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Consultant in Emergency Medicine

Mercy University Hospital
Cork, (IE)
Closing date
4 Jun 2024

Job Details

Mercy University Hospital, Cork is a Catholic Voluntary Hospital founded in 1857 by the Sisters of Mercy.  It is a centre of National and International excellence, renowned for its research and tertiary services and is a teaching hospital of University College Cork. The Mercy University Hospital provides specialist in-patient, day-patient out-patient services and accident and 24/7 emergency services in the centre of Cork City.

We are currently looking for candidates to fill the following position(s):

Consultant in Emergency Medicine – 30 hours per week Mercy University Hospital, Cork and 7 hours per week Cork University Hospital – Permanent (Under the Governance of Mercy University Hospital Cork CLG.)

This is an appointment to the South / South West Hospitals Group on a Public Only Consultants’ Contract 2023 by the Health Service Executive. This post may be subject to restructuring in the future to facilitate the reorganisation of acute services in line with new clinical models of acute and community services. It is noted that the post must be congruent with the requirements of, and facilitate implementation of, the HSE’s National Clinical Programmes including commitment to deliver the relevant per-formance outcomes.
Eligibility Criteria

Professional Qualifications

Registration as a specialist in the Specialist Division of the Register of Medical Practi-tioners maintained by the Medical Council in Ireland in the specialty of Emergency Medicine.

For more information, please contact Ms Fiona Lynch, Medical Manpower Manager, Mercy University Hospital, Cork by clicking the Apply button.

Closing date for applications is 12pm Friday 4th of June 2024. On your CV please provide details of the names, telephone numbers and email addresses of four referees.


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