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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 24/02/2020.

Consultant in Anaesthesia: General Anaesthesia

Job Reference: 156-MS-3032

Employer:
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
Department:
Anaesthetics, Critical Care and Theatres
Location:
Truro
Salary:
£79,860 to £107,668 pa

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Please read the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Applicant Information Pack document in the 'Further Links' section before applying for this position. This pack will provide you with all the details you need on how to make your application and what happens next. You can also view our Total Reward Package Information for details on our colleague benefits.


Consultant in Anaesthesia – General Anaesthesia

Applications are invited for the NEW post(s) of Consultant Anaesthetist at the Royal Cornwall Hospital Truro. Details of other posts available are at the end of this advert

The Royal Cornwall Hospital is situated in the City of Truro. We have a broad range of elective services, with a diverse emergency workload, in arguably the best place to live and practice medicine in the UK.

The Hospital is a major District General Hospital, a major trauma unit, a vascular centre, with comprehensive cancer services, providing over 30000 anaesthetics per year, and over 4000 births, with over 750 beds. We have 27 operating theatres and anaesthesia delivery areas and 18 critical care beds. We operate to a budget of £430 million, with approximately 6000 staff.

We are looking for Consultants in Anaesthesia with a broad range of skills to become an active member of a flexible team of 50 consultants and 5 SAS anaesthetists at a particularly exciting time for anaesthetic expansion, peri-operative medicine, orthopaedic and major trauma development in Cornwall.

The Royal Cornwall Hospital is notable for its excellent national database surgical outcomes across several specialties; leaders in GI surgery and innovation in orthopaedic delivery, with outstanding interventional radiology. RADAR – a bespoke state of the art real time clinical and operational data analysis system underpins this success. Environmental Sustainability is core to our strategy, including novel volatile anaesthetic recycling.

Particular experience in pre-assessment and peri-operative medicine and expertise or desire to develop CPET and/or peri-operative echocardiography as well as orthopaedic and regional anaesthesia, and experience of major trauma care, would be most attractive. Obstetric experience at consultant level is also a separate post requirement. Wider skills in audit and governance, and management and leadership would be particularly desirable.

Each job plan within the department is designed to deliver a balanced opportunity to enable professional and relationship development, to ensure quality anaesthetic provision and successful revalidation. Opportunities exist for all consultants within the fields of teaching, academia, research, education and management and leadership. We endeavour to introduce all colleagues to these areas to ensure a collaborative and cohesive department.

We are committed to balance well-being and professional interest throughout a career in Anaesthesia at the Royal Cornwall Hospital. We are delighted to offer an interesting yet life-style compatible 1:26 general anaesthesia night-time on call and a consultant delivered CEPOD and TRAUMA service with excellent national outcomes.

For more information one the posts listed below please enter the following Job reference Numbers: 156-MS-3033 Obstetric Interest; 156-MS-3041 Major Trauma Interest; 156-MS-3035 Orthopaedic Interest; 156-MS-3037 Pain Management

For further details / informal visits contact:

Dr Gary Matthews, Specialty Director Anaesthesia, gary.matthews2@nhs.net ; Dr Ben Warrick, Consultant Anaesthetist & Trust Lead Major Trauma, benwarrick@nhs.net; Dr Helen King, Consultant Anaaethetist & Lead Obstetric Anaesthesia, helen.king33@nhs.net

Royal Cornwall Hospital in an Equal Opportunities Employer




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