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Consultant in Anaesthetics- Generalist (2 posts)

The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
£84,559 to £114,003 pa
Closing date
11 Feb 2022

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Hospital, Anaesthesia
Career Level
Contract Type
Full Time
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We're proud that our workforce - our greatest asset - strives for excellence every day in providing care and support to those who use our services. Mid Yorkshire celebrates excellence and innovation. We have modern, state-of-the-art facilities and provide first class learning and development opportunities. Mid Yorks is transforming, grounded in our values to care and improve, respecting our patients, our community and our staff, to deliver the highest standards of care.

If you are a dynamic, innovative and forward-thinking clinician with a passion for your profession and an enthusiasm to be part of a Trust striving to be the best, get in touch to see what a career at Mid Yorkshire could be like for you.

The Anaesthetic department currently consists of fifty Consultant Anaesthetists who provide Anaesthetic and Intensive Care services for a busy general hospital with all the major surgical specialties and a Major Burns centre.

Applicants should possess, or be within 6 months of receiving a CCT at the time of the advisory appointments committee.

The appointment will be on the basis of the new consultant contract laid down by the Hospital Medical and Dental Staff Terms and Conditions of Service and will be remunerated as appropriate on the salary scale £84,559 - £114,003 per annum.

For further information please contact Dr Alastair Rose, Consultant Anaesthetist, Head of Clinical Service, or Dr Matthew Tinker, Clinical Lead for Anaesthesia, via email or or by telephone on 01924 542459.

Candidates are welcome to visit the department.

BMJRef: BMJ-59392/377-CARP1815MED

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