Consultant in Orthogeriatrics
Role Description: This replacement substantive appointment forms part of a reconfiguration of services at HHFT which includes our acquisition of an onsite 17 bed rehabilitation facility. The appointee will work in partnership with a forward looking and enthusiastic Orthopaedic department. There will be no commitment to the general medical on call rota.
What we look for:
- An enthusiastic and friendly clinician
- Experience in general internal medicine / elderly medicine
- Willingness to work in a multidisciplinary team and develop our service
What we offer:
- A friendly and enthusiastic team who take pride in the care of patients
- This post will not form part of a general medical on call rota
- Your life outside HHFT is important and the Trust are happy to consider applications with flexible working patterns that cater to individual requirements (including part-time and job share); this can be discussed at interview
Who we are:
Our service aims to deliver gold standard care for fracture neck of femur and elderly trauma patients. The current reconfiguration of our services includes the acquisition of an onsite bespoke 17 bed rehabilitation facility. The appointee will join an orthogeriatric consultant team supported by clinical nurse specialists, a middle grade and junior doctors. We currently admit approximately 500 neck of femur patients per year.
We have an enthusiastic and engaged Orthopaedic Consultant team who will work alongside the appointee to help deliver best practice care.
About the trust:
The vision at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is to provide outstanding care for every patient. We serve a population of nearly 600,000 people across Hampshire and West Berkshire as well as some people who access our specialist services from across the country.
Created in January 2012 the Foundation Trust prioritises the provision of exceptional, compassionate, care delivered by the valued staff working in a culture of collaboration and mutual respect. HHFT employs circa 6,000 people and had a turnover of £382m in 17/18
Four core values (CARE) Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Encourage. These are in place to support of four clear objectives, provide outstanding care of patients, empowering all members of staff, sustainable growth and innovating for the future