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Clinical Fellow F2 & ST1/2 in Emergency Medicine

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
£37,303 to £43,923 Per annum
Closing date
17 Oct 2023

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Applications are invited for a Clinical Fellow Foundation Year 2/ST2 Doctor in Emergency Medicine to start in August. This post is for 12 months.

The post holder will beWorking in full time rota (40 hours per week) which varies according to 18 week repeated set pattern. One in 3 weekend.

Assessing patients in the emergency department, ordering relevant investigations and managing acute conditions. Your work will be supervised by senior colleagues. You will be working in various areas of the emergency department including Resus, Majors, Paediatrics ED, observation ward and a step down area.

Brief summary of role:

As a Trust, we place high importance on staff wellbeing, you will be offered a wide variety of support to help you maintain your wellbeing and to help colleagues maintain theirs. The Trusts Health and Wellbeing team has won a National Award during 2020 for the work they have done locally.

Department overview

ED team is a big team consists of 16 Consultants 10 registrars, 27 SHOs of various training levels and 3 Advanced care practitioners.

We are a large department and see a huge number of patients everyday which is up to 250 -300/day

There is a consultant cover from 8am till 10pm everyday. We work in a healthy environment and we look after each others physical and mental well being.
Main duties of the job

  1. To be part of the ED Team at the Great Western Hospital.
  2. To participate in supervised Consultant led new and follow-up outpatient clinics.
  3. To provide in-patient services to some patients on observation ward and step down area.
  4. To participate in MDT meetings on a weekly basis.
  5. To participate in the general medicine on call rota [including out of hours]
  6. Participation in clinical audits.
  7. To contribute to undergraduate/post-graduate and continuing medical education activity.
  8. Conducting suitable duties in cases of emergencies and unforeseen circumstances.
  9. Taking part in teaching and quality improvement projects.
About us

Our STAR values are at the heart of everything we do. You can expect to see them in the way we act and the way we treat each other. Our values make us who we are. We will expect your values and behaviours to reflect the STAR Values of the organisation:

ServiceWe will put our patients first

TeamworkWe will work together

Ambition We will aspire to provide the best service

RespectWe will act with integrity

Job description
Job responsibilities

All staff in each Directorate are managerially accountable through their Lead Clinician and to the Associate Medical Director, who has overall responsibility for the services within the Directorate. Clinical Fellow F2/ST1 level doctors are key members of the Directorate team and are accountable and responsible for following the changes to service that will improve the patient experience set out by senior members of the team.
  1. To support and supervise junior colleagues as appropriate.
  2. To contribute to the leadership and development under the direction of the Lead Clinician and Associate Medical Director and in line with the Trusts business plans.
  3. The post holder will ensure effective communication and involvement of staff across the Directorate including support to the Divisional Director to achieve their objectives.
  4. Work in partnership with colleagues in other Directorates within the Trust.
  5. Work within the Trusts framework for Clinical Governance and Risk, including the development of clinical policies and adherence to standing orders, standing financial instructions and financial procedures.

In addition, the post holder will be expected to support the academic development of junior colleagues and undergraduates

Further details can be found on the attached job description

Person Specification
  • Fully registered with the GMC
  • Completion of F1 or equivalent
  • Clinical training/experience equivalent to F2 trainees or above
  • Experience in emergency conditions
  • Interest in leading multi-professional education
  • Ability to work in a multidisciplinary team
  • Demonstrable ability to manage priorities

Employer details
Employer name

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Great Western Hospital

Marlborough Road



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