RAIGMORE HOSPITAL – MULTIPLE SPECIALTIES
£40,995 - £54,235 per annum pro rata
Banding Supplement Included
We are seeking to recruit a number of Clinical fellow vacancies within General Medicine based at Raigmore Hospital, Inverness, these posts are fixed term for 6 & 12 months from February 2024, full time with a Banding supplement where appropriate.
You will work across acute medicine and your interested specialist ward at junior middle grade level. You will have the opportunity to manage a range of acute medical problems and to develop your clinical leadership within these areas. You will have the opportunity to develop clinical skills aligned with acute medicine and to practice them regularly. You will be expected to manage patients as a senior decision maker under the guidance of a consultant physician. There is also the opportunity to participate in a range of speciality outpatient clinics.
In addition to clinical management we would expect you to develop other roles in the department, such as quality improvement or service development.
Raigmore Hospital, Inverness is a modern approx. 454 bed hospital, and is the main referral centre for the Highlands of Scotland - a wonderful area in which to live and work, with exceptional outdoor recreational opportunities. It serves a population of approximately 300,000 distributed over a very large area, which poses particularly interesting challenges in the delivery of health care. The hospital is equipped to an extremely high standard, with full diagnostic facilities, a modern Postgraduate Centre and excellent library facilities.
Dr Grant Franklin, Clinical Lead for Acute Medicine 01463 706321, email@example.com or Dr Will Rutherford, Consultant Physician 01463 706321 firstname.lastname@example.org). Dr D Scott, Consultant Physician in Acute medicine email@example.com 01463 706321
Job reference: 172537
Closing date: Midnight Sunday 10th December 2023
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