Locum Consultant in Radiology
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
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Heart, Lung and Critical CareClinical Group
Locum Consultant Radiologist - 6 month post with the potential for a further 6 month extension
Location - Harefield Hospital
Applications are invited for the post of Locum Consultant in Radiology to join a successful and enthusiastic multi-disciplinary team providing the full range of diagnostic imaging procedures for our own patients and those of neighbouring hospitals. This is a post for a Locum Consultant in Radiology (whole-time) based at Harefield Hospital, which provides a 6 month locum cover replacing the responsibilities of an existing consultant who is on sabbatical, and also supports the delivery of the increasing service within all imaging modalities.
Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Paras Dalal, Cross-site Director of Radiology on tel: 01895 823828 , email: (email@example.com). Alternatively, you can contact, Medical Recruitment team on 020 7351 8688.
Main duties of the job
The principal role of this post is to provide clinical services in Radiology, working closely with 3 other radiology consultant colleagues.
The post holder will be responsible for delivery of high-quality clinical care for patients being seen through the imaging department.
A suitable post holder will engage in clinical research in imaging.
Applicants are required to be fully registered Medical Practitioners and must be on the GMC's Specialist Register or within six months of eligibility at the time of interview.
Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals are renowned for excellence in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with cardiothoracic disease and highly rated for research and teaching. Already the largest UK postgraduate specialist heart and lung centre with sites in Chelsea and Wimpole St, London and Harefield, Middlesex with Harefield Hospital being one of UK's largest heart and lung transplant centres. Our Heart, Lung and Critical Care Group within Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust expands our services to additional specialist Hospitals including St Thomas' and Guy's Hospitals, as well as community and other services.
We strive to develop our staff both personally and professionally to ensure that our patients get the first-class service that they deserve. Applicants should have demonstrated the ability to advance a service that is already internationally renowned. In addition to clinical service, you will contribute to research, teaching and audit and you will be eligible for honorary academic status at King's College or Imperial College London.
This is a replacement post for a Locum Consultant in Radiolgy (whole-time) based at Harefield Hospital site of the Trust.
The post holder will be responsible for delivery of high-quality clinical care for patients being seen through the Radiology department.
To provide clinical services in Radiology at Harefield Hospital.
To engage in clinical research in imaging at a level in keeping with the 5* research rating of Kings College London.
To supervise and deliver clinical and technical education in cardio-thoracic radiology, and to maintain the international teaching profile of the Trust.
The post holder will be expected to demonstrate commitment to training and research especially, but not exclusively in the field of imaging.
Qualifications / Training
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
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