Resident Doctor-Critical Care ST3+

  • Job Reference: CA09PERM
  • Date Posted: 7 September 2023
  • Recruiter: A&E Agency
  • Location: London
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Accident & emergency, Anaesthetics, A&E Agency careers, Critical Care/ICU
  • Job Type: Contract, Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Imogen Khan
  • Email:

Job Description

Are you a dedicated Doctor with expertise in Critical Care/Anaesthesia? An exciting career awaits you with one of the UK’s largest private healthcare providers.

As a doctor specialising in Critical Care/Anaesthesia, you'll partner with private consultants, learn from specialist nurses, and play a pivotal role in critical care pathways under esteemed consultants' guidance. As a Resident Doctor in our Consultant-Led organization, you'll oversee medical care from admission to discharge, manage inpatient care, conduct daily ward rounds, and respond to emergencies independently. Your duties also include performing vital medical procedures as directed by the lead consultant, collaborating with the ward Multidisciplinary Team (MDT), and participating in audits and ongoing training for continuous improvement in patient care.

Essential Requirements:

  •  Hold an MBBS Medical Qualification
  •  GMC Registration
  •  Possess a Post-graduate Qualification (FRCA/FICM/MRCEM/MRCP is Advantageous)
  •  Trained in NHS Intensive Care Medicine or Anaesthesia at ST3 Level or Higher
  •  Maintain a Current ALS Certificate

Unlock Your Full Potential:

  • Enjoy a Dedicated Study Budget for Specialized Courses
  • Secure Grants and Sponsorship for Research Projects
  • Competitive Salary
  • Substantive, Salaried Contract - Minimum 2-Year Commitment
  • Flexible Shifts - Choose Between 1 x 24-Hour or 2 x 12-Hour Shifts per Week



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