Guernsey, Channel Islands
A refreshing new healthcare career in an island community.
We have a number of exciting opportunities for GMC Specialist Registered Consultants to join the group.
About the Medical Specialist Group
We are a partnership of currently 54 Consultants, which, under contract, provides specialist medical services to the Guernsey Health Service with a health care model that is different and separate from the NHS. As well as providing contract care the MSG consultants also provide private care which is remunerated separately, but is carried out in both MSG and PEH facilities as there are no other private facilities on island. MSG administration and secretarial staff also support a consultant private practice. Tertiary care services are supplied by hospitals on the UK Mainland, mainly Southampton University Hospital, usually through contracted services.
The Princess Elizabeth Hospital is a modern hospital with approximately 145 beds and strong clinical links to UK mainland centres, particularly Southampton General Hospital and Kings College Hospital.
Our vision is to be internationally recognised as a centre of excellence for clinical care and loved by the Guernsey community.
Our purpose is to use our expertise and compassion to provide outstanding patient-centred services that improve the health of the community we serve.
Learn more about us here
A better work-life balance
If you’re searching for a dose of sea air or a better work-life balance, our island community has it all.
Renowned for its sandy beaches and mild climate, Guernsey offers an idyllic, family friendly, lifestyle with excellent connections to the UK, France, and beautiful nearby islands.
Our flexible working patterns and short journey times give you more time to enjoy life, whether that’s a paddleboard and beach BBQ with the family after work, an afternoon hiking the cliffs or catching up with friends at one of our many award-winning restaurants.
Our consultants and their families have also benefited from the excellent schools and the wide variety of activities on offer on the island.
For more information on what your new lifestyle could look like, or about the practicalities of re-locating to Guernsey, visit the dedicated website here. Alternatively, hear from other healthcare professionals who have relocated here.
About the roles
General & Benign Colorectal Surgeon: This is a replacement post with an exciting opportunity to provide clinical excellence in General & Benign Colorectal Surgery. Applicants must hold full GMC registration and be on the UK GMC Register for General Surgery or be within 6 months of obtaining this at the time of interview.
Anaesthetist (in intensive care medicine): This is a replacement post with an exciting opportunity to provide clinical excellence in Anaesthetics. Whilst extensive experience in intensive care is essential for this post, there may be further opportunities for other sub specialty interests to be considered. If you are interested in working in Guernsey, or learning more about the MSG but aren’t an intensive care consultant, we would still like to hear from you.
Obstetrician & Gynaecologist: This is a replacement post for a retiring consultant with an exciting opportunity to provide clinical excellence in Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Applicants must hold full GMC registration and be on the UK GMC Specialist Register for Obstetrics & Gynaecology or be within 6 months of obtaining this at the time of interview.
In addition to the appealing lifestyle that Guernsey offers, we have an attractive benefits package which includes:
- A generous salary (the income tax rate for Guernsey is currently a flat 20%).
- Greater involvement in direct patient care
- Additional private practice supported by MSG & HSC (room, indemnity, secretarial & billing support are all provided)
- A full relocation package
- Private health insurance for you and your family
- Cycle / e-bike / e-scooter scheme
- Career development with opportunities for private practice and 10 days of fully funded study leave annually.
- The opportunity to become a partner. Most consultants join as associates before being invited to join our partnership, giving you a stake in the group and a voice in key decision making.
For more information on the roles, benefits and relocation package, please contact our People & Organisation team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01481 239988. Contact Dr Richard Evans, Consultant Anaesthetist & Directorate Chair (email email@example.com) to discuss the Gastroenterologist or Neurologist role, and contact Mr Jacek Waronski, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss the Obstetrician & Gynaecologist role. Contact Mr Sadeo Kairsingh, Consultant General Surgeon (email email@example.com), Mr Mark Webber, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon & Directorate Chair for the Surgical Directorate (email firstname.lastname@example.org), or Mr Michael Van den Bossche, Consultant Upper & Lower GI Surgeon (email email@example.com).