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Clinical Fellow in Regional Anaesthesia

Employer
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Camberley
Salary
£55,329 to £63,152 a year Allowances will be as per work schedule
Closing date
27 Apr 2024

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Profession
Specialist doctor, Anaesthesia
Grade
Fellow
Hours
Full Time
Setting
Hospital

The Fellowship is aimed at senior trainees who are in possession of the FRCA (or equivalent) or CCT holders seeking specialised training in regional anaesthesia. The Fellowship can be adapted to support the Fellow in developing specific interests. The post is for 6-12 months commencing August 2024. The achievements of the previous Fellows include research, international level presentations, teaching, audit, introduction of new services, and excellent logbook block numbers.

Candidates must have previous experience of working as an anaesthetist in UK in addition to full GMC registration.

Main duties of the job

The exact timetable will be tailored to comply with the Fellow's specific interests. The Fellow will take part in the junior on call rota, providing on call for the intensive care unit, theatres or obstetrics as required by the department.

The achievements of the previous Fellows include research, international level presentations, teaching, audit, introduction of new services, and excellent logbook block numbers.

About us

Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest acute Trusts in the South East and is renowned for its excellent clinical care and friendly atmosphere. Frimley Park Hospital has a large anaesthetic department (54 consultant anaesthetists and 6 SAS doctors) and one of the largest trauma and orthopaedic departments in South East England.

A new elective surgical hub based at Heatherwood Hospital in Ascot has recently been opened. Peripheral regional anaesthesia is practised widely for orthopaedic procedures, including awake hand and shoulder surgery.

Ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia is also performed for other surgical specialities including vascular, breast and colorectal. Regional anaesthesia ambulatory pathways for breast surgery and joint arthroplasty have recently been established resulting in the successful discharge of a patient within 24 hours after a total knee replacement. Frimley has a dynamic acute pain team with established pathways for management of patients with fractured ribs or lower limb amputation.

Job description
Job responsibilities

For more details, please contact Dr Deepa Jadhav (the Fellowship Supervisor, deepa.jadhav@nhs.net). The previous or current fellows may also be contacted via Dr Jadhav to discuss block numbers and achievements of the post.

Person Specification
Educational Qualifications
Essential

  • Full GMC registration
  • Primary FRCA or equivalent

Desirable

  • MRCP, FRCA or equivalent
  • CCT

Teaching, Training/Education
Essential

  • Experience of Undergraduate and Postgraduate teaching

Audit and Clinical Governance
Essential

  • Evidence of understanding of Clinical Governance
  • Evidence of participation in Clinical Audit

Clinical Experience and Skills
Essential

  • Previous experience of working as an anaesthetist in UK
  • Competent to deliver general anaesthesia safely to adults
  • Competent in obstetric anaesthesia
  • Able to provide on-call cover for intensive care medicine

Desirable

  • Previous clinical experience in regional anaesthesia

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