision of cover, on a reciprocal basis, in the absence of departmental colleagues in order to ensure the maintenance of an Emergency Medicine service and continuity of the department’s commitment to the Trust’s Major Incident Plan. Maintenance, via a process of continuing professional development of the knowledge and skills relevant to the post. Acceptance of and compliance with, the department’s and Trust’s programmes for Clinical Governance, CPD and Medical Audit. Out-of-hours responsibilities, including participation in Consultant on-call rota where applicable.