Primary Care Clinical Director - Quality Improvement
Clinical Director – Primary Care Quality Improvement and Clinical Innovation
We wish to recruit exceptional clinical leaders with professional stature to support our medical leadership in Primary Care.
We can offer you a unique learning environment where you can make a real difference. This is because we are one of the largest NHS organisation in the United Kingdom with integrated Public Health, Primary Community, Mental Health and Secondary Care, serving a population of 600,000 in South East Wales. There are over 1000 hospital and general practice doctors, 6000 nurses, midwives, allied professionals and community workers. You will have opportunities to collaborate with wide range of internal and external teams and individuals and where you will be recognised for the contribution you make.
We are seeking an exceptional Primary Care Clinical Director to join our Primary Care & Community Services Team who can maximise these unique opportunities and who have already demonstrated the ability to deliver sustainable safe and effective primary care. As a key member of the Divisional Management Team, you will work closely with the Deputy Medical Director, Primary Care, Divisional Director, Divisional General Manager, senior managers and clinicians, including independent contractors, contributing to the management, development and service improvement agenda.
To join our team you will already have current GMC registration, with a higher qualification in a medical speciality or General Practice and significant experience at GP or Consultant level. As part of your toolkit, you will have knowledge and understanding of wider political and social drivers that influence service delivery within the NHS and an understanding of the Modernisation Agenda.
You will support the continuing maturity of Neighbourhood Care Networks in the planning and delivery of sustainable, safe and effective services by working closely between primary and secondary care, Local Authorities and the Voluntary Sector.
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Those wishing to discuss the post informally in the first instance or arrange a visit to the department should contact Dr Liam Taylor, Deputy Medical Director, 01495 241286.
This position involves Regulated Activity with children and adults as defined by the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act (amended by the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012) and the following checks will be undertaken following any conditional offer:
- Enhanced check with barred list information, including
- Candidates for Consultant posts must also be on the GMC Specialist Register (including via CESR/European Community Rights) or will have a CCT/CESR(CP) date within 6 months of interview.
- Applicants must hold or be eligible to hold full registration and a licence to practice with the GMC/GDC.
- - an adults and children’s barred list check
This post is not included on the current UK Shortage Occupation List and is subject to the rules outlined in the attachment ‘Resident Labour Market Test Guidance’.
Closing Date for Applications: Midnight on 09th July 2019
For further details / informal visits contact:
For informal discussion regarding these roles, please contact Dr Liam Taylor, Deputy Medical Director firstname.lastname@example.org on 01495 241286.
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