About the Trust
North East Yorkshire Healthcare NHS Trust was established in April 1992. York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is a research active Trust and is committed to embedding clinical research into every practice. As a Trust we recruit approximately 4000 patients a year into clinical trials and there is currently research active at Scarborough Hospital in over 15 areas with 8 Research Nurses supporting activity.
The Yorkshire Coast area is a welcoming and scenic place to live and work. Highlights including the North York Moors National Park, picturesque seaside towns and the historic city of York. Transport links to London and the South East, and North East England and Scotland are good with York being on the East Coast mainline and close to major trunk roads. There is also easy access to Leeds and West Yorkshire by road and train
The successful candidate will join an enthusiastic team of 12 cardiologists delivering services to York and Scarborough Hospitals and surrounding areas amounting to a population of approximately 800,000 and covering an area of 3,400 square miles.
York Foundation Trust has a large Cardiology Department providing acute inpatient, outpatient and diagnostic services at York and Scarborough Hospitals, and outpatient clinics at Selby, Bridling ton, and Melton.
We are entering an exciting period of change and innovation within the Trust with York Hospital delivering a new Complex Device Service and approval obtained for a second Catheterisation Lab at York.
There is flexibility for applicants interested in working in a cross-site post. Whole-time, part-time or job-share applications are welcomed. We are looking for friendly, enthusiastic and dynamic individuals who will work well within the team to develop inpatient and outpatient services and in particular our non-invasive imaging service.
- MRCP or FRCP
- Entry on GMC specialist register or within 6 months of CCT date or within 12 months of expected CESR approval