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GP Practitioner

Employer
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Lytham St Annes,
Salary
£68,975 to £104,085 a year PA Pro Rata
Closing date
2 Jul 2024

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Profession
GP
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Are you a passionate GP looking for a dynamic role at the fore front of innovation? Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust's IMEC Division is leading an exciting transformation at Clifton Hospital, and we're searching for a visionary GP to play a key part.

In this exciting role, you'll: Be a key architect in redesigning Clifton's care models, putting patient experience and well-being at the heart of everything we do. Champion collaboration within IMEC, fostering a seamless patient journey across primary and secondary care. Help define Clifton Hospital's unique identity within the division, building on its existing strengths and embracing IMEC's innovative spirit. Work with a forward-thinking team at Clifton Hospital, known for its collaborative and supportive environment. If you're a GP who thrives on a challenge, is passionate about making a real difference, then we want to hear from you! Blackpool Teaching Hospitals offers a supportive and stimulating environment, a strong leadership team, and a commitment to innovation. Join us and be part of something truly special. This is a fantastic opportunity for a GP leader who wants to make areal impact.

Main duties of the job

The post holder will work predominately at Clifton Hospital where there is a strong focus on multi-disciplinary teamwork. The post holder will receive leadership support from the Divisional Team.

  1. Support the progression of patient pathways in line with the Clifton Transformation Model.
  2. . Provide medical review to include assessment and management of the deteriorating patient.
  3. Participate in regular MDT board rounds to review patient care and progress towards discharge.
  4. To support the screening / review of referred patients from varying clinical services including repatriations from external Trusts.5. The post holder will be required to maintain their knowledge and skills with utilisation of relevant e-portfolio. Study leave provision will be available.6. To participate in training of advanced clinical practitioners and medicalundergraduates.7. To contribute towards mortality review processes, clinical audit and clinical governance & educational meetings.9. The successful candidate will form part of the weekend on-call rota(combination of resident and non-resident) with other speciality doctors. Prospective cover will be required at times to meet the needs of theservice.10. The post holder will share with colleagues and other intermediate level staff in dictation of documentation in respect of patients, where appropriate, in addition to general administrative duties as part of their role.

About us

We're thrilled you're considering joining our team and making real difference in the lives of our patients.

Within Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Clifton Hospital plays a vital role in providing exceptional care for our older population. Clifton Hospital is dedicated to fostering well-being, independence, and a high quality of life for our senior patients.

Clifton Hospital excels in its rehabilitation services. Our team works diligently to help patients regain their independence after an illness or injury. Clifton Hospital has strong links with community services, allowing for a smooth transition back to familiar surroundings after discharge.

By joining our Integrated Medicine and Emergency Care Division at Clifton Hospital, you'll become a leader in shaping the future of care. This is your chance to make a lasting impact and be part of something special.

Job description
Job responsibilities

The post holder will work predominately at Clifton Hospital where there is a strong focus on multi-disciplinary teamwork. The post holder will receive leadership support from the Divisional Team and will deliver a wide range of clinical care in managing patients in a community hospital setting. There is also a requirement of weekend oncall provision.

  1. Support the progression of patient pathways in line with the Clifton Transformation Model.
  2. . Provide medical review to include assessment and management of the deteriorating patient.
  3. Participate in regular MDT < board rounds= to review patient care and progress towards discharge.
  4. To support the screening / review of referred patients from varying clinical services including repatriations from external Trusts.5. The post holder will be required to maintain their knowledge and skills with utilisation of relevant e-portfolio. Study leave provision will be available.6. To participate in training of advanced clinical practitioners and medicalundergraduates.7. To contribute towards mortality review processes, clinical audit and clinical governance & educational meetings.8. The post holder will be expected to participate in an annual appraisal & job plan review with an allocated Consultant.9. The successful candidate will form part of the weekend on-call rota(combination of resident and non-resident) with other speciality doctors. Prospective cover will be required at times to meet the needs of theservice.10. The post holder will share with colleagues and other intermediate level staff in dictation of documentation in respect of patients, where appropriate, in addition to general administrative duties as part of their role.

Person Specification
Education & Qualifications
Essential

  • Full and current unrestricted GMC(UK) registration on the GP register. Successful completion of General Practice Specialist Training
  • Broad exposure to general and geriatric medicine in the UK

Desirable

  • Formal qualification in medical education
  • Experience in service development and improvement

Experience and Knowledge
Essential

  • Experience teaching undergraduates, postgraduates and allied health professionals

Desirable

  • previous experience of working in the NHS/experience of NHS working practices and systems

Skills & Ability
Essential

  • Enthusiasm and commitment to the speciality
  • Skills in team leadership and being a productive team member. Excellent organisational and time management skills.

Desirable

  • Active participation in British Geriatric Society activities

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