Cardiology Trust Grade Registrar - Barking, Havering, and Redbridge NHS Trust An excellent opportunity has arisen for a post offering clinical experience in Cardiology. This post is suitable for a Trust Grade Registrar (ST3 equivalent) with some previous experience in Cardiology or planning to pursue a career in Cardiology. This post is for one-year fixed term with a view to extend.
Main duties of the job
The successful applicant will be based at Queens hospital providing and taking part in a range of services to support the Cardiology service and the wider team.
The range of services include: -
- To attend Cardiology consultant led ward rounds for inpatients and to provide day to day high quality inpatient care
- To participate in Cardiology outpatient clinics, whilst supporting the consultant team
- Work closely with the Cardiology nurse specialists within the Cardiology service to deliver patient care
- To support other key areas of work which supports the delivery of patient care within the Cardiology service
BHRUT is one of the largest acute trusts in the UK, providing acute care for over 700,000 people. The successful applicant will work at Queens Hospital providing and taking part in a range of services including supporting Cardiology outpatient clinics, Inpatient reviews and the post holder will have ward commitments.
The post will also support patients on both sites and will work closely with the Clinical Nurse Specialists in Cardiology. This post will give an excellent opportunity to gain experience in Cardiology with attendance encouraged at departmental and regional Academic meetings.
There is no on-call commitment allocated to this post. However, there is an opportunity to participate in the general medicine on call to cover bank shifts.
Applicants must have full GMC registration and MBBS are essential for this role.
Two years experience in medicine at an SHO level or equivalent. Some previous experience of Cardiology at an ST3 level is highly desirable and NHS experience is essential.
- GMC registration and MBBS are essential
- MRCP is desirable but not essential
- Some previous experience of Cardiology is highly desirable