Consultant (Stroke) Physician

  • Job Reference: CA12-Perm (Arinder)
  • Date Posted: 8 November 2023
  • Recruiter: A&E Agency
  • Location: North West
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Medicine > Stroke, A&E Agency careers
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Arinder Cheema
  • Email:

Job Description

Embark on an enticing career opportunity with A&E Agency in the North West of England, nestled just south of the stunning Lake District National Park. We are actively seeking a committed Physician Consultant (Stroke) to join our team in a full-time permanent role.

As a member of the Care of the Elderly and Stroke Team, the post holder will play a vital role in delivering a high-quality service, including the attainment of emergency access targets and other relevant quality standards.

Excellent communication with GPs and the multidisciplinary team is expected, and active involvement in clinical audits and other clinical governance responsibilities is also part of the role. Currently, there is a 1 in 11 on-call rotation for general medicine.

New consultants are encouraged to take advantage of mentoring opportunities provided by the trust, facilitated through the Clinical Director. The Physician Consultant (Stroke) will undergo annual appraisals, which will include a 360-degree assessment and patient satisfaction surveys.

If you are a registered GMC professional with relevant experience and a strong commitment to providing top-notch patient care, we invite you to become a part of our team.

A&E Agency specialises in connecting outstanding medical professionals with exceptional healthcare opportunities.

If you are currently seeking a position as a Physician Consultant (Stroke), please submit your application below or get in touch with us at

If this opportunity doesn't align with your career goals, you also have the option to refer another candidate to us and benefit from our referral program.


Please note that we are unable to support or accept applications from candidates residing within the Red or Amber list of the Code of Practice for the international recruitment of health and social care personnel in England, as determined by the World Health Organization (WHO) Workforce Support and Safeguard List.