FAMUS Ultrasound Clinical Fellow
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
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FAMUS Ultrasound Clinical Fellow
Surrey & Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust are seeking to appoint 1 FAMUS Ultrasound Clinical Fellow post with of middle grade level (ST3+ level or above) to join our Acute Medical team to replace clinical fellows who successfully secured Higher Specialist training jobs. The post-holders will join the well-established Department of Acute Medicine for one year, with a unique opportunity to become accredited in bedside ultrasound techniques during your appointment.
We are looking for applicants with experience in acute and/or general internal medicine who also have excellent team-working skills with the abilities and professional skills to work well in a multi-professional team. The posts would ideally suit a post-CMT level doctor who wishes to gain further experience and skills before considering their next career move, or a registrar grade clinician who is keen to learn how to integrate ultrasound assessment within the management of the acutely unwell adult patient. Each post holder will have a supervisor and encouraged to enrol onto a generic E-Portfolio, both HORUS and the RCP have this option.
Main duties of the job
For further information, please see the attached trust job description and person specification for a full list of duties and responsibilities
We provide emergency and non-emergency services to the residents of East Surrey, North-East West Sussex, and South Croydon, including the major towns of Crawley, Horsham, Reigate and Redhill; a community of over 535,000 people. We provide acute and complex services and a range of outpatient, diagnostic services whilst Crawley Hospital and Horsham in West Sussex and Caterham Dene Hospital and Oxted Health Centre in Surrey provide less complex planned services. In 2019 the Care Quality Commission (CQC) rated our services as 'Outstanding' and we are one of the best performing Trusts in England:
Winners of Health Service Journal Acute Trust of the year award 2021
National Patient Safety Awards winner and strive to be a beacon for safety in all that we doWe are in the top 20% nationally for staff recommending the Trust as a place to work or receive treatment
Our staff rate us the best in the country among comparable acute trusts when asked if they would recommend the Trust as a place to work and when asked whether care of patients is the organisation's top priority
Our workforce are amongst the most motivated in the country; we achieved the top acute hospital score in the country for staff engagement in the last national staff survey
Once you understand the requirements outlined in the advert, please ensure your application accurately reflects where you match them. For further information regarding the role please read the attached Job Description and Person Specification.
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