Applications are invited for two Junior Clinical Fellows in General Medicine and Stroke. These are fixed term appointments based at Lister Hospital in Stevenage.
One post is full time and the other post is for 2 days per week. The posts are to start as soon as possible for 1 year in the Stroke department with a 1 in 5 weekend GIM on call on either a Saturday or Sunday.
the Stroke and General Medicine Ward (Barley). When based on the HASU, the appointee will be responsible for the care of patients who are being initially assessed and monitored for acute stroke symptoms, supported by the 3 stroke consultants and trust registrar.
The Stroke Ward provides care for patients who require ongoing therapy and medical intervention including rehabilitation and the appointee will continue to manage the care of these patients.
Other duties include the support of the consultants with the provision of stroke thrombolysis and the appointee will have a role in supporting the medical take, under registrar or consultant supervision, provided by the general medical physicians.
The appointee will be involved in seeing and assessing patients with acute medical conditions at all ages from 16 upwards.
Following the investment of £150 million in major new facilities at the Lister, along with a £30 million New QEII hospital built by the local clinical commissioning group, the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust has brought together all its specialist emergency and inpatient services at the Stevenage hospital.
Our state-of the-art clinical facilities include a major new Emergency Department, the Hertfordshire Cardiology Centre (which includes a 24 / 7 PPCI service), new scanning centre, McMillan chemotherapy unit, ward, endoscopy and theatre blocks.
Please ensure to supply the names and addresses of referees. This must cover a period of 3 years with no gaps, one of whom must be your current employer.
Closing date for completed applications : 2nd July 2018
Our aim is To deliver quality health care that is trusted and valued’ and our Trust values are PIVOTAL in helping us to achieve this aim.
We expect all our staff across the Trust to demonstrate, promote and encourage these values.
Our values are :
We strive for excellence and continuous IMPROVEMENT, taking personal responsibility for making things happen and achieving results -
We VALUE everybody, considering and showing respect for the opinions, circumstances and feelings of colleagues and members of the public -
We are OPEN and honest, ensuring that we communicate with tact, diplomacy and transparency, that information is accurate and that others feel able to ask questions -
We work as a TEAM, working effectively as a team member and developing strong working relationships to achieve common goals
Please note that vacancies may close prior to the advertised closing date in certain circumstances. Please ensure that you make your application as soon as possible.
We are an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all members of the community including people with disabilities.
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You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.