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Consultant in Public Health Medicine/Public Health

NHS Lanarkshire
(£87,534 - £116,313)
Closing date
15 Feb 2022

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Consultant in Public Health Medicine/Public Health – Directorate of Public Health NHS Lanarkshire

NHS Lanarkshire Directorate of Public Health are recruiting for a Consultant in Public Health Medicine/Consultant in Public Health for Population Health/Healthcare services.

Initially you will provide considerable input and leadership to support NHS Lanarkshire’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As organisational direction re-focuses on ‘business as normal’, the core responsibilities of this role (Population Healthcare Services) will gain increasing importance within your roles and responsibilities and NHS Lanarkshire Strategic Plan. You will bring clarity of purpose to the team, department and organisation and enable each to consistently practice values-based Public Health. Working closely with Public Health Scotland and Scottish Government to develop a World Class Public Health System locally in Lanarkshire.

Informal enquiries regarding this post will be welcomed by Dr John Logan, Consultant on 01698 752952 or Prof Josephine Pravinkumar, Director of Public Health & Health Policy on 01698 752952.

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If you are considering applying for posts, NHS Lanarkshire can provide rewarding medical jobs.

Serving a population of over 640,000 living within North and South Lanarkshire, NHS Lanarkshire is committed to improving the health of the population and ensuring that appropriate and high quality healthcare is provided.

Lanarkshire itself is a large county covering both urban populations and many rural towns and communities.

NHS Lanarkshire can offer recruitment to a wide range of exciting medical jobs as career choices for your chosen specialty in all grades. Working with a Consultant led service we have a culture of continuous development within our posts to ensure patients receive the best care our doctors can provide.

The 'A Healthier Future' framework has been developed to support future strategic health planning and to gain a shared understanding of the actions required to achieve the Scottish Governments 2020 vision.

The four strategic aims and three quality ambitions, along with the need for improved efficiency and financial sustainability, will be used to test any future service developments or changes in the services provided by NHS Lanarkshire. 

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