Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust
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To work in all areas of the department on a rotational basis, working within set clinical protocols and IRMER regulations ensuring a high quality and efficient Radiographic Service. To ensure consistency of medical imaging quality and standards of patient care in a wide range of clinical environments as well as to a diverse range of patient presentations.
Main duties of the job
Please note - previous experience is an essential requirement for this role.
We are recognised in SWL as being a capable and fast expanding service, St Helier now have 3 CT scanners and 2 MRI scanners and Epsom have 2 CT scanners and 2 MRI scanners. We have new US and DEXA equipment for all age groups, and a fantastic Paediatric service at St Helier for x-ray and dental x-ray. We also have very successful Nuclear Medicine, Fluoroscopy and Interventional Radiology services.
We encourage applications from newly qualified Radiographers, more experienced radiographers and students about to qualify are also welcome to apply.
As a department we provide excellent opportunities for our staff to develop their career.Our department supports advanced practice where we have an established ultrasound training programme alongside radiographers trained in reporting CT, MRI, plain film and undertaking PICC line insertions. We are a teaching hospital and clinical placement centre for undergraduate students from Kingston University and all Radiographers are expected to contribute to the training of students.
There is a 24-hour Accident & Emergency (A&E) department at both St Helier and Epsom sites. You will be required to take part in the out of hours on-call service and extended days evenings and weekends to ensure we provide consistent care to our patients through 7 day working.Interview Date: TBC
Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust provides a range of medical services to approximately 490,000 people living across southwest London and northeast Surrey. In addition, we provide more specialist services, in particular renal and neonatal intensive care, to a wider area, covering parts of Sussex and Hampshire.
We serve an area that is rich in diversity, with a mix of urban and rural areas, and differing levels of quality of life. We cover some of the most prosperous postcodes in the country, as well as some poorer areas. Together with our colleagues at NHS Surrey and NHS Sutton and Merton, we work to make sure that we deliver the best possible care to the communities we serve.
The Trust employs approximately 5,000 staff across its hospitals and is supported by over 500 volunteers.
Please see the attached supporting job description and person specification document which contains more information about the role and requirements. Please ensure your application refers to the job description and person specification.
The recruiting team reserve the right to close this advertisement early once applications reach maximum limit.
Qualification and Training
Knowledge and Skills
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