Clinical Fellow Emergency Medicine Department.
NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
Glasgow, Strathclyde, United Kingdom
13d ago

TO APPLY PLEASE ENSURE YOU ONLY DOWNLOAD, COMPLETE AND SUBMIT THE JOB PACK AVAILABLE FROM The Emergency Department of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH) is the most modern facility of its kind in the UK.

A purpose built state of the art Trauma and Medical Emergency Unit led by a team of passionate, dedicated medical and nursing staff delivering the highest possible standards of care.

The ED serves a mixed population with considerable health challenges and provides a full spectrum of Trauma and Non-Trauma Emergency Care.

The workload of the QUEH will be approximately 110,000 new adult patients per year with tertiary referrals for major trauma as well as head, spinal, maxillofacial and vascular injuries.

The hospital includes the regional centres for neurology and renal medicine. QEUH is the first hospital in Scotland to have a rooftop helipad suitable for air ambulance and Search and Rescue helicopters with dedicated high speed lift access to the ED.

The ED is staffed by 23 Emergency Medicine consultants working an extended shift pattern, 12 middle grade doctors providing 24-

hour cover and 24 junior medical staff. The department has a special interest in Trauma management and critical care and works closely with our colleagues in Intensive Care, Surgery, Orthopaedic Trauma and a full range of inpatient specialists.

A brand new imaging suite is adjacent to the ED with 2 CT scanners available for emergency work. The hospital also boasts a brand new lab building connected to the main hospital by a pneumatic pod system.

The QEUH ED brings together clinicians with a proven track record of innovation, excellence in teaching (Regional awards over last 4 years), research and audit.

There is a comprehensive package of induction training as well as twice weekly protected teaching throughout the year. As a Clinical Fellow you will work with the Research & Innovation faculty of the department to run and develop projects.

There will be protected time allocated for development of non clinical skills. This post would provide challenging and rewarding clinical experience for any doctor looking to improve their practice of Emergency Medicine or give a supportive, collegiate environment for those looking at a longer term position in a busy, modern ED.

If you would like to discuss this further or visit the department please Mr A Whitelaw Clinical Director / Consultant in Emergency Medicine or Dr S Ahmad Consultant in Emergency Medicine on / 2930.


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