- Swansea Bay University Health Board
- £93,388 to £111,732 a year p.a. pro rata
- Closing date
- 31 Mar 2023
- Hospital, Psychiatry
- Career Level
- Contract Type
- Full Time
Interested in one of our posts but don't quite meet the person spec? Feel ready for the challenge of becoming a consultant, but don't yet have a CCT?
Don't worry! We are always looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals, and if you are the right person for the job, we can tailor the job to fit around you! At Swansea Bay, we believe you are more than just the sum of your qualifications, and pride ourselves on discovering and nurturing the potential in our future colleagues.
Main duties of the job
SBUHB Department of Psychiatry and Learning Disabilities has helped many doctors like you to prepare for their first consultant role, either by supporting them to gain on the job experience in the NHS via our comprehensive induction schemes, or by mentoring them through the CESR process to gain consultant status.
If you want to work with us, we want to hear from you!
As a new consultant, we will support you to participate in the Consultant Development Programme and offer you a bespoke multi-professional senior leadership training opportunity.
Swansea Bay University Health Board is situated in one of Wales'areas of outstanding natural beauty. Offering stunning beaches and coastlines whilst the Brecon Beacons National Park is less than an hour away. Local communities are welcoming with many highly-ranked independent schools and colleges within the locality. Rail and road links are excellent with all of or Swansea Bay Hospitals being situated along the M4 corridor.
For further information or to express interest in one of our posts, please contact Dr Natalie Hess, Clinical Director for Mental Health Services at Natalie.Hess@wales.nhs.uk
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- GMC Registration
- Licence to Practice
Swansea Bay UHB covers a population of approximately 390,000 in the Swansea and Neath Port Talbot areas, with an annual budget of around £1bn. The health board employs approximately 12,500 staff.
It has three major hospitals providing a range of services: Morriston and Singleton in Swansea, and Neath Port Talbot Hospital in Port Talbot. We also have a community hospital and primary care resource centres providing clinical services outside the main hospitals.
Primary care independent contractors play an essential role in the care of our population and the health board commissions services from GPs, opticians, pharmacists and dentists across the area.
We have 49 GP practices in our health board area, 72 dental practices including orthodontists, 31 optometry practices and 92 community pharmacies. Mental health and learning disabilities services are provided both in hospital and community settings.
The Welsh Centre for Burns and Plastic Surgery at Morriston Hospital forms part of the UK network of burns and plastic surgery units, covering Wales, and the south west of England. Morriston is one of two specialist cardiac surgery services in Wales.
Other specialist services provided by the health board included cleft lip and palate, renal, fertility and bariatric surgery. Forensic mental health services are provided to a wider community which extends across the whole of South Wales.
The health board has an excellent reputation for research and innovation, with excellent links with Swansea University.
Swansea Bay University Health Board
- Morriston Hospital - our largest site, hosting our Emergency Department and tertiary services. One of the largest in Wales
- Singleton Hospital hosts a range of acute services and maternity unit
- Neath Port Talbot Hospital provides a range of inpatient, outpatient and day case services
- We also provide a comprehensive Mental Health Service at Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend sites, along with Gorseinon Hospital for Assessment and Rehabilitation of Older People
- Learning Disabilities - Celebrating 100 years of Learning Disability Nursing
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