This role is for a Specialist Doctor in Community Medicine.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the medical care of 20 patients receiving rehabilitation at Heathlands intermediate care unit, working alongside a junior doctor, advanced nurse practitioners and therapists.
With the NHS Long term plan, Ageing Well agenda and current transformation of community services, it is an exciting time to be working in frailty services and older people's medicine.
At Frimley Health we are an integrated acute and community services provider and with Ageing Well funding, will see expansion of our community services and older people's medicine directorate over the coming years. This new post has arisen due to the need for clinical input into a new intermediate care facility in Bracknell, called Heathlands, which is due to open in February 2022.
Main duties of the job
- Work across our community services based at Farnham hospital and there is also the opportunity to undertake a clinic and work with our newly established hospital at home service.
- Commit to appraisal, revalidation and personal development in line with statutory and Trust guidelines.
- Assist in developing the service and participate in departmental audit and quality improvement projects.
The successful candidate will be joining a team of eight geriatricians and cross cover will be provided for annual leave. There is flexibility in the job plan to work around the successful candidate's subspecialty interests
A full Job description and Person specification is attached to this vacancy. Please read carefully before applying, and ensure you give examples, to demonstrate, how you meet the essential criteria for the post.
- 10 years experience in relevant medical specialties
- Full GMC
- oAwareness of legal responsibilities eg safeguarding, mental capacity act, deprivation of liberty, data protection, equality and diversity
- oHigher degree eg MSc, postgraduate diploma
- Able to demonstrate innovative thinking
- Demonstrate appropriate leadership behaviour, including the ability to organise and develop service provision
- Demonstrates ability to work effectively in multidisciplinary and interprofessional teams.
- Practises with the professional behaviours and values expected of all doctors as set out in GMC Good Medical Practice
- Able to evaluate own clinical practice
- Good written and oral communication skills
- Computer literate - confident in using MS Office, Email and Internet
- oClinical experience of general management principles in community medicine and rehabilitation and interface with community services and social care
- oAble to undertake comprehensive geriatric assessment.
- oAble to independently manage an outpatient clinic
- oAbility to lead MDT meeting and experience of effective discharge planning.
- oPrevious experience in delivering interprofessional and post graduate teaching
- oUnderstand principles and participated in audit activity and quality improvement
- oUnderstand the principles of Clinical Governance and demonstrate experience of evidence based practice
- Able to deal with complexity and uncertainty in the care of patients
- oTo have completed a teaching or educational supervisors course
- oPrevious participation in MRCP &/or student teaching
- oSubspecialty experience eg movement disorders
- oDemonstrate being a role model and effective team member
- oAble to demonstrate leadership qualities
- Ability to be proactive
Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).