Trust Doctor at Registrar Level in Orthopaedics
This is a good job for dynamic trainees wishing to pursue a career in Trauma & Orthopaedics and will provide a chance to be operating surgeon in trauma (DHS, nails, hip hemiarthroplasty, and wrist- and ankle fixations) as well as elective operations.
Main duties of the job
The Trust Registrar will be responsible for the day-to-day care of all patients under the Consultants. The programme of training for each individual doctor will be flexible depending on his/her particular needs and stage of training. The successful candidate will be expected to work across the two hospital sites (Cumberland Infirmary Carlisle and the West Cumberland Hospital, Whitehaven).
At NCIC, we have an ambition to deliver outstanding hospital and health services to half a million people. Established on 1st October 2019, the Trust is creating a centre of excellence in providing rural and remote healthcare and provides a wide range of community and acute services throughout north Cumbria and beyond. We're responsible for delivering over 70 services across 15 main locations and we employ more than 6,500 members of staff.
Our 5 key principles demonstrate our belief in the delivery of 'safe, high quality care every time'.
- Being a clinically led organisation
- Quality and safety at the heart
- A positive patient experience every time
- A great place to work
- Managing our money well
As an organisation we are serious about supporting a diverse workforce that reflects our local community and are very much focused on being an inclusive and compassionate place to work.
The department has a well organised audit department and research nurses which helped previous post holders to gather solid portfolios in preparation of Specialist Training exams.
For more experienced trainees who plan to complete CESR route, we offer support and advice.
MSc can be pursued in collaboration with the University of Central Lancashire UCLAN if required
- Full GMC registration
- MBBS or equivalent
- MRCS, ATLS. Care of the Critically ill patient
- At least 2 years postgraduate experience or equivalent
- Previous registrar experience