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Consultant in Emergency Medicine

Employer
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary
£82,096.00 - £110,683.00
Closing date
17 May 2022

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Sector
Hospital, Emergency medicine
Career Level
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Consultant & Locum Consultant in Emergency Medicine

The University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust is one of, the largest Trusts in the UK for delivering Emergency Care. By applying to work at our hospitals at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Heartlands, Good Hope and Solihull, you will be joining a consultant team of over 48 motivated and enthusiastic individuals, with a vast breadth of experience delivering Emergency Care, and a wide range of special interests. Our people are our focus. We are a driven, passionate and supportive team, working together to deliver the best care possible for our patients.

Across the four sites we see approximately 390,000 patients a year with Queen Elizabeth as the trauma centre site, with many tertiary specialist services such as neurosurgery and transplant services, Heartlands Hospital functioning as a Trauma Unit and with vascular & Primary PCI services. Queen Elizabeth, Heartlands and Good Hope sites are supported by: advanced, newly-refurbished Resuscitation Rooms; GP in ED services; Rapid Assessment and Treatment services; and supporting ambulatory care and frailty units. Heartlands and Good Hope have separate Paediatric Emergency Department areas with specialist Childrens’ nursing teams, with a new CED opened at Good Hope in May 2021

As part of a large team, consultants are able to work flexibly to balance work and home life. Our job plans are annualised and offer great flexibility with consultants able to pursue special interests outside emergency care which have included: establishing hospital units abroad; Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine, working at other Trusts & organisations; medico-legal work and working within the media.

We are learning every day. We have high quality training programmes, research, audits andquality improvement projectsrunning across the department. As a department we pride ourselves on Education, and have extensive nursing, clinical practitioner and medical programmes established. Our aim is to be recognised for our Excellence in Emergency Medicine education.

Come to Birmingham and you will see a real diversity of lifestyles. Whether you like the rural life and the pursuit of outdoor interests or prefer inner city living, Birmingham has everything to offer.

As the second-largest city in the UK, you’ll find that Birmingham’s vibrant culture is ever-changing through ongoing regeneration, renewal and grand-scale construction. So whatever your tastes, hobbies or lifestyle, Birmingham has something to offer.

Working in our Emergency Department is fast-paced, challenging and always interesting. Everyone’s voice is valued to harness ideas for innovation and we are always looking at how we can improve. We look forward to welcoming you to our team.

Further information on this post and contact details are available in the attached Job Description

The posts are open to both full time and less than full time applicants. If less than full time, modification of the job content will be discussed on a personal basis.

Interested candidates are invited to discuss these posts with:-

Dr Susan Dorrian, Clinical Service Lead

(0121) 424 0797

Susan.dorrian@uhb.nhs.uk

Ms Elizabeth Hamilton – General Manager for Emergency Medicine – Elizabeth.Hamilton@uhb.nhs.uk

 

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