Locum Consultant Emergency Medicine

  • Job Reference: 266
  • Date Posted: 1 October 2019
  • Recruiter: A&E Agency
  • Location: North Yorkshire
  • Salary: £79,860 to £107,170
  • Sector: Accident & emergency
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Shaq Ahmad
  • Email: Shaq.Ahmad@accident-emergency.co.uk
  • Telephone: 02035305111

Job Description

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. 

Job Description

You will be part of the creation of a really exciting Acute and Emergency service, working within a forward thinking and motivated team with ED attendances of approximately 150 per day.

You will have the opportunity to:

• Work within a forward thinking and motivated team

• Help shape our future integrated Acute Medical Model

• Provide support and training to the multi-disciplinary team

• Be supported to develop your special interests

• Earn an attractive salary with recruitment and retention premium

The Emergency Department at our Trust has seen a great deal of investment and support in the last few years and is to benefit from a £40 million share of funding, following a successful bid by the Trust for capital investment as part of the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership. The funding will enable the creation of a Combined Emergency Assessment Unit within the next 5 years.

Our emergency department hosts higher medical trainees, ACCS trainees, GP trainees and Foundation Year 2 trainees, trainee and trained Advanced Care Practitioners and supports a CESR completion route for Specialty Doctors. York Trust hosts undergraduate medical students from the Hull York Medical School and has a very active postgraduate centre with extensive newly-built facilities which includes simulation facilities.

 

Skills Required

  • MCEM/MRCEM
  • Minimum 6 month UK experience at Consultant level - Essential
  • Can support CESR