St. George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is the regional specialist care provider for south west London, Surrey and beyond. The trust provides a high quality, comprehensive range of health services from leading edge tertiary and trauma care to community services.
With national and regional referrals added to our local 3.5m catchment, we serve a population of around 5m.
Co-located with St George’s, University of London and with both organisations now in a formal strategic alliance with King’s Health Partners, the trust delivers with its partners high quality research and education both of which contribute to the healthcare provision of tomorrow.
Acute and tertiary health services are delivered from over 1,000 beds across two sites, by around 8,000 staff.
St. George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is a major acute hospital that offers very specialist care for complex injuries and illnesses, including trauma, neurology, cardiac care, renal transplantation, cancer care and stroke. It has a helipad which opened in spring 2014 and the work of its emergency department can currently be seen on Channel 4’s ‘24 Hours in A&E’ programme. The hospital also provides all the usual care you would expect from a local NHS district general hospital.
We also provide services at Queen Mary’s Hospital in Roehampton. These include outpatient rapid diagnostic and treatment facilities, a minor injuries unit, limb fitting services and 70 elderly, intermediate care and rehabilitation beds.
As well as hospital services, we provide a wide variety of specialist, maternity and community services to children, adults, older people and people with learning disabilities. These services are provided from St John’s Therapy Centre, 11 health centres and clinics, schools, nursing homes and people’s own homes. The trust also manages the healthcare service at HMP Wandsworth.
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Locum Consultant in Cardio-thoracic Intensive Care Medicine
Due to the expansion of the Cardio-thoracic Intensive Care Unit, applications are invited to apply for a Locum Consultant post in Cardio-thoracic Intensive Care Medicine at St George’s Hospital. Applicants are expected to have significant experience in cardio-thoracic intensive care. The successful applicant will join a team of 10 existing consultants. The cardiothoracic intensive care unit will be expanding from 18 to 21 beds. Our CTITU admits patients after cardiothoracic surgery and also supports cardiology and vascular surgery.
In addition to holding full GMC registration the successful candidate should have specialist registration in Intensive Care Medicine, CCT (or within six months at the time of the interview) or equivalent certification or qualification. A minimum of six months of experience in cardio-thoracic intensive care medicine is expected. Competence in trans-oesophageal and/or trans-thoracic echocardiography is desirable. This post primarily has sessions in intensive care medicine; however, the successful candidate may negotiate sessions in associated specialities such as cardio-thoracic or vascular anaesthesia. This post will be available from 1 May 2017.
For further information please contact Dr Frank Schroeder, Care Group Lead for CTICU, (Frank.Schroeder@stgeorges.nhs.uk)
Salary and Terms and Conditions for Consultants apply.
We regret that we are unable to contact applicants who are not selected for an interview, therefore if you do not hear from us within two weeks after the closing date, please assume you have not been successful on this occasion.
Short-listing details and interview arrangements will be communicated via email; please ensure you check your email account regularly following the closing date.
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.
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